I don't know what to say except I can't do everything myself.
I always felt "contributing" was a shared experience, not a one man job.
I would assume others would help and contribute fixes as you have mentioned.
To me the issue of Netscape is not what is an issue here.
The issue is an individual asking help from a open and collaborative
community and getting shot down in the dark.
Whether Netscape or others can view something is not a big deal with some
testing and changes I'm sure it can.
This sort of testing would be done with others participating, that is the
hope and purpose of group development and collaboration, is it not?
A one man job is not like no job I've ever known.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Ron Chmara" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: "Michael Glazer" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Cc: "Rasmus Lerdorf" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>; <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Sunday, July 22, 2001 3:48 AM
Subject: Re: [PHP-DEV] Fw: PHP XMF
> On Saturday, July 21, 2001, at 06:43 PM, Michael Glazer wrote:
> > Hi
> > I was guessing that was the reason when you first said the
> > Why would I test it with Netscape? I wouldn't. Waste of time to
> > be honest.
> > The president of Netscape told me that their Netscape browser
> > doesn't work.
> Okay, is this a race to get into a bit-bucket?
> How about, oh, Opera for OS X, iCab, lynx, Netscape, Mozilla?
> (there are about 20 Mil
> pissed off MacOS users just around the corner...)
> You see, PHP is a language that is installed and used on a
> *very* large number
> of platforms, many of which that IE can't even hope to support.
> If you offered patches to PHP, to be applied if needed, or used
> closed source,
> for win32 folks, only, that could help your product.
> If your openly contribue your product to the PHP source, with the
> understanding that it will *fail* on many browsers, for many
> users, but were
> intending on fixing that problem, that could help.
> As it is, your source is broken, on at least 3 browsers. And you don't
> seem to be opening it up for repair.
> And you don't seem to intend to fix it.
> How does it help PHP to add standards-damaging (or standards breaking)
> code into the code base?
> Can't you just add it as a layer to pear?
> [EMAIL PROTECTED], 520-326-6109, http://www.opus1.com/ron/
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