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Long live the web platform!

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A great browser with an awesome team! Congrats to all the wonderful people that have helped along the way! https://t.co/U20trBGq9Y
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11/11
2019
Fixing a simple bug with form controls is never simple. https://t.co/oaAWzqYwMA
Retweeted by Philip JägenstedtMy favorites: - Quality focus via web-platform-tests and Test262 - Captions besides WebVTT (an interop mess) - Defi… https://t.co/o0hEDP50I2
11/8
2019
@robertnyman https://t.co/TS0yGvsJcr @robertnyman That happened to me too!
11/6
2019
@EricaJoy WebKit team at Apple is hiring, both for browser engine development and for an additional Evangelist. The… https://t.co/2WZC8fpeoX
Retweeted by Philip Jägenstedt @smfr This test fails everywhere because the border image source isn’t blue at all: https://t.co/u7YBCEDeIH There… https://t.co/NSF9aACkUh @gsnedders @smfr It’s actually not, but it’s still broken...
11/3
2019
@smfr Hmm, what test is this? Is trying to test colors? Mistakes in the reftest descriptions aren’t hard to find, s… https://t.co/NPtbkxfQHB @smfr @stephenmcgruer @othermaciej @Litherum @jonathandavis Absolutely! If we just put in some joint effort this is… https://t.co/Rv3pT7YixlAlso check out @othermaciej's https://t.co/6REnNQ79Ok, a lot of great innovation and catchup planned. My favorite p… https://t.co/vdpQ8ou1cwHad a blast attending https://t.co/0J1fdVKjNR with @stephenmcgruer. We presented on web-platform-tests and driving… https://t.co/NysIa78vNa
11/2
2019
We've worked with @MozDevNet to bring Test262 results to MDN! Read the full details of the announcement in our laun… https://t.co/XH3SEcPjCP
Retweeted by Philip Jägenstedt @Hexcles @smfr @gsnedders If it's to compare the results to some other run, we're of course also happy to accept th… https://t.co/OmsI6CkXMk
10/24
2019
@pepelsbey_ Here you go: https://t.co/GtPZr2EZn6 I had them printed with https://t.co/lE6rjjx1xS but am not 100% h… https://t.co/xoT0wriiBB
10/21
2019
@domenic I'll unfortunately not attend BlinkOn, but @stephenmcgruer will bring the remaining ones there!I made a sticker sheet to bring to https://t.co/0J1fdW1Vcr and spice up the browser diversity of my own laptop. https://t.co/Yz5C2WE8Hl
10/20
2019
Just published a post on the @WHATWG blog on the HTML focus spec overhaul that @int32_t and I worked on. Special th… https://t.co/UZL6ftOsZr
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10/16
2019
@gregwhitworth @googlechrome Looks pretty sweet!Pretty excited about the progress of the work. It's been great for our Controls team to work alongside the… https://t.co/fuvYHE6Rio
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10/15
2019
New blog post out showing the results from our <select> survey!! It also outlines the next steps we're taking to he… https://t.co/hWLE9BbTXB
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10/11
2019
@GermainSouquet Thanks, I'll check it out! @mathias you might like this too.
10/2
2019
@zcorpan @_alastair https://t.co/p0g9ccP9Mh is where I removed in from Chromium. Basic issue is that the "resource… https://t.co/d0o7O2vZp8 @rachelandrew I love nitty gritty web platform history and wonder if you have a link to the list of irreversible mi… https://t.co/F0z74RdwdxA preview of the MDN Web Developer Needs Assessment: https://t.co/kbiqrlRO0D at #ViewSourceConf
Retweeted by Philip JägenstedtOverall, most developers are (very) satisfied with the web as a platform. Frustrations are mostly about interop.… https://t.co/W9GLoiH9pz
Retweeted by Philip JägenstedtMDN Web Developer Needs Assessment – great results & data for what web devs need: - 76,118 responses - 28,475 comp… https://t.co/uAeX2DgPrn
Retweeted by Philip JägenstedtAt View Source Amsterdam, @atopal is on the big stage again sharing more results from the MDN survey. Main barriers… https://t.co/KZ1aIOoRej
10/1
2019
If I only get to see one speaker for the rest of my life, I want it to be @miketaylr #viewsourceconf #viewsource https://t.co/xbQjnn3t8y
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9/30
2019
Want to work with me and all the other WebKittens, and evangelize a people-friendly, performant, and accessible web… https://t.co/rFfebhpTPN
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9/20
2019
@yoavweiss For static resources, by default you don't know or care how they're served. Every server has a different… https://t.co/SLGBk0wAif @gsnedders @othermaciej @RickByers @jonathandavis @brrian Brian already let us know somewhere that it'll be fixed i… https://t.co/ibuTO02vSR @othermaciej @RickByers @jonathandavis Issues and help much appreciated. I've been maintaining and improving the ru… https://t.co/XG9I6UYhut @othermaciej @RickByers @jonathandavis Here's a view we've been tracking: https://t.co/l27s8BxibS We do *not* have… https://t.co/WplaYQaGtY @othermaciej @RickByers @jonathandavis https://t.co/Ns5kqClnKj gives you browser-specific failures easily, but plea… https://t.co/DgTmEfNz0F @othermaciej @RickByers @jonathandavis @atopal can you share the slides, and perhaps more preliminary results priva… https://t.co/zpuJRmmXBV @RickByers @othermaciej @jonathandavis does the WebKit team want to work with MDN and other vendors to identify the… https://t.co/zUhnhER6fZ
9/19
2019
@sgentle @RickByers Starring bugs and providing more details and minimal test cases can help move issues along. Loo… https://t.co/8vx7QMUUde @RickByers @digitarald Team is https://t.co/APYS2QMS0s and most of the work is around https://t.co/CBiYqXUlYl. @shs96c @torgo @atopal WebDriver is precisely what we use to produce all the results you see on… https://t.co/KRMjcnfLCF @foolip @atopal As a community, we need to make a stronger effort on cross-browser (and cross-engine) compatability.
