The National Information Standards Organization (NISO) is the primary sponsor of this project through a grant from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. They have shown a great support on the MathML in Chromium initiative and will be sponsoring the main part of the project which is described in the Project Roadmap.
We are very happy to have their support and we really hope more companies/organizations could join them to help us in the development of extra features, improvement of test coverage and interoperability, in addition to retake the work around MathML standard at W3C.
The best way for your company/organization to show support for MathML is to become an official sponsor. Become sponsor and get your logo displayed on our web site! In addition, you will get the benefits summarized below.
With your support we’ll be able to advance more in the developemnt of additional features, improve interoperability between the different web rendering engines implementations and work on the MathML standard. All this additional work is described in the Project Extras.
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. Please contact us to discuss conditions and payment options.
Not only browser companies but also companies that have interest in specific specifications have collaborated with Igalia to push the implemention of web technologies forward. CSS Grid Layout is an example of such technologies whose support in Chromium and WebKit has been developed by Igalia since 2012. Mozilla or Apple have worked on integrating and maintaining MathML support in their browsers (with the help of volunteers) but the big improvements in WebKit were again led by Igalia. Implementing standards in browsers is a long-term effort that not everybody can achieve alone. That is why we started a collective fundraising campaign for implementing MathML in Chromium. This will hopefully open the way to future exciting collaborations between all the actors of the Web.