MathML in Chromium
MathML in Chromium
MathML plans for 2021
(15 Feb 2021)
Igalia will restart their MathML work in Q2 2021.
Q3 review of Chromium's MathML upstreaming
(07 Sep 2020)
We review the upstreaming progress (september 2020).
Igalia interview with Rick Byers and Rossen Atanassov
(15 Jul 2020)
Igalia's Brian Kardell sits down to chat with Google's Rick Byers and Microsoft's Rossen Atanassov to continue our discussion of rendering engine diversity and ecosystem health.
More MathML patches upstreamed to Chromium in 2020 !
(29 Jun 2020)
Review of the upstreaming progress during the first half of 2020 and what remains to do.
42 MathML Patches Upstreamed
(23 Apr 2020)
Basic support for fractions and scripts is implemented.
MathML in Chromium Upstreaming Progress
(19 Feb 2020)
Igalia continues steady upstreaming progress on MathML
MathML Conference 2020
(20 Jan 2020)
Igalia will organize the MathML Conference 2020.
Igalia Chats with Neil Soiffer on MathML
(03 Dec 2019)
Igalia’s Brian Kardell sat down with Neil Soiffer, long time MathML advocate and chair of the current MathML Refresh Community Group to chat about MathML, it’s history, challenges and what’s next.
MathML in Chromium: Upstream process started
(31 Oct 2019)
Igalia completed preparation phases and is ready to upstream patches
MathML and Browsers
(28 Aug 2019)
A review of browsers, web engines and native MathML implementations
MathML in Chromium: Project status after one semester
(25 Jul 2019)
Igalia team has almost completed the initial implementation.
MathML in Chromium: Igalia is making good progress!
(03 May 2019)
Igalia has made good progress on the implementation roadmap since the beginning of the project.
(08 Apr 2019)
Igalia will give an update on MathML at BlinkOn 10
Front slide of the MathML talk as rendered in a chromium-mathml build
Launch of the MathML project
(12 Feb 2019)
Igalia has begun implementing MathML in Chromium and working with others to improve interoperability.
NISO is sponsoring the implementation of MathML in Chromium
(27 Nov 2018)
NISO has received a grant from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation to support the implementation of MathML in Chromium.
NISO and Alfred P. Sloan Foundation logos