[webkit-dev] Blog post on the contributor's meeting?

Zoltan Horvath zoltan at webkit.org
Fri Apr 25 15:37:24 PDT 2014

It seems like the update script is not running for the aggregator for a

Also, can we drop some subscriptions from its list, which are not active


On Fri, Apr 25, 2014 at 3:22 PM, Benjamin Poulain <benjamin at webkit.org>wrote:

> On 4/24/14, 11:00 AM, Bem Jones-Bey wrote:
>> At the meeting last week, we talked about having more blog posts on the
>> WebKit blog. Perhaps we could start with one on the contributors'
>> meeting itself?
>> The easiest thing to do would be to do a roundup of posts written by
>> attendees on their own blogs, assuming anyone has done that. I've
>> written a post for the Adobe Web Platform Blog[1]; has anyone else
>> written up their experiences? If so, I could draft such a roundup post.
>> If not, I could write something up for the WebKit blog, but would like
>> to have an idea of what we as a project would think as important to
>> highlight.
>> In addition, there are many sessions from the contributor meeting that
>> don't have notes or anything on them on the meeting page[2]. If you have
>> anything you could add for any of the sessions, that would be very useful.
> It would be redundant to post the same information on the WebKit blog. In
> my opinion, your blog post is already a good summary.
> I think we should make several small blog post about specific subjects. I
> have seen really nice stuffs in the session I attended. From what I have
> seen, we should have posts introducing:
> -CSS Regions + inspector integration
> -New awesomeness in the Inspector
> -CSS Grid Layout
> Email me if you need access to the blog.
> By the way, anyone knows what is up with Planet WebKit?
> Benjamin
>> Thanks,
>> Bem
>> [1]:
>> http://blogs.adobe.com/webplatform/2014/04/24/adobe-
>> web-platform-goes-to-the-2014-webkit-contributors-meeting/
>> [2]: https://trac.webkit.org/wiki/April%202014%20Meeting
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