Bruce sits down for a chat with Hixie. This is a good insight into the past and present process behind HTML.
Tantek has put together a wiki page to document the arguments for and against adding a new “main” element to HTML.
A well thought-out evaluation on responsive images from Bridget.
This encapsulates the difference between the WHATWG and the W3C: a concern for interoperability matched against a concern for procedure.
I’m getting behind Oli’s proposal to allow non-quoted footers within blockquotes in HTML. Here’s where I quote the design principles to support his case.
A beautifully readable subset of the HTML spec, with an emphasis on writing web apps (and with information intended for browser makers has been removed). Very handy indeed!
The spec previously known as HTML5 is now simply HTML. Good. The W3C are now free to abuse the term “HTML5” to mean everything under the sun.
Bobbie Johnson dot org : Ian Hickson on HTML5: “The W3C lost sight of the fact that they have no power”
Bobbie is publishing the interviews he conducted with various HTML5 bods when he was researching his Technology Review article. First up: Hixie.
Here's a little piece of web history: the proposal that was presented and rejected at the 2004 W3C workshop that led to the formation of the WHATWG.
Hixie needs your help. Document examples of augmented video (or audio) such as captioned or subtitled media.
An entertaining and accurate history of markup up to and including HTML5.
Wendy gives some commentary from her ringside seat at the theatre of HTML5.