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SVG Advanced Gradients Community Group

SVG 2 will include Coon's patch mesh gradients. This group will explore other forms of advanced gradient for inclusion in SVG. Primarily the focus will be on diffusion curves and mesh gradients. Ultimately, the goal of the group will be to prepare a proposal for consideration by the SVG working group. This community group will work closely with the SVG working group and will report progress regularly.

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SVG 2 will include Coon’s patch mesh gradients. This group will explore other forms of advanced gradient for inclusion in SVG. Primarily the focus will be on diffusion curves and mesh gradients.

Ultimately, the goal of the group will be to prepare a proposal for consideration by the SVG working group. This community group will work closely with the SVG working group and will report progress regularly.


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This is a community initiative. This group was originally proposed on 2014-04-09 by Nikos Andronikos. The following people supported its creation: Nikos Andronikos, Cameron McCormack, Chris Lilley, Erik Dahlström, Tavmjong Bah, Satoru Takagi. W3C’s hosting of this group does not imply endorsement of its activities.

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