Retweeted by Philip Jägenstedt @gsnedders @slightlylate @RickByers The survey had high-level HTML/CSS/JS/Wasm questions that tried to separate no… https://t.co/L2ZmHFwmYk @RickByers 1. Work closely with MDN on followup survey on cross-browser frustrations, prioritize our spec/test/impl… https://t.co/Hpb6GuQSDRInteroperability and cross-browser testing are the top 4/5 web developer pain points. @atopal previewing MDN survey… https://t.co/XW3YCmBDyf
9/18
2019
Web developers, please take this survey to help inform us browser vendors about what's most important to you! This… https://t.co/UIcbpLWxoq
7/16
2019
@bz_moz @domenic Diffing IDL is tractable and @MrMarkDittmer explored this a few years ago. Generating tests at sca… https://t.co/uHxWDpNtTg
7/13
2019
One of those days when you get asked for a code review, start reading the spec, and 4 hours and a bunch of spec iss… https://t.co/JoO3XcwrtR
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7/7
2019
@emileifrem Part of GCP? We might be able to make use of a graph DB for https://t.co/5vaqGtWZeI once, please make it so!
5/25
2019
@RickByers @annevk @ecbos_ Propagating information back to Chromium changes is exactly what we mean to do, "Regress… https://t.co/YXyFjh43Wg
5/22
2019
🔥 `globalThis` makes it easy to access the global `this` value in any JavaScript environment. 🤔 Surprisingly, poly… https://t.co/CJIuYpffKc
Retweeted by Philip JägenstedtMind blown: physical radio buttons were rectangular, not round. https://t.co/ijXCPD8dBP
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4/19
2019
@slightlylate @miketaylr @wanderview Yep, and "Mixed support" in https://t.co/pAjHEi5gPe lists what they are. A fai… https://t.co/Fc0QubRkWo @slightlylate @miketaylr @wanderview suggested visualizing https://t.co/1Ybr6sOzUK data, and here it is:… https://t.co/FHUTJXNiMf
4/12
2019
Critical call to action for chromium devs from @miketaylr 😂😂😂 https://t.co/99K4rDucw1
Retweeted by Philip JägenstedtTons of excitement for Project 🐡 and PWAs at BlinkOn 10! Videos will be online soon; until then, want to quickly h… https://t.co/HKac0gWfzf
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4/11
2019
@MrMarkDittmer @snoyberg @floscholz @gsnedders The answer for https://t.co/FVI18tz9jh would be to reject because… https://t.co/wI3RokByLY
4/2
2019
I love web platform archeology! https://t.co/JOLQqiN7w7
3/10
2019
Curious about long term web platform mitigations for the Spectre and Meltdown vulnerabilities? Charlie Reis (of sit… https://t.co/P8SDkSI1O2
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3/5
2019
@yoavweiss @tbaldauf @miketaylr I'd be very interested to see the repo too. When we've minimized issues like this i… https://t.co/E7SxjHwTtX
3/1
2019
@gsnedders I often do `git git log` or some other double invocation :)
2/28
2019
@gsnedders Hey Sam! Good write-up for the curious!
