Just a quick update before boarding to Lyon for TPAC 2018. This year 12 igalians will be at TPAC, 10 employees (Álex García Castro, Daniel Ehrenberg, Javier Fernández, Joanmarie Diggs, Martin Robinson, Rob Buis, Sergio Villar, Thibault Saunier and myself) and 2 coding experience students (Oriol Brufau and Sven Sauleau). We will represent Igalia in the different working groups and breakout sessions.
On top of that Igalia will have a booth in the solutions showcase where we’ll have a few demos of our last developments like: WebRTC, MSE, CSS Grid Layout, CSS Box Alignment, MathML, etc. Showing them in some low-end boards like the Raspebrry Pi using WPE an optimized WebKit port for embedded platforms.
Want to know what it takes to contribute to the development of #CSS specifications that style the #Web? Come hear @regocas (@igalia) at the #w3cdevs2018 #Meetup on 22 Oct. in #Lyon. Register at https://t.co/ul3YTbAyFj pic.twitter.com/rFqEawPAvo— W3C Developers (@w3cdevs) 20th September 2018
In my personal case I’ll be attending the CSS Working Group (CSSWG) and Houdini Task Force meetings to follow the work Igalia has been doing on the implementation of different standards. In addition, I’ll be giving a talk about how to contribute to the evolution of CSS on the W3C Developer Meetup that happens on Monday. I’ll try to explain how easy is nowadays to provide feedback to the CSSWG and have some influence on the different specifications.
Ever wanted to work on the design, specification and implementation of new web platform features? Does participating from anywhere in the world in a flat cooperative doing free software sound good? Igalia's hiring a web platform engineer! https://t.co/75A6I0zEfe— Daniel Ehrenberg (@littledan) 15th October 2018
Last but not least, Igalia Web Platform Team is hiring, we’re looking for people willing to work on web standards from the implementation on the different browser engines, to the discussions with the standard bodies or the definition of test suites. If you’re attending TPAC and you want to work on a flat company focused on free software development, probably you are a good candidate to join us. Read the position announcement and don’t hesitate to talk to any of us there about that.
See you at TPAC tomorrow!