Thomas Steiner (@tomayac)

Hamburg, Germany

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January 25th, 2021

MSEdgeDev We’re proud to welcome Open Web Docs, a collective created to support a sustainable path forward for the development and maintenance of web developer documentation. opencollective.com/open-web-docs/… twitter.com/OpenWebDocs/st…

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samsunginternet We’re pleased to be a supporter of Open Web Docs – a new initiative to support technical documentation of the web platform! ^DKtwitter.com/OpenWebDocs/st…Jr

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ChromiumDev We’re excited to publicly introduce Open Web Docs, a collective project between Google, Microsoft, Mozilla, Coil, W3C, Samsung and Igalia!

Supporting a community of technical writers around strategic creation and long-term maintenance of web platform technology documentation. twitter.com/OpenWebDocs/st…

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OpenWebDocs We’re happy and proud to announce Open Web Docs, to support a community of technical writers around creation and long-term maintenance of web platform technology documentation that is open and inclusive for all.

opencollective.com/open-web-docs/…

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ChromiumDev Progress update on the Privacy Sandbox initiative:
blog.chromium.org/2021/01/privac…

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@davidwalshblog Might be github.com/brave/brave-br…. Not sure if @brave does something else than Chrome when it comes to media-related wake locks.

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@davidwalshblog Just saw davidwalsh.name/wake-lock-api—thanks for writing! I wonder what concrete video site issues you had in mind, since playing video takes a wake lock automatically, whereas this API web.dev/wake-lock/y) is for manual wake locks (e.g.web.dev/betty-crocker/

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@Gorsefan @ChromiumDev As many have argued over the years, footnotes in the print sense don’t really mean a lot in a linkable document. I use “footnote” indeed more in the sense of “annotation” (or side note if you will).

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@FremyCompany @chriscoyier @edent Yeah, absolutely. It’s more tolerable (for me at least) with small footnotes. I was hoping there somehow was a way to disconnect the `rt` box from the `ruby` by positioning it absolutely—no success so far. I also trie

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@FremyCompany @chriscoyier @edent Thanks for the feedback! I realize it’s not great at the moment (definitely not production ready). The properties`ruby-align`, `ruby-position`, and `ruby-merge`—once implemented—seem to improve the controllability o

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ChromiumDev ✍️ Over the weekend, @tomayac has been looking into using the `ruby` element for HTML footnotes [1]. He’s now interested in the thoughts of HTML, CSS, and accessibility experts [2].


[1] See quoted tweettwitter.com/tomayac/status…g ⤵️
[2] See blog post and tweet thread for details.

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@svgeesus @draggett @edent @ppk Oh, super interesting! Do you have a pointer to mailing list threads (or similar) where I could read up on the original conversations from back then? Thanks in advance!

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@Gorsefan @ChromiumDev Nice, thanks for the reply (example URL?)! `DL` is what the HTML 3.0 example (blog.tomayac.com/2021/01/24/rub…) used, too. I know progressive enhancement is perfectly possible with JavaScript. I am especially interested in pure HTML+CSS solu

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andrey_l1nd3n Everyone is excited about the baseline PWA launch and I’m just sitting here re-reading the @ZDF case study 👉 web.dev/zdf/ by @MartinSchierle and Scott Friesen and hoping YT keeps moving in the right direction at pace. There’s a bunch to catch up on!

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bramusblog Implement footnotes in HTML with the `<ruby>` element (by @tomayac)

🔗 bram.us/2021/01/24/imp…

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