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Author Topic: Watch a panel discussion about browsers  (Read 3029 times)

KenR

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Watch a panel discussion about browsers
« on: March 08, 2007, 06:26:41 PM »
Here's an interesting video of a panel discussion about web browsers by representatives from MS, Mozilla, and Opera

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Presented by the Silicon Valley WebBuilder, this event brought together Mike Shaver from Mozilla, Chris Wilson from Microsoft’s IE team, Håkon Lie from Opera, and expertly moderator Douglas Crockford from Yahoo! to talk about the current state of the browser landscape.
At first, each person got a chance to say their peace. Here are some core items that each person said...

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Re: Watch a panel discussion about browsers
« Reply #1 on: March 09, 2007, 05:39:45 AM »
That was actually quite interesting, thanks for sharing! :)

In particular, I'm liking what I hear about browsers implementing native support for videos, seeing as I agree with Håkon Lie about plugins being a bad thing. After all, who haven't encountered playback problems when moving from platform to platform? The day we are able to get rid of WMV, RM & QT etc., things will get a whole lot easier from a users standpoint.
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