[linux-elitists] random questions

Kevin A. Burton burton@openprivacy.org
Sat Dec 8 14:49:50 PST 2001


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Don Marti <dmarti@zgp.org> writes:
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> 
>    Now that there is a decent selection of web browsers:
>    http://kmself.home.netcom.com/Linux/FAQs/browsers.html for Linux, is
>    it time for independent sites to start breaking compatibility with
>    that nasty old Netscape 4.x in order to do the new web standards
>    right:
>    http://www.alistapart.com/stories/tohell/?
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I would LOVE to see this happen.  I have recently become addicted to CSS 2
(which Netscape doesn't support).  The konq and Mozilla now fully support it and
I think we need to ditch the properietary Netscape and MOVE ON!  :)

Kevin

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