Re: [svg-developers] Death to Flash?
- On 08/02/2010, at 2:20 PM, Doug Schepers wrote:
> *sigh*.With all due respect, Doug, some of us have a deep well of cynicism within us that was born from many years' bitter experience. I'm glad you're upbeat, and hope you're right to be so, but I don't think it's time to be rejoicing just yet, and I don't think it's helpful to be casting those who don't agree with you as misguided or uninformed.
> Maybe some of you didn't get the memo. Microsoft joined the SVG WG and
> are actively participating, and it seems likely that they are
> considering SVG support, as well as support for parts of HTML5. Let's
> hope we find out more soon.
When I see SVG running natively in IE, THEN I will reconsider some of my more cynical thinking. Possibly. :-)
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Date: Sun, 7 Feb 2010 02:45:39 +0000
Subject: RE: [svg-developers] Re: Death to Flash?
As we all know, raw log analysis can give a misleading impression of
browser use. I am sticking my neck out here, but based on some highly
selective analyses of a few quiet sites I am involved with, I'd say that
the vast majority of IE6 "users" on there are actually Chinese robots.
Certainly the IE6 "users" don't behave like real people compared with
those who use 21st century browsers.
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Sent: 05 February 2010 23:08
I think it's fair to say that in some demographics (eg web developers,
expert users) IE has been out of favour for a long while
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