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Open Source Roundtable
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Where's that Lizard?!
Last week, the Web Standards Project posted an open letter to Netscape, criticizing the project's delays and accusing it of ceding the browser market to Microsoft's Internet Explorer. WSP, which enthusiastically supported Netscape's gesture of open-sourcing the browser and the Mozilla project's goal of a standards-compliant browser, is disappointed that development has taken two years to develop the browser.
Mozilla advocates reacted strongly to the accusations, and have gone to lengths to point out all that's been accomplished with the Mozilla project.
O'Reilly Network brought together Tim Bray, a member of the Web Standards Project's Steering Committee, and David Boswell, head of Mozilla development at Alphanumerica, to explain their relative positions.
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