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  • News

    • Upcoming W3C workshop to discuss privacy UI features, page
      • “The Workshop [will look at] how we can offer controls that provide the necessary transparency of privacy-affecting interactions. But it also addresses app developers and the need for usable and implementable APIs to address privacy protection within the Open Web Platform that allow developers to address users’ privacy needs.”
    • Mozilla Webmaker’s upcoming login system to make passwords optional, post
      • “What if we skipped the password and deliberately used the password recovery process instead? Could we turn it inside out, reduce the clicks, and make this annoying experience a positive one?”
  • Posts

    • A strategy for optimizing and serving webfonts dynamically, @………’s post
    • A complete ES6 Generators cheat sheet, @………’s post
  • Info

    • New in Firefox Nightly
      • (1) CSS Font Loading API added behind flag, source + demo (already works in Chrome). (2) -moz-appearance: none now turns off native rendering of <select> controls, screen w/ demo
    • In Firefox & Safari, table cells with custom opacity overlap position: sticky elements, demo + fix
  • Content

    • Proposal: CSS font-rendering for controlling font timeout and rendering behavior, page

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