Erik Funkenbusch <erik@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On 14 Oct 2006 11:33:15 -0700, Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>> Firefox: Mission Accomplished
>> ,----[ Quote ]
>>| When the folks from Mozilla prepared to launch their open-source
>>| Firefox 1.0 browser two years ago, their hope was to gain enough
>>| market share to compel Web sites to adopt open standards--rather
>>| than standardizing on Microsoft's proprietary Internet Explorer
>>| browser technology. Job done. Firefox has anywhere from a 10% to
>>| 18% worldwide market share among browser users, depending who is
>>| counting, and almost every Web site that matters makes it possible
>>| for Firefox users to fully access their pages. The turning point
>>| came earlier this year when banks and financial services outfits
>>| including American Express and Fidelity switched over. Now, with
>>| the impending arrival of the Firefox 2.0 browser, you can expect
>>| Firefox to gain even more share and make it even more difficult
>>| for Microsoft to call the shots, technology-wise, on the Web.
>> Firefox is important for the same reason ODF is important. Both open a
>> lot of doors for Linux users...
> Actually, it's Microsoft itself that's making sites more Firefox friendly.
> Microsoft technologies like ASP.NET are now much friendlier to FF and
> Opera, including generating XHTML compliant code.
Attempting to generate XHTML compliant code---but failing.
Erik funkybreath is LYING ONCE AGAIN.
Really erik, maybe you should just leave.