Archive of UserLand's first discussion group, started October 5, 1998.
Re: Netscape and CSS
Author: Jason Levine Posted: 12/11/1999; 10:37:10 AM Topic: Netscape and CSS Msg #: 13566 (In response to 13565) Prev/Next: 13565 / 13567
I'm not pelting Andrew on this -- you're right, he didn't say it. This message purported that Netscape 5.0 will be "an entirely new way of thinking", and since I too have experience with the product, I felt justified in responding. Nobody has to tell me that nobody said something; I feel that my paraphrase of a message that stated the above as well as "I don't see a reasonable way to compare the two any more [sic]" was justified.
Note that I do respect what Andrew and Netscape is trying to do, and to that end, I now have Mozilla installed on all three of my machines at home (all three different platforms), and plan on trying to contribute to their development process where I am able to.
And I agree, I wish to death that there were other browsers to play with, compare, use features from, and bask in.
There are responses to this message:
- Re: Netscape and CSS, Dave Winer, 12/11/1999; 10:47:48 AM
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