This is the 19-26 September 2014edition of a “weekly digest of W3C news and trends” that I prepare for the W3C Membership and public-w3c-digest mailing list (publicly archived). This digest aggregates information about W3C and W3C technology from online media —a snapshot of how W3C and its work is perceived in online media.
W3C and HTML5 related Twitter trends
[What was tweeted frequently, or caught my attention. Most recentfirst]
65) W3C Webizen: You belong to the Web community and wish your voice were heard at @w3c? Now is the right time to take that survey
35) Ilya Grigorik: News from W3C webperf-landia […] Beacon, NetInfo, ErrorLogging, and Resource Hints!
20) W3C training: FREE Mobile Web Apps course sponsored by INTEL XDK
40) Mynavi: 「HTML5勧告案」登場、W3C(W3C published HTML5 draft recommendation)
50) Huff Post Tech: Opera Sees HTML5 As Cure For Video Fragmentation (video)
290) HTML5: Native Netflix support coming to Linux thanks to their move from Silverlight to HTML5
640) WaPost: World Wide Web inventor slams Internet fast lanes: ‘It’s bribery.’
Open Web & net neutrality
- TechCrunch(22 September), The FCC Hasn’t Decided How It Will Enforce Net Neutrality
- NPR(17 September), 3.7 Million Comments Later, Here’s Where Net Neutrality Stands
- EasyBib(17 September), How Often Do Students Use the Open Web for Research? Here’s What We Found.
W3C in the Press (or blogs)
7articles since the last Digest; a selection follows. You may read all articles in our Press Clippingspage.
- The Inquirer(22 September), Ubuntu Linux users might be able to stream Netflix soon
- Geeky Gadgets(22 September), Netflix Linux Native Playback Support Arriving Very Soon Via HTML5
- Huff Post Tech(19 September), (VIDEO) Opera Sees HTML5 As Cure For Video Fragmentation
- The Washington Post(19 September), World Wide Web inventor slams Internet fast lanes: ‘It’s bribery.’