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Most of the fancy CSS features that you use in your style sheets are defined by a group of people who form the part of the CSS Working Group. Typically this occurs when members of the group/web developers bring a proposal for a feature in a CSS specifications — on the www-style mailing list typically — or a change in the definition, it gets discussed and then a few implementors (typically browsers such as Opera, Chrome, Safari or Firefox) implement it (or implementations are brought to discussions to become part of a specification), more discussions ensue and so on.

It’s hard to keep up with the latest in the CSS Working Group world, given the kind of intense conversations that occur daily. Typically most of the communication occurs over the mailing list and the working group also meets online once a week to push resolutions over some of these mailing list discussions. The group also meets a few times face to face over the year at various venues.

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