We're already using IE7, and assume we would be upgrading to IE8. It's
sad to see the huge following that IE6 still has. I'd imagine soon
many people will simply give up IE6 support. There has to be some
cutoff point for backwards compatibility... The time and effort put in
to hacking IE6 is such a burden on developers everywhere. Sadly it
seems many RB users companies don't see the benefits of upgrading,
though... I'd personally love to see the support for IE6 dropped so we
can have even faster / better upgrades to an already amazing tool.
Thanks for all the hard work!
On Apr 14, 5:39 pm, Christian Hammond <chip...@chipx86.com> 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.
> Christian Hammond - chip...@chipx86.com
> Review Board -http://www.review-board.org
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