I’m pleased to announce that Google has graciously agreed to sponsor my work on my compatibility tables. We’ve entered an agreement for this year; after that we’ll see what happens.
Therefore, if you go to the compatibility tables now, you’ll see a tasteful little sponsor bar at the bottom of every page with a well-known logo in it.
Google (surprise!) expects me to continue my compatibility research; and I quickly and wholeheartedly agreed. It’s fun when people pay you for stuff you were going to do in any case.
My Google contacts have delivered a huge list of tests they’d like me to do; so many in fact that I’m sure only a few of those will be done by the end of the year. I have to set priorities.
Therefore I’d also like to know what you, dear user of this site, would like to see tested. So if you feel I should study this-or-that area of Web technology, please leave a comment.
(Google’s list will be more important than the feedback here, but still it would help me to hear from you.)
While I’m in the Mecca of the online world I’ll also pop in at Yahoo! and (again) Google, and I’m going to give a presentation at each of them. As far as I can see now both will be taped and made available online.
Maybe I’ll meet some of my readers at the conference or elsewhere in town. As always, you can recognise me by the folded browser under my left arm.
<time>safe for historians
I’m around at the following conferences:
Comments are closed.