[OWASP-LEADERS] Food for thought - Web Browser compatibility

David Raphael david.raphael at ceterum.net
Tue Apr 8 14:15:38 EDT 2003


Agreed.

On Tuesday, April 8, 2003, at 11:54  AM, Alex Russell wrote:

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> On Tuesday 08 April 2003 11:47 am, David Raphael wrote:
>> However, do you support 90%? or 100%?  I am leaning towards 100%.  I 
>> am
>> just imagining how many Sun Workstations are running Netscape 4.xx.
>> and those are J2EE developers that are going to be very unhappy with 
>> no
>> NS4 support.
>
> I'm not saying we shouldn't "support" it, but rather that jumping 
> through
> non-standard hoops to make things look good or to provide above-average
> functionality to NN4 is a waste of time, and very likely a mistake.
>
>> We can support NS4.  But the question is should we?
>
> Not explicitly, no. Give NN4 the "degraded" version. The site degrades,
> right?
>
> - --
> Alex Russell
> alex at netWindows.org
> alex at SecurePipe.com
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