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By: Karl Dubost
A long overdue Open Web Platform weekly summary, check also Anne's blog post about http+aes and control Referer as well as the new API canvas features. HTML5 There is a joint meeting in the Silicon Valley (California) on May 1-4,...
By: Jeff Jaffe
I've now been with W3C for almost three months. My first priority was to meet with the global stakeholders of the organization. I began with W3C membership. Through meetings, phone calls, technical conferences, and informal sessions I've met upwards of...
By: Ian Jacobs
From time to time I hear people refer to Tim Berners-Lee as a "benevolent dictator." In most cases they utter the phrase through a smile, but I find the phrase distasteful. It is also inaccurate. The W3C process has evolved...
By: Dan Connolly
In the first meeting of the W3C Technical Architecture Group (TAG), when we introduced ourselves to each other, I said I wanted to be able to use bookmarks in my bank web site. Over the next three years, we boiled...