AOL with Gecko Beta Released
Thursday March 14th, 2002
News.com, along with some readers in our forums, are reporting that AOL has released a beta version of their software with Gecko enabled rather than IE. Click the Full Article link to see the email sent out to testers by AOL, as posted in our forums.
#2 they are faster than i expected!
Thursday March 14th, 2002 5:15 PM
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they are faster than i expected with making a gecko-based release. but this is indeed a great step towards web-standards, and will make it an easier job for all of us to demand standardconformant webpages. huh, i thought, i'd never say this, but i love AOL. now i do. not for their internet service, since i can't stand their approach of giving you anything you already have, just in AOL-ish... (does anyone know, if it's possible to connect to AOL without installing any extra-software like dialers or sortalike?) but i'm not their customer anyway. so i don't really care. but i love them for doing just those 2 things: * let netscape/mozilla live (and fund them =) * bringing good technologie to people, so they can view cool CSS-based sites correctly... IE's (and Opera's, too) support for background-attachment: fixed; is a shame.
so: let's hope the AOL/gecko combination will be a success.