From: Léonie Watson [mailto:t...@tink.uk] Sent: 21 June 2016 11:18
Yes, CR requires at least two implementations in shipping browsers. Once Pointer Lock is at Recc, hopefully the Shadow DOM content will be stable enough to include in Pointer Lock next. Correction: A CR doesn’t require 2+ implementations, but we do have to demonstrate that the spec has received wide review. The implementations are needed to exit CR as we move to PR though. Sorry, my fault for not paying attention! We plan to move Pointer Lock to CR, then to Recc within a few weeks. It seems like the most painless way to do things. The alternative was to include the Shadow DOM features but mark them as “at risk” during the CR. Given that Shadow DOM is still not stable, it’s likely we’d have to take those features out again for PR – which seems like extra work for the editor. Instead we encourage the editors to publish a WD of Pointer Lock 2 as soon as there is concensus on the Shadow DOM content. HTH Léonie.