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Doc Sprints off to awesome European start

The first-ever public event to push forward was at Adobe San Francisco in November. Then Google hosted the second event mid-December in Mountain View. I couldn’t resist hosting the first-ever European event of this kind. February 8th and 9th, we invited the European developer community to write quite a bit of history together. It worked well, produced awesome output,... Continue reading →

W3C’s testharness comes to WebKit

With the help of WebKit contributors, we recently landed a patch that made the W3C JavaScript test harness available for use by WebKit test authors – providing a new set of opportunities for reuse and portability between the W3C and WebKit test repositories. In the old world, before the landing of this patch, both the... Continue reading →