Request for comments
Bob La Quey
robert.laquey at gmail.com
Sat Apr 11 22:56:43 PDT 2009
On Sat, Apr 11, 2009 at 10:43 PM, SJS <bofh at stremler.net> wrote:
> No. Yes -- at least, not until I get a browser that isn't broken by design
> when it comes to JS.
>> I suppose I could either toss out a message or an image as a minimum.
> That would be nice. Giving up JS means giving up some interactivity, and
> I'm actually okay with that.
Most of the intended audience is quite happy to give up security for
interactivity. Indeed most are no even aware that there is a security
> It's my computer, so I ought to get to rewrite the programs that run on it.
> Stewart Stremler
You can. Just use Greasemonkey ;) Or more generally OSS, but then you
BTW, I also have no intention of supporting anything older than IE6.
NS4 is not even on the horizon. If it works fine if not fine. I am not
sure I understand the argument that says one should support all
I am also not supporting the vast majority of human languages. Nor do
I intend to do so.
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