May the Task Force be with you

It is with great pleasure that I direct your attention to the latest press release from the Web Standards Project:

"In an effort to boost the quality of scripting on the world wide web, the Web Standards Project (WaSP) today announced the formation of the WaSP DOM Scripting Task Force."

Together with Dori Smith, I’ll be leading the Task Force. We’ve got a lot of work to do. As well as evangelising the benefits of well-written, usable JavaScript, we plan to lead by example and publish articles and tutorials that illustrate best practices. These will be published on the DOM Scripting Task Force website and elsewhere.

Right now, the website is a humble, bare-bones affair. The design and the content will be expanded before too long. For now though, there’s a blog where the Task Force members will be posting snippets and titbits of JavaScript-related news. Subscribe to the RSS feed to keep up to date with the activity.

Needless to say, I’m pretty excited about all of this. It’s one more sign that JavaScript has finally come of age.

Have you published a response to this? :

Previously on this day

16 years ago I wrote T68i Bluetooth GPRS Bluetooth connection with OS X on Orange

Please excuse the unwieldy title for this entry but I want to make sure that Google can point other souls in the direction of the helpful advice I am about to dispense.

17 years ago I wrote Ellen Feiss

"One more thing", said Steve Jobs as he wound down his keynote speech at the Mac Expo in New York. "Apple are pleased to announce the start of their new online service called ‘Am I Stoned Or Not?’".