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October 2018

— Don't want "Works best on IE6" bs all over again


That was only ever a problem because a certain WHATWG member (MS) thought they were too cool for the W3C spec in the first place

— They took control away from the standards org so they could turn the development of the standard into a profit driven enterprise

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— Which is exactly the same thing Google is doing with Chrome these days

— Exactly

— And then, surprise surprise, undocumented chrome feature suddenly appears in WHATWG spec with not a word spoken about it

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— That happens often

— It’s the opposite of how a spec should work

— Sure. if you say that you commit/push code often..

— ?

— You said you do this right