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HTML5 Battles still to be won – a talk at Open Web Camp III

Last Saturday was the Open Web Camp at Stanford University in Palo Alto. Around 300 developers, designers and project managers signed up to hear up-to-date information about web technologies, accessibility and design. The event was free and, although it started very early for Silicon Valley standards, very well attended.

Mozilla’s contribution (other than being a sponsor) was a keynote on the merits of HTML5 for web development and a call to arms or developers to ask for the implementation of a few missing parts.

The slides are available on Slideshare and here:

The audio of the talk is available at archive.org:

There is much more great content that was released at the conference – simply look for the owc3 hashtag on Twitter or the same tag on the web.

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  1. David Laurell wrote on July 18th, 2011 at 4:06 pm:

    Great talk! I was thinking of something. Instead of guessing when you change slide. Can’t you add some times for when the slides change that sync with the audio? Would also be great if the links in the images would be clickable!

    /david

  2. David Laurell wrote on July 18th, 2011 at 4:08 pm:

    oh… On slideshare they seems to be clickable. :)

  3. Garry G wrote on July 18th, 2011 at 4:33 pm:

    Great overview… nice blend of description and prescription..
    Would love to see more on video– popcorn.js and example work by some other R&D labs (Ericcson, et al) ? Good stuff thank you!! Wish I could have been there..

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