Mozilla opposes Google Chrome Frame. No soup for you.
Sep 30, 2009, 15:32 (1 Talkback[s])
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"Mitchell Baker Chair of the Mozilla Foundation has come out
swinging against Chrome Frame, which is a plug-in for Microsoft's
Internet Explorer providing Google Chrome rendering technology.
Microsoft has said that Chrome Frame isn't a good thing and
Mozilla's Baker sees it as leading to further browser fragmentation
"Baker sees Chrome Frame leading to a 'browser soup' where users
(and developers to some extent) are using a 'soup' of browser
components which could lead to control and potential security
""I predict positive results will not be enduring and -- to the
extent it is adopted -- Chrome Frame will end in growing
fragmentation and loss of control for most of us, including web
developers," Baker blogged."