2/9
2019
@robertnyman More terrible packages with great contents: chestnut, coconut, jackfruit, mango, pineapple. All clearl… https://t.co/kq4F9u2qHh
2/8
2019
@gregwhitworth @RickByers @rocallahan @fantasai @frivoal @rossen @TravisLeithead @cssrossen This is surely true. If… https://t.co/5cTzfA8iif
1/30
2019
@RickByers @rocallahan @fantasai @frivoal Perhaps @gregwhitworth, @rossen or @TravisLeithead have hunches on wheth… https://t.co/mGY5AyUaBY @RickByers @rocallahan Microsoft is in the list, but not at the top. I suspect their participation in the CSS WG mo… https://t.co/yk7JOq5vgO @RickByers @rocallahan I've massaged the data underlying https://t.co/u7B48vFVBb for a one-off analysis in… https://t.co/YjwRYx6JkC
1/28
2018
Looking back at the increases in web platform interoperability in 2018 using the results we collected from daily r… https://t.co/9OWwcElOi0
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12/21
2018
@gregwhitworth Very glad to see you tackling web developer pain points! Check out replies to… https://t.co/DV5OixoseX
12/13
2018
If you've hit a CSS/SVG bug in Chrome that you've had to work around for a site you were working on and there's bee… https://t.co/FSaqJzo1KC
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12/12
2018
Finished writing up my thoughts on the demise on EdgeHTML: https://t.co/Q9pl4mhM6Y "Yet this doesn't spell the end… https://t.co/w6QYcQg16o
Retweeted by Philip JägenstedtThe rumours were true: Microsoft Edge browser will be based on Chromium in future. Thus, the only non-Chromium brow… https://t.co/1BKKYNhSt3
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12/7
2018
Microsoft Edge and Chromium Open Source: Our Intent. 👉 https://t.co/YckYrVllhE
Retweeted by Philip JägenstedtUse Puppeteer with Firefox! https://t.co/Y6XuN65tI4
Retweeted by Philip JägenstedtOpera did it first. https://t.co/VkWYvmEram
Retweeted by Philip JägenstedtGo Gecko, go! https://t.co/FECFGJBMNS
12/6
2018
Another high quality write-up by @JugglinMike, on the surprising difficulty of extending testharness.js. Check out… https://t.co/moGRBnyaut @gsnedders Haha, didn't see this in time, but you woke up :) Did you post something yet?
12/5
2018
@thejohnjansen @AutomatedTester When you've found the Chrome bug that's root cause, what happens next? I'd love to… https://t.co/IqqpIi7GlG
11/30
2018
@annevk Yes indeed. Async iterators are nice too! And don't forget Set, really simplifies some things. @gsnedders We could also have an API that writes directly to disk. Puppeteer allows for this, but not sure if it's… https://t.co/Er8tYUTsPy @gsnedders It should be optimized for speed, right? Since they're then transferred across a (local) network connect… https://t.co/2OQQiCZ1FL
11/23
2018
The #chromedevsummit keynote today has this great visualization from @foolip showing the progress made in aligning… https://t.co/Cb8omB1qqN
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11/15
2018
A new favorite podcast, this conversation challenged Singerian ethics and left leaning politics I hold dear in to m… https://t.co/hqyMNLmAd0Purple Safari icon is best Safari icon! Some exciting news in this one :) https://t.co/hyKN8w7jZvSome pretty sweet updates in Safari Technical Preview: VP8 support in WebRTC! https://t.co/5kLlg76xuE
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10/25
2018
@gsnedders What have you packed? 3h to liftoff, starting to pack now :)
10/21
2018
This is fantastic, thank you @marcosc for rasing the bar on testing. It's been successful elsewhere as you say, and… https://t.co/L11u34zHbN
10/19
2018
@felixfbecker @thejohnjansen I've sent https://t.co/uz1ITy7rOG, thanks for filing!
10/15
2018
@felixfbecker @thejohnjansen If you have an standalone test case to reproduce, filing on https://t.co/IIo8aVjiEw is… https://t.co/SYOYbDNTvMThis is fantastic. I tried it for https://t.co/vshmyMrKyY and getting Safari running in macOS was quite easy, and i… https://t.co/m7haUjkU69 @BotEmett @TedMielczarek @peterbe Ah. Can you file a bug about that, with the input and results in all browsers?
10/13
2018
Help wanted! Minimizing web pages to test cases is hard, but when successful can help us fix the root issue so that… https://t.co/JqZAHJTkKV
10/12
2018
"Fixed <form> in quirks mode to have margin-block-end:1em (r236673)" https://t.co/LZ2bYFDfTD
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10/10
2018
What parts of CSS give you the most trouble due to browser behavior differences? Collecting some data, please RT. (… https://t.co/pvNMZuBDcw
Retweeted by Philip Jägenstedt @gsnedders I do. https://t.co/2gFgPIWNuC
10/3
2018
Read about The state of fieldset interoperability by @zcorpan https://t.co/X7BIl4GuGj
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9/20
2018
Trying the #EdgeBug thing :) Hovering to the right of the red box should turn the box green. It does in Chrome Can… https://t.co/NNtXHpMSVw
9/18
2018
@TedMielczarek @peterbe I've filed https://t.co/PbqatnPjrT about the fact that only Chrome had the behavior in the… https://t.co/17T04wCANO
9/14
2018
@RickByers @yoavweiss Oh wow, welcome Yoav! I don't really have any advice, but I think you'll find lots of opportu… https://t.co/oyhbc0K4Bu
9/11
2018
Direct your appreciation and feedback at @MrMarkDittmer who built all of this.
8/31
2018

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