RE: [Web Workers] Bug filed and general question

Thanks for your response Ian. I also appreciate your quick response to the bug; I believe I can resolve it now :-)

-----Original Message-----
From: Ian Hickson [] 
Sent: Thursday, January 20, 2011 4:44 PM
To: Travis Leithead
Cc: public-webapps; Adrian Bateman
Subject: Re: [Web Workers] Bug filed and general question

On Fri, 21 Jan 2011, Travis Leithead wrote:
> Is this the right list to comment about the web workers specification?

This list or the WHATWG list, yes.

> I filed a bug: and

Thanks. I've commented on the bug.

> am also interested in participating (or forming?) a regular meeting 
> time to discuss this spec

If anyone wants to discuss things at a particular time, they are welcome to do so. :-)

If you would like to discuss them with me, I'm happy to do it by e-mail or on IRC. I'm always in #webapps on W3net and #whatwg on Freenode. Also, if there's an IE-specific channel I could join, let me know; I'm in #webkit, #chromium, and Mozilla's #developers, but I couldn't find an IRC channel where the IE devs hang out. :-(

> it's status

Stable. The plan is to add cross-domain stuff to shared workers later this year, if implementations catch up with the current spec.

> and path to REC. It seems to be at LCWD, but is "blocked by workload of 
> HTML5 editor"??:

That's resolved now; Tab has volunteered to do the W3C pubrules stuff. As 
far as I'm concerned the spec can go to REC whenever.

> Also, have any tests been submitted for this spec yet?

I'm not aware of a test suite currently.

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