Math contents today are well rendered in Firefox and WebKit-based browsers. We believe they will be greatly accessible once MathML gets implemented in the most widely used browser, Chrome, which accounts for 60% of market share in desktop and 85% of market share in mobile platforms. We are seeking funding from the STEM publishing industry and organizations from the education and scientific sector that would benefit from the MathML implementation in Chromium.
Why fund raising? MathML implementation requires a substantial development effort that requires a team of browser experts working for more than a year to ship the initial implementation. This is one of the main reasons why we think collective funding is a great initiative as it would mean enabling MathML in all open source browsers with partial investment from the beneficiary organization.
We are happy to discuss other special sponsorship options if you are interested in contributing. Your interest and sponsorship can make MathML a reality in all open source web engines.