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I love it when a good, real-life example falls right into your lap.
As you know from my recent posts, I’ve been doing a series of articles probing Mozilla and Firefox security claims. I think I’ve been pretty open about why, but I always seem to get pushback around the idea that there might be some false perceptions out there that I want to push back on.
Well, yesterday, Ed Burnette posted a blog entry on his ZDnet blog titled Firefox 3.0.6 fixes 69 bugs, some critical. This is of course getting the normal pro/con feedback, but check out TalkBack #5:
This comment and the associated perception speaks exactly to the points I’ve been trying to address in my recent analysis of claims vs reality.
This comment says it so matter-of-factly: “It’s quite impossible for FF team to sit on browser issues…”, and yet, this is not true…