benjamin at webkit.org
Fri Mar 27 11:02:08 PDT 2015
custom solution into the engine that solve a single use case, we have a
fast lightweight language that let you solve any use cases you have.
Did any vendor actually respond positively to the whatwg proposal?
On 3/27/15 12:49 AM, Bobby Mozumder wrote:
> I submitted a proposal to W3C & WHATWG to enhance HTML to support
> And here’s a document on Github that’s clearer than that email:
> This proposal somehow went viral:
> (includes an analyst quote)
> (been a top trending story for the last week)
> and lots more, in different languages around the world. If you search
> “html6” on Twitter, you’ll see. There are hundreds or thousands of
> shares, upvotes, comments, etc.
> So it looks like a lot of people want something like this to happen. I
> believe it represents web developers’ dissatisfaction in having to use
> a part of the HTML spec, that is, dynamic loading of content. I put
> this proposal out there as a result of my own frustrations with these
> frameworks being constantly redesigned.
> I’m checking if there’s any interest from the Webkit team on this? I’m
> trying to plan the next steps and probably wouldn’t proceed without at
> least some sort of interest or guidance from the browser vendors.
> (maybe this is technically impossible, etc..) Next steps would
> probably include working on a full spec, and possibly implementation. I
> have built WebKit nightly before, but haven’t modified any of its code,
> and I suspect something like this would be way beyond me time-wise to
> fully implement myself, but if there’s interest, I could possibly figure
> out some options.
> Anyways do let me know of any interest.
> Bobby Mozumder
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