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"Talks and breakout sessions for both days"

We’re excited to announce the complete agenda for Web Engines Hackfest 2022, coming to A Coruña and the web June 13th and 14th, 2022.

On June 13th, there will be a number of talks (details below) as well as some unconference-style breakout sessions, the topics of which will be chosen by attendees at the beginning of the day. June 14th will be given entirely to breakout sessions in order to maximize the time attendees can spend working on and talking about the things they find most interesting.

If you are a member of the Web Platform community and would like to attend in person, please fill out the registration form; the deadline for registering is Friday, June 10th.

Talk Details

Day one will have two time slots for parallel breakout sessions, followed by:

  • “Working with browsers and Web Standards as partners” by Leo Balter (Salesforce)
  • “Unsolved problems in the CSS highlight pseudos” by Delan Azabani (Igalia)
  • “COLRv1 color vector fonts in Chrome and OSS” by Dominik Röttsches (Google)
  • “Modernizing Internationalization in Gecko and SpiderMonkey” by Daniel Minor (Mozilla)
  • “Introduction to WebXR” by Ada Rose Cannon (Samsung Internet)
  • “Expanding what’s possible on the Web: Project Fugu 🐡” by Thomas Steiner (Google)

The six talks will be livestreamed for anyone to see on the Hackfest’s YouTube channel. Each will be 20 minutes long, followed by a 10-minute speaker Q&A session that anyone can participate in via the Hackfest’s Matrix channel.

For more information, including our Code of Conduct, please visit the website.