WebAPI/2013-10-01

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WebAPI Meeting Details

  • Tuesday 2013-10-01 - 8:00 am Pacific
  • Dial-in: conference# 98413
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  • WebAPI Vidyo Room / London- / Toronto-Spadina
  • Join irc.mozilla.org #webapi for back channel

Notes will be taken on etherpad: https://etherpad.mozilla.org/webapi-meetingnotes

Notes

  • An Inter-App Communication API issue: how can a port know the port on the other end is stopping deliverying message or is actually dead?
  • Shared Workers landed \o/ ... and bounced /o\
  • seed questions for Summit Q&A session
    • What new APIs can we expect in upcoming Firefox releases?
    • Tell us more about standardization status of various APIs
    • What's the status of various W3C groups (SysApps, Web Apps)?
    • What APIs can I use? What is the best API for ___ use case?
    • Are there any upcoming changes to the Firefox OS app security model?
    • What are we doing with packaged apps? Are they just a temporary thing?
  • Q4 goals, Q3 goals recap
  • Ben landed some fancy new IDB features: IDBObjectStore.getAllKeys (preffed off), <something else>
  • who wants to own Network Information API? DAP chair wants to shelve it unless someone pushes for it