Working together for standards The Web Standards Project

Who We Are

WaSP Group Lead

Derek Featherstone (CA)

WaSP Group Manager

Aaron Gustafson (US)

WaSP Members

WaSP Members are invited by the Group Lead to work on a variety of initiatives, including the Buzz Blog, other content areas of this Web site, and projects.

Emeritus & Former Members

WaSPs in the emeritus category are awarded a lifetime recognition for their contributions to WaSP but are seldom active within the organization.

  • Dean Allen
  • Douglas Bowman
  • Tim Bray
  • Owen Briggs
  • D.L. Byron
  • Tantek Çelik
  • Steven Champeon
  • Andrew Clover
  • Eric Costello
  • Rick Cecil
  • Anil Dash
  • Glenn Davis
  • B.K. DeLong
  • J. David Eisenberg
  • Meryl K. Evans
  • Todd Fahrner
  • Peter Fielding (Logo Design)
  • Matthias Gutfeldt
  • Molly Holzschlag
  • Shirley Kaiser
  • Chris Kaminski
  • Sally Khudairi
  • Scott Andrew LePera
  • Ian Lloyd
  • Ethan Marcotte
  • Matt Mullenweg
  • Tom Negrino
  • George Olsen
  • Dunstan Orchard
  • Anitra Pavka
  • Anders Pearson
  • Mark Pilgrim
  • Gareth Rushgrove
  • Dave Shea
  • April Siegfried
  • Dori Smith
  • Michael Sweeney
  • Steph Troeth
  • Jeff Veen
  • Aarron Walter
  • Jessamyn West
  • Simon Willison
  • Jeffrey Zeldman

CSS Samurai

The CSS Samurai was the Web Standards Project CSS Action Committee. Its members are CSS pioneers and advocates who worked to encourage bug-free implementation of CSS within user agents and other tools. Many CSS Samurai members have gone on to accomplish an impressive list of projects and influence in the area of Web standards.

  • John Allsopp
  • David Baron
  • Roland Eriksson
  • Todd Fahrner
  • Ken Gunderson
  • Ian Hickson
  • Braden McDaniel
  • Eric Meyer
  • Liam Quinn
  • Sue Sims

The Web Standards Project is a grassroots coalition fighting for standards which ensure simple, affordable access to web technologies for all.

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