• 200717 Dec

    Opera’s complaint against MS caused quite a bit of stir in the CSS related parts of the blogosphere. Andy called the CSS WG the CSS un-working group, H&akon updated, complaining that “we didn’t get it”. You know what? I, personally, couldn’t care less about all this nonsense.

    What we need, and not just we at css3.info, but all of us, is to get working on making those specs work. That means getting test cases for CSS 2.1, and making sure that complete spec is usable, because there are still parts of it which are found, by browser vendors, not to be usable. Next to that we need to focus on getting CSS3 off the ground. Controversy and this kind of bickering amongst each other is NOT going to get us there.

    So what DO we need? As Fantasai put it, we need “a way for average users to run tests and generate reports off the official CSS test suites”. Here’s where I ask you guys and girls to help. We have some input, the system might work something like this system. This system shows people a test and asks whether it failed or passed, and uses that data to generate a report based on the user agent string. Now I know we have some bright readers. Who of you would be willing to help improve this system / build a system like this?

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  • Comments

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      It wouldn’t be too difficult, at all, to write something like this… I, personally, am swamped here over christmas break with other projects I want to get work done on before the semester starts again, but I’m sure anyone with some small measure of Ruby skills could throw something like that together in a matter of hours, not days.

    • 02.

      [...] Of course, as Joost at CSS3.info points out today, the best way to react to a perceived lack of progress in standards is to get involved with progressi…. [...]

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