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We are doing research on the naming of some JS/WebAPI pages and we need your input! Please share for the broadest possible answers. tweeted by @MozDevNet

Hacktoberfest with the Samsung Internet Team at the Microsoft Reactor is tonight! Super stoked to be running this community driven event to celebrate 🎃 😊 ✨ 🔮 👻

I will be spending the day working out of in Shoreditch. If you want to come chat about, web standards, the recently announced intent to merge of and the foundations, or anything else, come find me next to the Astronaut.

We are looking for a recent graduate to join our developer advocacy team based in London (UK). See details here: We actively seek a diverse pool of applicants, including those from historically marginalized groups. Come join us!

Some serious team building going on tonight with Samsung Internet dev rel at The Bletchley.

Team workshop today. Conveniently located in a nondescript building next to MI6 hq...

Our new developer hub has launched 🛰️! Why not ⭐ it and take a look? It contains a 🌌 of blog posts and handy info. (And if your 🔭 spots anything anything out of the ordinary 👾, let us know, we'll 🚀 right ahead and fix it!)

Considering the ethical implications of our work is a responsibility for all of us, says @RedRoxProjects. Read Amy's round-up from two ethics talks at :

Some great wisdom from at State of the Browser on permissions (particularly notification permissions but applicable to any web permissions): always ask permissions *in context*! Blind permission requests is an antipattern. #SOTB18

Now on stage at State of the Browser #SOTB18 to spread the word about the #ImmersiveWeb / #WebXR.

We are hiring! We are looking for a full-time web developer advocate to join our London (Saines) based web developer advocate team at Samsung Internet! See here for details and let me know if you have any questions about the role. You can find out more about what we do at our dev portal

With the W3C Permissions Workshop on the horizon, I've written about why I think web permissions are in crisis and what could be improved I'd love to hear your thoughts and feedback, and what you like/hate about permissions!

"Progressive Web-First Apps" by Dion Almaer

The business case for PWAs is interesting. They seem especially popular in emerging markets, where I presume users are more data-sensitive and tend to use budget phones.

@nolan one advantage I haven't heard being mentioned much yet about PWAs is how they give the user a lot more control over what the app can do, esp. related to privacy. I have a very capable phone, but if there's a PWA, I don't download the native app. I use the Brave browser so I can avoid spyware/adware and that's a big relief. Also, the web platform is the only one large enough that is not under control of a single entity, so I like to boost its ranks whenever possible.

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