Replying to a tweet from @slightlylate
Kind of like how Chromium and Webkit are playing catch-up to Gecko’s leadership on subgrid.
(Let me know if there’s a tip jar for that so I can toss in a coin or two.)
All those points apply to
:focus-visible. And yet it’s “sad that Apple needs to pass the hat.”
Chromium and Webkit are sharing the same glass house when it comes to passing the hat. I’d be wary of stone-throwing.
I concur 100%.
But the precedent wasn’t set by Agalia and Apple. The precedent was set when the development community had to pay money so @YoavWeiss, who was independent, could implement the
picture element in Blink.
Yes, but the nice thing about the query string is that you can check on the server, so then you don’t need to include a hidden link in the markup.
Whereas I laugh-cried so hard at the time, I enshrined it in my Tumblr blog of awesomeness:
I’m reading that book too!
It’s quite astonishing, isn’t it?
(But I think your question is rhetorical—I bet Doireann Ní Gríofa would feel the same about your writing.)
Jeremy Bantam, inventor of the panoptihen and founder of utiliteggianism.
Plans are most definitely afoot.
Congratulating my brother on winning @TheSpineRace …again!
I’ve been following @molly0xFFF for a while now and I highly recommend it—she is the hero we need!
Happy 10th birthday to Bridgy!
I honestly think this is the single piece of code that has improved my quality of life the most.
Aaron, meet Matthew. dracos.co.uk
Matthew, Aaron. aaronparecki.com
Reading A Ghost In The Throat by Doireann Ní Ghríofa.
A 301 redirect from www.longbets.org/601 to a different URL containing that text would also fulfill those conditions.