KDE browser work team
treat at kde.org
Wed Jul 1 22:33:27 BST 2009
On Wednesday 01 July 2009 05:08:28 pm Stefan Majewsky wrote:
> Am Mittwoch 01 Juli 2009 23:00:35 schrieb Adam Treat:
> > On Wednesday 01 July 2009 04:47:54 pm Stefan Majewsky wrote:
> > > I'm asking because I think we could improve things dramatically if
> > > major sites worked better. Of course, it's not nice if a site of a
> > > little restaurant does not work, but it is a disaster if Digg or
> > > Slashdot does not work
> > Eye of the beholder. If a site I want to view does not work, then that
> > is a *major* site to me. It isn't like anyone thinks to themselves, "My
> > web browser can't view this interesting site that I wish to read, but
> > that is Ok and I won't get upset since it isn't a major site!"
> In no way do I deny that broken websites piss off people no matter how
> important the sites are. I'm concerned that much mud is being thrown at
> KHTML for its misrendering of popular sites, and meant that we could create
> a much healthier climate in the KHTML discussion by (temporarily?) focusing
> on fixing popular websites. And a healthier climate could help attracting
> new developers, which is a Good Thing™.
Ok, I guess I was just reacting to your inclusion of Slashdot as a major site
:) I don't doubt it might be a major site for you and that's kinda my point.
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