<webview> API common subset between vendors

Hi all,

I put up a wiki page that summarize the browser-api or <webview> API
that has been implemented by vendors here:

 https://wiki.mozilla.org/WebAPI/BrowserAPI/Common_Subset

Next step is to decide what APIs should be included in our <webview>
implementation and their semantics.

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