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JSON modules #375

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littledan opened this issue May 19, 2019 · 3 comments
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JSON modules #375

littledan opened this issue May 19, 2019 · 3 comments

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@littledan
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littledan commented May 19, 2019

Góðan dag TAG!

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  • Relevant time constraints or deadlines: None, but note that there is interest in implementing from Google, Mozilla, and Microsoft.
  • [ x ] I have read and filled out the Self-Review Questionnare on Security and Privacy. There are no new security/privacy concerns, as this proposal follows JavaScript modules with respect to the usage of fetch
  • [ x ] I have reviewed the TAG's API Design Principles

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littledan commented May 21, 2019

Note, this is a WHATWG HTML standard, not TC39 (though I do plan to keep TC39 in the loop about it).

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hober commented May 22, 2019

Just a quick triage note for my colleagues on the TAG: I semi-arbitrarily picked an initial set of assignees; please remove yourself if you don't want to be assigned to this review.

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kenchris commented Jul 10, 2019

We looked at the feature and from the TAG side we are happy with it!

Thanks for flying TAG!

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