What's next for Firefox on Linux?
Sep 15, 2010, 19:34 (1 Talkback[s])
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"Firefox is the open source project your non-open source friends
are most likely to have heard of. It's also the one they're most
likely to have used. In fact, Firefox has brought open source into
the light of mainstream attention, getting coverage alongside all
the usual technology and systems.
"At the same time, using the language of one of its own slogans,
it's enabled us to 'take back the web'. It's become such a dominant
force online that site builders can no longer ignore Firefox
rendering compatibility as they used to.
"Internet Explorer is no longer the only browser, and this means
people finally have access to an unabridged version of the web on
their desktops. But after some spectacular initial success, the
Firefox mission has stalled."