Provocative post, worth a read...

"The total word count of the W3C spec catalogue is 114 million words... It is impossible to build a new web browser... It would be comparable in effort to the Apollo program or the Manhattan project."

@peter Disagree.

Case in point: the Flow browser is doing exactly what the author claims is impossible.

Krzysztof Jurewicz

@ppk @peter A quote from the linked interview: “We can’t realistically pass these tests 100% as they test such a huge set of APIs - it would take us years to catch up with other browsers so we can only focus on what is used by priority websites.”

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