Re: Debian, Iceweasle, Firefox!
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- Subject: Re: Debian, Iceweasle, Firefox!
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- Date: Mon, 26 Feb 2007 12:59:11 -0800
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Steve Lamb wrote:
> Paul Johnson wrote:
>> Steve Lamb wrote:
>>> Paul Johnson wrote:
>>>> I think that has more to do with Opera marginalizing themselves by
>>>> expecting people to put up with *more* ads or pay for a web browser.
>>> That has little to do with what the websites do with the user agent
>>> string than anything else.
>> I don't see it that way. I see their abuse of User-Agent as pandering to
>> get any audience and re-enforcing poor web design.
> Really, so what do you call it when Konquerer does it?
Still not a fan.
>>>> Sounds like the actual problem is that businesses should be less
>>>> willing to cut off their own nose.
>>> The problem is from their perspective, they're not.
>> I look forward to buying a used Aeron chair from their
>> going-out-of-business fire sale.
> Lemme know how that goes in 10 years.
I think that's being a little overoptimistic. SCO's puppetmasters are
probably going to start getting tired of their repeated and spectacular
failures sooner rather than later.