We need the detection api because we wouldn't want to waste our expensive smell synthesis technology on the likes of webcrawlers and other robots who wouldn't benefit.
On Fri, Apr 1, 2016 at 12:01 PM Daniel Murphy <dmu...@chromium.org> wrote: > Don't forget, we also need: > > *SmellEvent* > > - "onsmellchanged" > - "onsmellstart" > - "onsmellend" > - "ongoodsmell" > - "onbadsmell" > > And the new detection api: > window.doesUserHaveNose() : Promise > > > On Fri, Apr 1, 2016 at 11:14 AM Delfi Ramirez <del...@segonquart.net> > wrote: > >> Garrett et al: >> >> I really appreciate your delicate sense of humour. Not sure if all the >> people in the list does the same. >> >> We all know a computer-- opossite to we human beings - is unable to >> interpret correctly, unconciently, the information pheromones and >> smells have. I am speaking now like that old student of Biology Sciences >> who is not anymore. >> >> But you have hit the nail with your delicate sense of humour. Really. >> >> Kind regards >> >> --- >> >> Delfi Ramirez >> >> My digital signature  >> >> +34 633 589231 >> del...@segonquart.net  >> >> twitter: delfinramirez >> >> IRC: segonquart Skype: segonquart  >> >> http://segonquart.net >> >> http://delfiramirez.info >>  >> >> On 2016-04-01 18:09, Garrett Smith wrote: >> >> > There has been good progress in HTML5 for <video> and <audio>. >> > >> > But the <smell> tag has been missing -- why? >> > >> > Well no longer, now thanks to a new game-changing proposal: >> > <smell autoplay value="cocoa.sm"> >> > >> > But it occurred to me: This could be huge paradigm shift in towards >> Internet Odorous Things. >> > >> > boolean `navigator.isSmellEnabled` >> > >> > Thank you, >> > -- >> > Garrett >> > Guitar Videos https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCY_uK9hur86KEuiG8s7yvWw >> > @xkit >> >> >> Links: >> ------ >>  http://delfiramirez.info/public/dr_public_key.asc >>  mail:%20del...@segonquart.net >>  skype:segonquart >>  http://delfiramirez.info >> >