I'm sad to say that as far as I know we are planning to stay with ie6.


On Tue, Apr 14, 2009 at 5:39 PM, Christian Hammond <>wrote:

> Hi everyone,
> I'd like to reopen the possibility of dropping IE6 support. Now that IE8 is
> arriving and existing systems will automatically upgrade to it, are there
> still companies here who are going to enforce IE6 usage? IE6 is now 2
> generations behind and 8 years old, and takes up a significant amount of
> time to test and support. Dropping this support will allow us to focus
> efforts elsewhere, remove hacks from the codebase, and improve usability in
> some areas.
> So please let me know (in private is fine) if:
> 1) Your company is using IE6 and will still require IE6 even after IE8 is
> pushed out.
> 2) Your company *was* using IE6 but plans to upgrade.
> Thanks,
> Christian
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