The rise in popularity of CSS extensions, such as Sass, in recent years has not gone unnoticed by the people who work on proposing and standardizing modules for CSS3 (and CSS4).
Web Developer, Author, Speaker
The Author, Peter Gasston
Peter Gasston works as a developer at Top10 and codes mainly client-side languages (although he's familiar with server-side as well). Peter is a keen advocate of open web standards, is the author of The Book of CSS3: A Developer’s Guide to the Future of Web Design (released May 2011), and has written for .Net magazine and CSS3.info.
Peter blogs on technical issues at Broken-Links.com, has spoken at Ignite London as well as various other web development meetings, and can often be found under the user name of 'stopsatgreen' (clever anagram).