We're planning to make flex containers obey the row-gap and column-gap properties from https://drafts.csswg.org/css-align/#gap-flex .
"We" meaning chromium.
That gap support in Flexbox has been supported in Firefox for quite some time. It's really useful for some horizontal list of links (e.g. ones in the header in https://webkit.org/blog/ ).
Although that was a nice addition the way CSSWG did was not easily feature detectable (just repurpose `gap` props apply to Flex and add no `flex-gap` properties so `@supports` didn't work...)... I'd love Chromium/WebKit support the feature around the same time.
Chromium now supports this along with Firefox. It would be great to have webkit also support flex gap. Is this something that is being planned at all?