This is the 14-21 November 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]
527) HTML5: HTML5’s “Dirty Little Secret”: It’s Already Everywhere, Even In Mobile
177) Michael Mahemoff: Chrome’s new HTML5 features in past 12 months #chromedevsummit
16) Spec: ServiceWorkers now a W3C draft – let’s make that happen, we do need it.
19) Accessibility: W3C Brazil and the State Public Ministry of São Paulo disclose Booklet Web #Accessibility
19) HTML5: HTML5 is a W3C recommendation, here are 5 now-obsolete features in HTML5
- Mashable(21 November), There won’t be a net neutrality decision this year
- Gigaom(20 November), Net neutrality looks doomed in Europe before it even gets started
W3C in the Press (or blogs)
8articles since the last Digest; a selection follows. You may read all articles in our Press Clippingspage.
- The New Yorker(20 November), The Group That Rules the Web
- Heise online(18 November), H.264 ind VP8: IETF findet Codec-Kompromiss für Videotelefonie im Web(H.264 and VP8: IETF takes compromise codec for video telephony on the web)
- Christian Science Monitor(16 November), Possibility unbound: 25 years of progress for those with disability
- Ars Technica(15 November), Microsoft builds a Skype Web client… for at least one version of the Web