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Weekend Discussion

Friday March 24th, 2000

Time for another weekend discussion. The question this weekend:

What do you feel is an appropriate level of integration between a browser and an Operating System? And at the other end of the spectrum, what are your feelings about Mozilla's cross-platform approach?


#55 Integration? What about...

by basic <_basic@yahoo.com>

Monday March 27th, 2000 12:56 AM

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Browser integration into almost anything is inevitable in this web/net crazy age. How it is integrated is the question. IE/Win98 was a good experiment to show how not to integrate a browser. Ooops...

I take that back. Browsers should not be integrated into anything!!!! But a WWWeb/XML based GUI/shell will be. Win98 was another "nice try", but IE is hardly what I'd call a XML based shell. I believe that Moz is the best candidate for such a GUI/shell... so far. There will be better ones later, but Moz proves that it can be done. And speaking of IE, just saw this on Web standards mailing list.

Subj: [stds]Mac IE5 available now

Date: 3/26/00 9:57:24 PM Pacific Standard Time

From: <paulv@transmitmedia.com> (transmit)

Sender: <standards-admin@webstandards.org>

CC: <standards@webstandards.org>

Available now:

<<http://mschus.http>://www.conxion.com/download/ie5mac/install/5/macos/en-us/ie5en. bin>

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Paul Vachier <paulv@transmitmedia.com>

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