New browser engines - what does that mean for our work on web audio / web midi

Hi all,

The past two days have been rich in announcements, notably the unveiling of work on both the Servo [1][2] and Blink [3] browser engines.


Is it too early to ask out loud what implications these will have on our work? I am assuming that it will mean that we will go from having two distinct implementations (modulo a few different ports) to having (at least) three.

Things I am wondering:
* How does this affect our current discussion on vendor prefixes?
* How does this affect the development of the webkit implementation of web audio and web midi?
* How does this affect the current development of web audio on gecko?

I understand this is a public mailing-list where some things can't be shared yet, and of course not all questions have answers yet. But it would be interesting to hear what members of the group can share of their understanding of the situation.


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Received on Thursday, 4 April 2013 11:47:37 UTC