|Email blink-dev using the “Intent
to Implement” template.
* ||Formal approval isn't necessary to proceed with
* ||Code cannot be checked into trunk without an LGTM in code
* ||Opposition on the "Implement" thread will likely resurface
when you try to ship, so try to resolve issues early
|Create an entry on chromestatus.
* ||You'll need to use an @chromium.org account for
chromestatus.com. If you don't have one, please fill out this
* ||If you have trouble with chromestatus, please open an issue
|File an OWP launch tracking bug
* ||Some launches may require a formal Chrome review. If your
feature has privacy, legal, or UI impact, please email
firstname.lastname@example.org to set a review in motion.
|Most changes should start a TAG
review. If you're not sure, file one. And link to the bug
tracker for that to make it easy.
|Implement your change as a Runtime-Enabled Feature.
|Your feature should have interop tests, preferably
web-platform-tests. If Chrome is the first one implementing a spec,
the requirements for web-platform-tests coverage + quality will be
fairly high for shipping.
|Optionally, run an origin
trial for your feature to collect developer feedback/data, as
input to the standardization process.
* ||If you answer “no” to all of the following questions, an
origin trial is unnecessary (see caveat in \[1\]).
* ||Is there disagreement about how well this API satisfies
its intended use case?
* ||Are you unsure about what API shape will be the most
ergonomic in real world scenarios?
* ||Is it hard to quantify performance gains without testing
on real world sites?
* ||Is there a reason that this API needs to be deployed to
real users, rather than behind a flag, for data to be
* ||If you decide to run a trial, or are unsure, please first
consult with the Origin Trials core team.
* ||Email email@example.com.
Google employees can alternatively schedule a meeting
directly with firstname.lastname@example.org.
* ||If you've decided to run an origin trial, do the following
steps. If not then skip to step 8 of the launch process.
* ||Follow the instructions on how to
run an origin trial. Google employees should see go/running-an-origin-trial.
* ||Email blink-dev using the “Intent
to Experiment” template. Wait for LGTM from at least 1
API Owner (again see caveat in \[1\]).
* ||At the start of every subsequent release, post an update
on usage of the feature on the intent to experiment thread
* ||There is an automatic and mandatory 1 week period when
your feature is disabled at the end of the origin trial,
before it potentially graduates to Stable. Tokens will
expire 1 week before the earliest stable channel launch
date, but note that a stable launch takes many days to
deploy to users. This exists to encourage feature authors to
make breaking changes, if appropriate, before the feature
lands in stable, and to make clear to clients of the origin
trial feature that in all circumstances the feature will be
disabled (hopefully only briefly) at some point.
|When your feature is ready to ship, email blink-dev using the “Intent
to Ship” template.
* ||Respond to any feedback or questions raised in the
* ||You need at least 3 LGTMs from API owners to launch.
* ||If you have resolved all feedback and are blocked on API
owner LGTMs, add email@example.com
requesting final approval.
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