Alternatives to the W3C (was Re: Alternatives to the W3C)
If I may stray off-topic for a second, I'd like to second the view that a Good Idea supported by Running Code is probably the most workable alternative to the W3C standards slowgress; it's undoubtedly more effective than mailing list flame wars. But I digress, so back to the main point of this thread ... http://www.TheCounter.com/stats/1999/December/browser.html In brief: IE5.x 41%, IE4.x 36%, NS4.x 17%, everything else 1% or less. Based on about 497 million unique visitors (unique over what time period is not specified) over the month of December. Sites involved are mainly general-interest and not big commercial ones. All of which suggests to me that XML is best kept server side in open environments for a good while yet. Of course, 1% is enough people to earn you a gold record. Colin Muller Miles Sabin wrote: > > Brandt Dainow wrote, > > SUMMARY: > > IE 5= 46.6% > > IE 4= 23.2% > > NS 4= 25.8% > > NS 3= 01.5% > > REST= 02.9% > > I still have a gut feeling that 46.6% is unrepresentatively > high. xml-dev: A list for W3C XML Developers. To post, mailto:xml-dev@i... Archived as: http://www.lists.ic.ac.uk/hypermail/xml-dev/ or CD-ROM/ISBN 981-02-3594-1 Unsubscribe by posting to majordom@i... the message unsubscribe xml-dev (or) unsubscribe xml-dev your-subscribed-email@your-subscribed-address Please note: New list subscriptions now closed in preparation for transfer to OASIS.
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