The responsive image team has been meeting regularly for a while. After our meeting earlier this week, we realized that make/core needs an update on what’s been going on with the RICG (Responsive Images Community Group) feature plugin, as well as to request feedback on a few questions. Our meetings are in #feature-respimg each Friday at 1900 UTC, so please come and chat to give feedback or if you’re interested in helping out! Background Several years ago, a ragtag group of web professionals identified a need for new HTML markup which would allow developers to declare multiple sources for an image—allowing devices to select the image source that was most appropriate for its own capabilities. Fast forward to today and all major browsers have either implemented these new tools or currently have them under consideration for development. With that as background, the RICG has been working on an Official WordPress Feature Plugin™ to test the viability of adding responsive image support natively into WordPress. Specifically, our aim is to automatically add srcset (using w descriptors) and sizes attributes to the image markup generated by WordPress. According to the WordPress.org plugin directory,
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