It's TAG election time again, and among a packed field, a few candidates stand out. If you've benefited from the way the TAG has become a functional and important part of the W3C and broader web ecosystem process in the past several years, I heartily recommend devoting your AC rep's first place vote to Jeffrey Yasskin.
The previous post spurred further investigations, and with the help of some of the folks who implemented `content-visibility`, there's perhaps an even more robust solution.
The new `content-visibility` CSS property finally lets us render only what's on screen. What could possibly go wrong?