- Blake's Open Letter to Netscape. "In designing a browser based on Firefox, you are poised to release your first good product in six years. (...) You have a chance to win back some users, but it's going to take some internal reflection. You will need to ask yourself: why did Firefox succeed where we failed? As I look at the partial screenshot of the prototype, a 2x2 cross-section with what seems like more widgets and gizmos than the entire Firefox window, I fear you haven't yet figured out the answer to this question.". Ouch!
- Calling all modern browsers users to get along: Opera, netscape and project goals. I agree with Ali Ebrahim: I don't believe in the "one size fits all" approach. Diversity and standards-compliance are the key to a healthy Web.
Two interesting posts on mozillian blogs:
vendredi 19 novembre 2004. en