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> On the other hand, there's virtually no community for whom it would be reasonable to ask to make config changes to view a site, so you you simply can't use cutting edge features. Experimental site designs will be harder to show off and we'll have less public consideration of the implications of new recommendations since there's much less joy in putting together projects that few people will see.

Showing off demos leveraging experimental browser features that don't happen to be CSS features has often been done with requests to make config changes, because the "put it behind a config flag until it is ready" is pretty standard for everything other than CSS (and, actually, browser vendors have also done it for plenty of experimental implementations of CSS, whether or not the features themselves are standard or vendor-prefixed experimental extensions.)




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