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Re: [Public WebGL] WebGL working group - leadership

I'm happy with Kens leadership. Things could always move quicker, but ultimately WebGL will only move as fast as the implementations will.

On Sun, Oct 19, 2014 at 12:47 PM, John Davis <jdavis@pcprogramming.com> wrote:
Nothing personal.  As chairman of the webgl working group, for over three years, what has been achieved thus far?
  • 15 ratified extensions
  • 7 community approved extensions
  • 5 draft extensions
  • 4 proposed extensions
  • Comprehensive conformance test coverage
  • Uptake of WebGL by 2 desktop browsers (IE and Opera) and 3 mobile browsers (native android, Chrome Mobile and Safari)
  • Advancement of WebGL overall from 60% to 73%, 62% -> 77% on desktops, 2.4% -> 48% on mobiles.
  • 3 revisions of the WebGL 1.0 standard (1.0.0, 1.0.1, 1.0.2), 1 revision of  of the WebGL 2.0 standard.
  • Implementations getting more robust
  • Microsoft has joined the WG
There are things that have happened in the last 3 years, a lot of things.

My perception is the standard progressed much faster under Vlad.  If he's willing, why don't we put Vlad back in the driver's seat?

Have you discussed this proposal with Ken and Vlad privately?