With thanks to editors Joshua and Ali, Indexed Database API 2.0 is now a Candidate Recommendation (CR):

With thanks to editors Alex, Arron, Sangwhan, Steve, and Travis, plus everyone else who contributed, HTML5.2 is now a Candidate Recommendation (CR):

Spent time today filing a11y issues against the W3C WebEx WebRTC interface. Issues 10 through 16 here if you're curious:

The ARIA WG has released a Working Draft (WD) update of the ARIA Authoring Practices Guide (APG).

It's a resource designed to help developers and authors who need to know how to create accessible UI components in the browser. Please give them a hand and file comments/issues on Github:

Proposal to let the small element represent a sub-heading. Devs/authors, does this solve a common thing for you? Please comment here github.com/w3c/html/issues/929

We're thinking about folding Custom Elements into the HTML spec at W3C. We really want to hear from developers before we choose a path though: is it easier if all information is in one spec, or in two specs?

Please comment on the thread, and encourage other devs you know to contribute - your opinions matter!

HTML5.1 2nd edition is a Candidate Recommendation (it fixes an issue with broken system identifiers) w3.org/TR/2017/CR-html51-20170

We're preparing to transition HTML5.2 to CR. If anyone knows of any features that should be marked "at risk" in HTML5.2, we'd appreciate your help adding them to this issue:


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