Attending: Scott, Timmy, Rafael, Gabriel, Leo
- jQuery 3.0 down to 7 issues w/o PRs
- Still plan to release January 12 – Microsoft’s date to drop IE8
- selector-native.js now passes jQuery tests!
- markelog working on 1.12 and 2.2. Lots of commits to migrate. The plan is to include high-priority bug fixes and no breaking changes for this last release before 3.0.
- Need to draft a response to web platform tests on why browsers the running the jQuery test suite is a good idea
- Finishing 1.12 upgrade guide and API docs
- Trying to set up api.jqueryui.com/1.12/ so docs are published during the pre-releaes phase
- Reached out to several people for button accessibility testing, but got no replies
- Making progress on selectmenu
- Cory is working on the remaining widgets for 1.5
- Anne is working on docs
- Amanpreet working on tests
- No update
- supporting ember-qunit to ship new QUnit 1.20 features, as nested modules
- Released 0.4.0
- Better support webpack, browserify
- WIP build on the CDN now
- Andrew (Twitter) finished Unit Formatting implementation #512, landed and published as beta 1.1.x. (this is old news I couldn't include in past meeting)
- Unicode Conference 39
- Tripadvisor has a pilot using Globalize for i18n on frontend. They use angular.js. Chetan (Tripadvisor engineer) to use react-globalize as a baseline to write angular integration.
- Adobe has projects using react.js and has shown interest on using react-globalize integration. Rafael walked through some code with Yohann and Shailesh (both Adobe engineers).
- Kris was back from TPAC and Web Summit
- Question: How much of newer parts of the Pointer Events spec is in the polyfill -> Answer: Nothing that hasn’t been specced yet.
- Trying to get jQuery test suite into W3C’s web-platform-tests so that it’s run by all the browser vendors
- Ben is not interested in working on Grunt anymore
- Looking for a new project lead