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Commits on Nov 2, 2022

  1. Swap browsing session for traversable

    See whatwg/html#6315 for context.
    jakearchibald committed Nov 2, 2022

Commits on Oct 26, 2022

  1. Meta: my employer changed

    annevk committed Oct 26, 2022

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Commits on Mar 4, 2022

  1. Support obtaining a storage key from an environment

    Fixes #137.
    Co-authored-by: Anne van Kesteren <>
    wanderview and annevk committed Mar 4, 2022

Commits on Feb 11, 2022

  1. Add a storage key comparison algorithm

    This PR adds and exports an algorithm for comparing two storage keys. This will be useful for non-storage APIs that want to partition state using storage keys.
    Also, adding my name to the Acknowledgments section since I forgot to do this with my previous commit. :D
    recvfrom committed Feb 11, 2022

Commits on Feb 10, 2022

  1. Add obtain a storage key for non-storage purposes

    This commit adds a new algorithm for obtaining a storage key that is suitable for use in non-storage APIs (for instance, BroadcastChannel). Specifically, this algorithm works regardless of whether storage access has been granted and also allows a storage key to be obtained for opaque origins.
    recvfrom committed Feb 10, 2022

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  1. Meta: default branch rename

    Helps with whatwg/meta#174.
    annevk committed Jan 15, 2021

Commits on Oct 5, 2020

  1. Be more vague about UI guidelines

    In particular we don't want to say "schemeless site" as a partitioning-based approach would likely clear a non-partitioned site as well as multiple partitioned sites and that should be allowed as well.
    annevk committed Oct 5, 2020
  2. Meta: link Review Draft

    annevk committed Oct 5, 2020

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Commits on Jul 8, 2020

  1. Quota is not supposed to be a function of available space

    Also make it clear usage and quota for storage shelves are ultimately implementation-defined.
    Helps with #95 and #70.
    Closes #106.
    annevk committed Jul 8, 2020

Commits on Jun 29, 2020

  1. Meta: update repository files

    foolip authored and annevk committed Jun 29, 2020

Commits on Jun 15, 2020

  1. Clarify storage endpoint quota

    Closes #103.
    annevk committed Jun 15, 2020

Commits on Jun 14, 2020

Commits on Jun 5, 2020

  1. Add hooks for HTML

    "legacy-clone a browsing session storage shed" can be used by HTML to define creation of auxiliary browsing contexts, as part of whatwg/html#5560.
    "obtain a storage key" can be used by APIs that share keying logic with storage, such as BroadcastChannel and shared workers. See whatwg/html#3054. It's potentially also useful for Indexed DB as discussed in w3c/IndexedDB#334.
    Also helps a bit with #95 by reorganizing and adding some more detail to how a user agent is supposed to manage storage.
    Closes #92.
    annevk committed Jun 5, 2020
  2. Add the ability for bottles to have a quota

    And use this to port HTML's 5 MiB suggestion.
    See #95.
    annevk committed Jun 5, 2020

Commits on May 15, 2020

  1. history.pushState() is not a storage endpoint

    Also add some folks to the Acknowledgments section for helping with the previous commit.
    Closes #50.
    annevk committed May 15, 2020
  2. Finally define storage infrastructure

    This defines the underpinnings of storage endpoints so there is a single coherent model for all storage needs of the web platform.
    Closes #18.
    annevk committed May 15, 2020

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Commits on Apr 17, 2020

  1. Cleanup example formatting, including a typo

    Also add some p element start tags.
    Fixes #68.
    annevk committed Apr 17, 2020
  2. Do not use site to mean website

    HTML made site a specific authority-related term. Continuing to use it for origin-bound data would be quite confusing (and might already have been).
    Closes #82.
    annevk committed Apr 17, 2020