On 10/17/19 8:12 PM, ikilpatr...@chromium.org wrote:
On Thursday, October 17, 2019 at 11:06:48 AM UTC-7, Mats Palmgren
As far as I know, we never constrain new CSS features to secure
contexts. At least not on the property/value level.

According to
you should be?

"Effective immediately, all new features that are web-exposed are to be
restricted to secure contexts. Web-exposed means that the feature is
observable from a web page or server, whether through JavaScript, CSS,
HTTP, media formats, etc."

True, but we have never applied that policy for CSS features
as far as I know.  Just recently we've added 'column-span',
the ::marker pseudo, new 'display' syntax with values like
'inline list-item', 'block ruby' etc, 'clip-path: path()',
and a long list of other CSS features since 2018.

As far as I know we don't even have a mechanism that I could
have used to restrict subgrid to secure contexts.  And to be
clear: I have no intention of blocking subgrid on waiting for
such a mechanism.

Or does the policy wrong and needs to be updated?

Maybe, but that's not for me to decide.

The issue you raise is a good one, but it's not really related
to subgrid specifically.  Perhaps it would be better if you
start a new thread regarding how that policy applies (or not)
to CSS features in general?

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