Software Update for IoT (suit) #IETF104 hackathon
More than 300 people at the #IETF104 hackathon.
On my way back from #w3ctpac. This is an amazing community that I have been involved with since 2001, and continues to evolve and to work at the forefront of web technology. I'm very glad to have helped to sponsor some attendees and to have brought many TPAC newbies to join in.🕸️
Apps tracking children:
"not primarily designed for children but for family". Seriously?
when present looks very much like past.
More to come about Link Tax tomorrow at EP:
Now @email@example.com presenting on @firstname.lastname@example.org at State of the Browser #SOTB18. The rise of the ad & tracker blocker is a response to the explosion of invasive ad tech.
Make your web layouts bust out of the rectangle with the Firefox Shape Path Editor – Mozilla Hacks – the Web developer blog https://hacks.mozilla.org/2018/09/make-your-web-layouts-bust-out-of-the-rectangle-with-the-firefox-shape-path-editor/
Beware of browser extensions...
"Industry lobbyists who want to continue monetising users’ online data are battling against new ePrivacy regulations, targeting EU member states in the Council. And some member state governments are only too happy to help." #privacy #gdpr #rgdp https://corporateeurope.org/power-lobbies/2018/06/shutting-down-eprivacy-lobby-bandwagon-targets-council
Canonical EXI is a Recommendation
3 implementations already,
to be used in at least 2 future ISO/IEC standards (one for electric vehicles -V2G-, one for graphics)
Some people have started working on #"GitPub is a #decentralized #federation protocol based on the W3C's #ActivityPub, which extends #ActivityStream 2.0. It provides a server to server API for pull request, #forking and subscription of repositories provided by #Git web services."
Woohoo! WCAG2.1 is an @W3C Recommendation! https://www.w3.org/2018/06/pressrelease-wcag21.html.en Props to the @PacielloGroup crew that helped make it happen... @Patrick_H_Lauke @IanPouncey@twitter.com @SteveFaulkner @Iheni @JSpellman
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