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Google has just announced the accepted projects for the Summer of Code 2013. W3C was granted four slots. First of all, I'd like to thank all the students who participated as well as the mentors, particularly Manu Sporny who...
Last week, at the WWW2013 conference in Rio de Janeiro, I gave the HTML5 tutorial within W3C's tutorial track. I met one of my online students who told me how good the course was. That made my day, believe...
Getting agreements is hard (some thoughts on Matthew Butterick’s “The Bomb in the Garden” talk at TYPO San Francisco)
Getting agreements among implementors about browser-technologies is hard. There’s no magic to make the process of reaching agreements quick, easy, and painless. People disagree. Organizations disagree. The task of us all getting together to work on overcoming our disagreements about details of new browser technologies is time-consuming, often very frustrating, and almost never easy.
This is our weekly Openweb Platform Summary from March 18, 2013 to March 24, 2013. You can read again the last week blog post. Your comments are helpful.