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revised How are you handling browser compatibility in the new “rapid release” world?
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comment How are you handling browser compatibility in the new “rapid release” world?
Nick: So that would mean that right now we would no longer support Firefox 3.6, and in another 6 weeks we would no longer support Firefox 4 (as 6 would be released.) That is way too fast of a phase out for us to expect our customers to support.
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comment How are you handling browser compatibility in the new “rapid release” world?
Also, the more I think about it, that doesn't actually solve the testing portion of it.
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comment How are you handling browser compatibility in the new “rapid release” world?
We are seeing problems with "standards" not being handled correctly between firefox and chrome for instance (let alone IE9) so I don't think we are at the point yet where we say we support standards instead of browsers.
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