- Say what it does.
- Show a working example.
- Include the full code of the example.
- Explain the example using code chunks interspersed with descriptive paragraphs.
A simple & sensible blueprint!
“A conference on ECMA-262” doesn’t sound particularly exciting, so I can understand the organisers of Full Frontal 2009 wanting to pick a name that was perhaps more attention grabbing. I’m heading along there tomorrow, and depending on the format (& facilities at my disposal) I’ll hopefully be able to blog and tweet throughout.
I wondered how hard it would be to get this site fully compliant with the as-yet unpublished HTML5 spec. Please excuse the dust. Most things are in and working. Still to tweak are nested comments and a few CSS niceties.
The idea of twitoaster is that it allows twitter users to reply to posts using tweets, so the discussion can live in many places. Nice. Fellow twitter users, I’d be most grateful if you could try this out to let me see if does what it says on the tin. Tweet comments are moderated, so they won’t appear immediately, but they should appear once I’ve seen them.