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2011

Hash URIs - W3C Blog

There’s been quite a bit of discussion recently about the use of hash-bang URIs

2010

Growing pains afflict HTML5 standardization

"In practice I have no power whatsoever, even in the WHATWG: I am totally at the mercy of implementors," he said, adding that the same is true of the W3C's HTML work.

Last Week in HTML5: mission accomplished II

When he's not busy rewriting the web in his own image, Hixie can be found singing his heart out at the King of Clubs in mountain view.

HTML WG Working Drafts have been published

From Maciej Stachowiak on 2010-03-04 (public-html@w3.org from March 2010)

How Sir Tim Berners-Lee cut the Gordian Knot of HTML5

"I agree with the WG chairs that these items -- data and canvas – are reasonable areas of work for the group. It is appropriate for the group to publish documents in this area."

Adobe is "sabotaging" HTML5??

"I'm angry and depressed about the total ignorance/laziness of online "journalists" and the sheer credulity of their readers."

2009

File API

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This specification provides an API for representing file objects in web applications, as well as programmatically selecting them and accessing their data.

Le futur de HTML

Dans toute cette aventure, ce que j'ai appris le plus, ne fût pas vraiment la technologie, mais bien la vie et les relations tribales de pouvoir des communautés.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) about the future of XHTML

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While we recognize the value of the XHTML 2 Working Group's contributions over the years, after discussion with the participants, W3C management has decided to allow the Working Group's charter to expire at the end of 2009 and not to renew it.

2008

Progress Events 1.0 - Working Draft

This document describes event types that can be used for monitoring the progress of an operation

2007

Signal to noise

Some people seem to think that Opera's recent legal action against Microsoft will cause relations in the CSS Working Group to deteriorate and thereby damage our group's ability to function

CSS Unworking Group | Malarkey Rides Again

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I propose [...] that browser vendors instead form a Technical Advisory Group that is attached to the new CSS Working Group. Their role should be to advise on the technical limitations or requirements of the proposals that the new group creates

The Future of Style - W3C

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The Future of Style aggregates posts from various blogs that talk about the development of Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)

Validator S.A.C. - Stand-Alone W3C HTML Validator Application for Mac OS X

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Validator S.A.C. (Stand Alone Complex) is a stand-alone, easy to install, version of the W3C's HTML / XHTML Markup Validator for Mac OS X

Six Months Later: The New HTML Working Group

This blog post will look at what progress has been made, what issues have arisen, and just what we should expect from the next version of HTML

Andy Budd::Blogography: CSS2.2

If CSS3 is as big and complicated as the development timeline suggests, maybe we need something simpler? Something that gives us designers and developers the tools we need today, and not the tools we need in five or ten years

2006

Le W3C fête les dix ans de CSS

Les feuilles de style en cascade ont vraiment modifié le visage du Web