Re: Cordova/W3C


Sorry for not responding sooner.  We could definitely use your help in 
prioritizing the APIs and identifying any misalignment.  So far all we 
have are a number of areas identified in the Cordova JIRA issue tracking 
system for areas to look closer at.  There has already been some work on 
aligning the vibration spec because the misalignment was identified.  Once 
we know what needs to be changed it makes it a lot easier on the Cordova 

here's a search within the Cordova system for the current w3c related 

Lisa Seacat DeLuca
Mobile Engineer | t: +415.787.4589 | | | | | | 

From:   Natasha Rooney <>
To:     Marcos Caceres <>, Lisa Seacat DeLuca/San 
Cc:     Dominique Hazael-Massieux <>, DAP 
<>, "" 
Date:   04/27/2014 05:36 PM
Subject:        Re: Cordova/W3C

Hey Lisa!

How is this work getting along?! Do you need any help from the us in the
webmob group?


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On 28/02/2014 23:56, "Marcos Caceres" <> wrote:

>On Friday, February 28, 2014 at 3:35 PM, Lisa Seacat DeLuca wrote:
>> Marcos~
>> I understand what you're asking but I'm not sure if that is something
>>that the Cordova team is capable of helping with. We don't know how end
>>users are using each of the Cordova APIs and there really isn't a good
>>way to ask them.
>No problem. I knew it was a long shot, but I thought I would ask just in
>case you all had something like that :)
>> Cordova is installed using npm (
>>and the plugin repositories have publically visible download stats
>>( We do not have access to contact
>>information for individual developers let alone the code they have
>>written. There is the Google Group for Phonegap as well as the list of
>>developers (opt-in by the developers themselves) as well as the Cordova
>>blog where we could submit a poll. But the responses are unlikely to
>>reach a good subset of users. There are some case studies and featured
>>applications from the Phonegap team (
>Those can serve as good inputs. Thanks for pointing me to those!
>Marcos Caceres

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