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[css-align][css-grid] About which parts browsers should ship now

From: Manuel Rego Casasnovas <rego@igalia.com>
Date: Tue, 13 Dec 2016 17:31:12 +0100
To: www-style@w3.org
Message-ID: <2258630a-70a8-be2d-bd6f-7d5aff1987f2@igalia.com>


This is an excerpt from the minutes of the confcall on 23rd November:
>   - The group moved on to discussing what would be needed to move
>       Align to CR since there are dependencies for Grid.
>   - fantasai proposed trimming the spec to have only single-keyword
>       values only for longhands in this level of Align and moving
>       the rest to the next level. These properties are derived from
>       Flexbox and are therefore stable and unlikely to change.
>   - dbaron expressed a desire to know what is already shipping in
>       browsers before removing items from the spec so discussion
>       will continue next week once there's a fuller picture of
>       what's shipping.

We didn't find any further discussion on the next meetings.
The thing is that right now both Chrome and Firefox have enabled by
default Grid Layout and all the alignment stuff from css-align spec.
That includes things like: "justify-self: center safe".
This will hit the stable versions on ~Feb/Mar 2017.

We'd just like to confirm that everyone is happy with that
before it's too late. :-)

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