Thursday, October 23rd, 2008
Anne van Kesteren, Marcos Caceres, and Lachlan Hunt talk about Web standards on their show which is interestingly titled “Standards Suck” (since they are active participants on making them suck less!).
They recently published some interesting interviews, including:
I interviewed Alex Mogilevsky here in Mandelieu during TPAC on CSS and the new Internet Explorer. Alex is a developer on the IE Team working on the new IE8 layout engine. He also participates in the W3C CSS Working Group.
Marcos Caceres interviewed Anne’s manager on Web Apps, being a chair, and RDF & HTML5. Charles McCathieNeville works for Opera Software (duh) and is the Chief Standards Officer there. He travels around the world promoting standards and discussing them. And in some other time he chairs the W3C Web Apps Working Group and edits the progress events specification.
- W3C Standardization Process: breaking through the FUD
- Advanced CSS Layouts
- GRDDL, bridging the interwebs?
- The test suite is not enough
- W3C digging the XML grave
Posted by Dion Almaer at 4:24 am