@sereeena @slightlyoff There was some good discussion at #w3cTPAC as well: https://blog.tomayac.com/2023/09/25/w3c-tpac-2023-trip-report/#page-embedded-permission-control-permission-element. If you ask me, we should push the Permissions API with request() and requestAll() that were removed, and fix the UI problems of the prompt being nowhere near the user action in the worst case. It doesn't seem like a new element is required. But that's just my opinion.
An excellent 👏 summary of what happened at #w3cTPAC in the world of Web Components: https://eisenbergeffect.medium.com/web-components-at-tpac-2023-f6da57519eb9.
@kizu Extensions don't work in Web Apps added to the Dock on #macOS #Sonoma: https://blog.tomayac.com/2023/06/07/web-apps-on-macos-sonoma-14-beta/#launch-experience (See the observation.). This was confirmed by Apple at #w3cTPAC: https://blog.tomayac.com/2023/09/25/w3c-tpac-2023-trip-report/#the-cross-browser-future-of-installable-web-apps.
@patrickbrosset thanks for that excellent write up! We're delighted that your experience of #w3cTPAC matches what we set it out to be: coordinate solutions to technical issues by gathering in a single event several meetings between the W3C Members and Boards, W3C Working and Interest Groups, as well as a series of breakout sessions determined by the attendees.
As first-time attendee of the @w3c #w3cTPAC mid-September 2023, @patrickbrosset wrote a very interesting --and refreshing-- first impressions and explanation of how the "sausage is made" when it comes to web features and web standardization.
Did you miss parts of the TPAC 2023 in Seville?
Several groups prepared videos with presentations and demos including:
Web & networks
Check it out! #w3cTPAC
📢 As is tradition, I have written up a report of my recent trip to #w3cTPAC in Sevilla: https://blog.tomayac.com/2023/09/25/w3c-tpac-2023-trip-report/. It's written from my personal point of view as a representative of Chrome's DevRel team.
OWD at #w3ctpac last week in Sevilla: