The information published in this post is now out-of-date.—IEBlog Editor, 20 August 2012
I will paraphrase Jeff Davis, a developer on the IE team, when it comes to setting parameters for what we will and will not talk about IEBlog.
We will happily post and discuss issues around what features should be in IE, how features work in IE, the importance of application compatibility in IE, tips and tricks in IE, answers to technical issues, security and extensibility in IE, web browsing in general, and what keeps us up at night.
For better or worse, there are some things we are just not at liberty to talk about. Unfortunately, due to our working with law enforcement around malicious hacking and attacks, we cannot comment on security issues currently under investigation. Another example: as much as we’d like to be “transparent” about what to expect when, we’re a publicly traded company and we have to abide by larger communication and announcement guidelines. After a feature is public, we will go into depth on it (e.g. see Jeff and Tony’s blogs about XP SP2 features they worked on).
I also strongly recommend that general feedback be posted on the Internet Explorer Wiki hosted on Channel 9.
Now, back to my day job.
P.S. to to everyone providing constructive feedback – thanks, we do appreciate it.