Working together for standards The Web Standards Project

In an effort to refocus energy on advocating for standards from a perspective of universal access and vendor neutrality, WaSP is handing over the reigns of the BrowseHappy campaign to the good folks at WordPress.

The move comes after WaSP members examined past and present activities and decided that while the BrowseHappy campaign serves an important role its lack of neutrality has actually put WaSP in a compromising position by seemingly showing favoritism toward specific browsers.

You can read more about the move in the press release.

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