Monthly Archives: December 2012

Reforming the W3C TAG

And so it has come to pass that W3C Technical Architecture Group (TAG) elections are afoot. Nominations have ended and the candidates have been announced. There are four seats open and nine candidates running, so it’s worth understanding why anyone should vote for the reformers (myself, Yehuda Katz, Anne van Kesteren, Peter Linss, and Marcos […]

Origin(al) Sins

Video is now up from a talk I gave in October at OWASP’s AppSec USA conference — something of a departure from my usual speil: Origin(al) Sins – Alex Russell from OWASP AppSec USA on Vimeo. I made some pretty glaring errors in the talk: you can’t combine sandboxing with seamlessness for cross-origin content. It’s […]