The W3C Web Applications Working Group ceased working on the specification in November 2010, citing a lack of independent implementations (i.e. the use of a database system other than SQLite as the backend) as the reason the specification could not move forward to become a W3C Recommendation.
Mozilla Corporation were one of the major voices behind the break-up of negotiations and deprecation of the standard, while at the same being the main proponents behind an 'alternative storage' standard, IndexedDB.
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