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Dennis Riedel obtained some scars in the last 4 years creating and optimizing websites and -applications in different browsers for marketing clients. He is curious to know how far the browser vendors are with their implementation of the HTML5 standard. Interested in the participatory approach of P2PU and SoW, he is looking forward to organize his first course after two seasons as participant.
As reporters, analysts and programmers the participants will take part in the ongoing "HTML5 Browser Tournament" and create a report (website) on the state of HTML5 implementation at the time of Fall 2010.
During the week they will work on research and implementation of HTML5 features in different browsers. At the end of each week the team gathers together, using Skype or Tokbox, for a final review of results and achievements and a kick-off for the next assignement.
While working on their assignments they use agreed upon communication tools (e.g. email, mailing list, website, ...) to exchange status, to help each other on problems and share experiences. A central and open repository will contain the code that will be developed (github).
Themes we plan to cover: