… or not.
First, read Asa’s, titled “100 million downloads?”:http://weblogs.mozillazine.org/asa/archives/2006/01/100_million_dow.html — then read Daniel Goldman’s post on the “same subject”:http://operawatch.blogspot.com/2006/01/opera-browser-reaches-100-million.html#comments. You can round this off by reading “Rijk’s entry”:http://my.opera.com/Rijk/blog/show.dml/112165 on the same subject. _Then read this:_
# No matter what you may, or may not think about Asa, Firefox, or either of the Mozilla organization/corporation: Accusing Asa of click fraud is _not_ amusing. It’s not right, and you should not do it.
# No matter what you may, or may not think about Asa, Firefox, or either of the Mozilla organization/corporation: Accusing Asa, or anyone he knows of violating NDA’s is not amusing, it’s not right, and you should not do it.
# Accusing Rijk of posting anything to the Opera forums, when “Olli”:http://my.opera.com/olli/ says he’s the poster of anything is _not_ amusing, it’s not right, and you should not do it.
# Before making any sort of speculation as to why the given graphic was on the site is futile. Read what Eskil wrote;
Some people were playing around with ideas and that page was never meant to be made available online
And to fanboys on either “side” (I know you read this): Please, instead of wasting all that time on endless flamewars against the “other browser”, spend your time _evangelizing the product you actually use!_ Or do you want to be “a zealot?”:http://virtuelvis.com/archives/2003/02/zealots Remember, we are all trying to escape the “browser monoculture”:http://www.microsoft.com/windows/ie/default.mspx
(And to anyone this is not already obvious to, these words are my own.)
Conspiracy theorists, unite
… or not.
Posted by Arve on 2006-01-16