Alternatives to the W3C

Simon St.Laurent simonstl at
Thu Jan 20 16:20:00 GMT 2000

At 10:57 PM 1/19/00 -0500, Didier PH Martin wrote:
>Didier replies:
>Please Ann, include in your answer the market share of each and the reality
>of the situation will become more obvious that the world is mostly dominated
>now by Microsoft Explorer, then followed by Netscape which every day gets
>its market share to shrink. Then, a plethora of 0.xx% market share browsers.
>Numbers tell us the reality Ann. Statistically speaking there are two
>browsers and one is getting more market share to the detriment of the other
>every day.

I wouldn't forget Opera, there.  It's a tiny part of my site traffic, but
many of the reader comments I've gotten have been Opera-specific.

About 75% of my site traffic is IE 4 or 5.  Personally, I always see it in

Simon St.Laurent
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