Things are starting to heat up in the debate over web standards the rate of change. PPK writes on QuirksMode:
Pushing the web forward currently means cramming in more copies of native functionality at breakneck speed — interesting stuff, mind you, but there’s just too much of it.
Dave Rupert seemed to really disagree with it:
Furthermore, why does everyone blame the things they don't use and understand well (features, frameworks, CSS) for why the web sucks?
— Dave Rupert (@davatron5000) July 28, 2015
I seem to land somewhere in the middle. We can move the web forward without being bleeding edge but also not sit on our hands and change nothing.