Mozilla Labs has released a prototype conversation aggregator and Web 2.0-style communications platform for Firefox, Safari and Chrome users. The experimental open source tool, which altogether snubs Microsoft’s Internet Explorer, has been dubbed “Raindrop”. Mozilla said it hoped the prototype would “explore new ways to use …
If they have built to the agreed standards, then they are not shunning anyone or anything.
If someone decides not to build to those standards and to inter-operate with others, that is entirely their choice and they simply limit their customer base.
Anti trust time!
This is obviously anti-competitive behaviour since there is no version for Opera :P
Sounds almost like the useful parts of Google Wave without the user-baffling conceptual complexity of Wave?
If they built it to an open web standard then surely wouldn't it work in Opera too?
Be interested to see how it compares with this client: http://www.redbacksystems.com/liaison/
The original version released in 2005 could do most of what Google wave does.
Which webmaster would...
... use a toolkit that doesn't work with a browser that has somewhere between 30-70% of market share?
Make it tough on user makes it easy on developer
Make it easy on user makes it tough on developer
There should be a theory about conservation of difficulties.
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