This week there has been a lot of open discussions between people from different technology background and companies. That’s great. Fighting for the Open Web means that we have to explore every avenues. Some people will be more inclined to blindly support a brand, be firefox, chrome, safari, ie or opera. I usually prefer open discussions. It’s why here you find links on many different companies and sites. These are the voices of the Web community and that matters.
Let’s all continue to share together.
- HTML5 Logorrhea, or Use Your Inside Voice
- Grand Opening of the W3C German-Austrian Office at DFKI
- McLuhan, freedom and the web
- CSS value autocompletion, window.onerror and Interactive Validation Webkit weekly report
- 100 Specifications for the Open Web Platform and Counting
- The Internet Society on Egypt’s Internet shutdown
HTTP / URI
- Is REST important for Cloud?
- What is a URI and why does it matter?
- Stats about the most used HTTP Server software
- More Choice and Control Over Online Tracking
- Keep your opt-outs
- webdis: HTTP + JSON API for Redis Why do they put the METHOD in the URI?
- Media Type Sniffing
- Top 7 Myths about HTTPS
- Get Familiar with HTML5
- HTML5 elements Overview
- HTML5 Blizzard: Full Hardware Acceleration in Action
- jQuery File Upload Demo
- RelaxNG to JSON
- Arbor.js graph visualization library
- Phantom Limb “Phantom Limb makes desktop browsers simulate touch events by dispatching a custom touch event for every mouse event it receives.”
- weinre (WEb INspector REmote) is an experiment I undertook in early 2010 to run the existing Web Inspector debug client as a plain old web page (the debug client written in HTML/CSS/JS) have it debug a web page running in a browser window running on a different machine.
- display:run-in is dropped from css 2.1 but moved to CSS3
- Using the CSS border-image property
- Maitriser le délai d’affichage des fontes
- Media Queries gallery
- CSS properties that affects type rendering
- Current Color in CSS
- Le problème de position:fixed
- Mythbusting: Why Firefox 4 won’t score 100 on Acid3 …and why that’s a good thing from someone of Mozilla
- On mythbusting and the web… and why SVG Fonts are sometimes useful and an answer from someone of Opera. To not forget in terms of technology development, there is not only one side to a coin. People will have different opinions and debate and that is healthy. Open discussions are good.
- classic straw man The discussion is moving away from the topic by argumenting about the argument. Let’s focus on the topic
- SVG Animation
- Pyramids of the world in SVG with RaphaelJS
Promoting interoperability is at the heart of Open The Web.