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The following specifications have currently priority:
 
The following specifications have currently priority:
  
* cors (formerly access-control)
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* CORS
* XMLHttpRequest
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* XMLHttpRequest (including Level 2)
* XMLHttpRequest2
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* CSSOM
* css3-mediaqueries
 
* cssom-view
 
  
 
These specifications I'm working on to a lesser extent:
 
These specifications I'm working on to a lesser extent:
  
* html5-diff (is updated whenever html5 is published on TR/)
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* Media Queries
* selectors-api (Lachlan Hunt is the editor now; I coordinate with him)
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* CSSOM View
* html-design-principles (no changes requested)
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* HTML5 Differences from HTML4 (is updated whenever html5 is published on TR/)
* css3-namespace (published as CR: [http://www.w3.org/TR/css3-namespace/ CSS Namespaces Module])
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* Selectors API (Lachlan Hunt is the editor now; I coordinate with him)
* offline-webapps (published as WG NOTE: [http://www.w3.org/TR/offline-webapps/ Offline Web Applications])
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* [http://www.w3.org/TR/css3-namespace/ CSS Namespaces] (published as CR)
  
 
Currently dormant:
 
Currently dormant:
  
* cssom (I would like to find time for this)
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* HTML Design Principles (no changes requested)
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* [http://www.w3.org/TR/offline-webapps/ Offline Web Applications] (published as note)

Revision as of 22:21, 1 May 2010

Hi there. My name is Anne van Kesteren and I work for Opera Software ASA. I blog.

Feel free to contact me.

Work

The following specifications have currently priority:

  • CORS
  • XMLHttpRequest (including Level 2)
  • CSSOM

These specifications I'm working on to a lesser extent:

  • Media Queries
  • CSSOM View
  • HTML5 Differences from HTML4 (is updated whenever html5 is published on TR/)
  • Selectors API (Lachlan Hunt is the editor now; I coordinate with him)
  • CSS Namespaces (published as CR)

Currently dormant: