[Inspiration: a blog post by Ziyun Fei.]
Edge is a different kind of conference, for developers with experience to share, who want to see and bring improvements to the web platform. Our emphasis is on creating a good environment for productive debate and discussion, rather than presenting the experiences of a single speaker.
Each themed session is an hour long, and starts with a maximum 10 minute talk by an expert in that topic, outlining the current state of the platform in that area. [...] The remainder of the session will be given over to an open but structured discussion, with a professional moderator and a panel of seasoned developers who have in-depth knowledge of the subject. [...]
Session participants will include [...] a notetaker to record the discussion so we can share it on the web later.
- IE6 is mostly dead, as it should be.
- IE7 and IE8 still see considerable usage, but it’s on the decline.
- IE9 is currently most popular. As of 2012-11-15, it is the oldest Internet Explorer still supported by Google.
- IE10 usage is still low.