All discussions about JS APIs.
For all HTML-related discussions. Not just the HTML standard (though that's a natural fit) but also all that attaches directly to it, most notably related to markup.
Discussion about this forum, its organization, how it works, and how we can improve it.
Discussion of all standards related to Web Components.
This category is for all CSS-related standards. Subcategories can be created for relevant topics, simply ask!
Category for discussing JS as a language.
This category is for discussing the <a href="https://specs.webplatform.org/url/webspecs/develop/">URL Standard</a>. Please read the <a href="https://specs.webplatform.org/docs/policy/anti-jerk.html">anti-jerk policy</a> before posting.
Media and Real Time Communications
This category is for announcements of events that are relevant to standards (e.g. <a href="http://testthewebforward.org/">Test The Web Forward</a>, workshops, meetups, etc.).
<em>Discussion of mapping-related Web standards. The Web is the modern printing press and Web maps depend on Web standards for existence. How can each influence the other towards an open standard map-friendly future?</em>
This category is for items related to web Architecture or architectural components which do not otherwise fit into one of the other categories. Examples might be design guidelines, best practices or architectural “findings” being worked on by the <a href="http://w3.org/tag">W3C TAG</a> or in other groups or fora.
This section is for anything relating to protocols used over the wire, such as HTTP, Web Sockets, JSON-based protocols on top of those, and more.
This is <strong>NOT</strong> for stuff you wish you had. It is for discussion of <a href="http://darobin.github.io/web-wish/">Web Wishes</a>.
This is the forum for discussions about <a href="http://asmjs.org">asm.js</a>: its design, implementation, specification, and evolution.
For all issues related to the goal of making Digital Publications first class entities on the Web, using all relevant Web technologies.