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Subject: Re: UKNM: peoplesound.com
From: Stefan Magdalinski
Date: Fri, 26 Nov 1999 16:32:51 GMT

Nigell Boulton wrote:
> But when should we stop catering for every single browser / computer
> configuration? Should we cater for Unix users that are about 2% of the users
> on the off chance that they might buy something. Or do we cater for the
> majority that are running Windows 9* (NT) and IE4/5?
> And what about Mac, OS/2, Amiga, etc users?
> Aaaarrgggghhh!!!!

the decision about who to support is obviously up to each individual

but it's hell of a lot easier to support everyone if you avoid esoterica
unless you have a really really compelling for using it. and if you can
support everyone, then why not do so?

> Perhaps (if there isnt already) we should define a standard for web sites,
> eg they must run on 90% of visitors computers without errors and without
> demanding that they download plugins

yeah, let's call it HTML 3.2


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