Mozilla Firefox Wins Best of Show and Best Open Source Solution at LinuxWorld
Tuesday August 3rd, 2004
Brian Ryner writes: "This afternoon it was announced that Mozilla Firefox won the awards for Best of Show and Best Open Source Solution at the LinuxWorld Conference and Expo in San Francisco. The finalists were judged by a panel of judges from across the industry. Chris Hofmann and Ben Goodger accepted the awards on behalf of Mozilla Foundation."
I've been using Firefox/Mozilla and Thunderbird for quite q long time now. Great software and you guys deserve it.
Because my designs best viewed with Firefox :)
> Because my designs best viewed with Firefox :)
revival of the bad old "best viewd with ..." days?
#4 Re: Re: Everyone should use it
Wednesday August 4th, 2004 3:31 AM
Indeed. The Mozilla folks have actually discouraged that, because it sounds like the site needed to be written specifically for Firefox. Better to instead have a "Get Firefox" button, or say something like "Best viewed with a standards-compliant browser", or both.
To previous poster: <http://www.anybrowser.org>
as for firefox buttons, google 'em or visit firefox help on your links bar.
Unfortunately, our site is best viewed in Mozilla-based browsers too.
Because we use 'almost-standards mode' which is not supported by IE 6, and Opera has some bugs to iron out. (They've been confirmed, and their working on them.) IE ignores the doctype anyway, so it's not like "not supporting" is the right word. We also support Safari and Konqueror by using almost-standards mode.
Comments on that?
Congratulations on a well deserved award. Mozilla Firefox is clearly the best of the show to me. :-)
Firefox is the best opensource solution, optimal in connection with Linux!