Tag Archives: W3C

Open Web Platform Weekly Summary – 2011-04-04 – 2011-04-10

Shelley Powers, like me, published a late weekly. We are totally in synchronization in covering the Open Web Platform weekly news from HTML5 and broader topics. That said it was again quite active not only on the HTML WG mailing list but also on the Web apps WG mailing list. W3C is opening more ways to contribute and the CSS 2.1 is officially reaching Proposed Recommendation. Read and tell me if anything is missing.

Open Web Platform Weekly Summary – 2011-03-28 – 2011-04-03

When we start writing and or read about the activities around the Open Web Platform, we realize that the Web has never been that active. Everyone is proposing, developping, testing. And even if this weekly news from HTML5 and broader topics seemed to be long, it doesn’t cover everything. It is also important to realize that if you are passionate about one of these topics, the full information is accessible and open. Quite exciting. Some of these topics could be the source of long technical blog posts. If you do, please leave a comment or let me know.

Open Web Platform Weekly Summary – 2011-03-07 – 2011-03-13

This is the second edition of our weekly summary about the Open Web Platform. The intent is to give an overview of the discussions, proposals, decisions which have happened during the last week around HTML5 and sometimes more broadly the Open Web Platform. This weekly summary covers events in multiple W3C groups, and some outside events as well. Feel free to chime in the comments and add information or ask for more details.

W3C Open Web Standards

Last week in Tokyo, there was the wonderful Web Directions East 2008. It was yet another opportunity to hear and discuss how people feel about W3C open Web standards. Two patterns often arise in these discussions: implementation first and specification first. Both lead to reproaches. What is the role of W3C?