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Lostman 11-16-2003 11:22 AM


Originally posted by closet geek
Opera every time!!
Hells yeah!

cyberFISH 11-16-2003 11:35 AM

I was a big mozilla person until they brought firebird!

Its light, fast and very compatible, what else to say!!!!!

slakmagik 11-16-2003 11:39 AM

I'd be curious to know where Firebird is getting its votes from - mainly from ex-Mozilla and ex-Opera users but I wonder about the ratio between the two.

And it's interesting that, if you add up the Mozilla family of browsers it's almost as lopsided as the webserver category. (Well, okay, nothing's *that* lopsided, but still...)

synaptical 11-16-2003 03:03 PM

firebird (ex-mozilla user :D), and epiphany for when firebird crashes b/c of bad page code.

Baldorg 11-16-2003 03:30 PM


And if you download a few add-ons/skins it becomes godly.

fancypiper 11-16-2003 03:37 PM

Links works well and displays much better than lynx, but it isn't in the list. :(

mbegovic 11-16-2003 03:45 PM

Opera all the way. Windows or Linux. It's what I'm using right now.


eehoo 11-16-2003 06:22 PM


joseph 11-16-2003 07:09 PM

i will vote for Epiphany but since there is no Epiphany i will choose Mozilla

leonscape 11-16-2003 07:40 PM

Konq for me. It handles Javascript and Cookies better than any other browser. Its quick, and doesn't tack long to load. Firebird just didn't cut it for me. Nice but misses some important things to control over how it behaves. Just too basic for me. Galeon is good on Gnome.

a slacker 11-16-2003 09:53 PM


Originally posted by eehoo
Thats what I was just about to say ;)

Epiphany is without a doubt the best browser I have ever used

dbrody 11-16-2003 09:57 PM

Well, Epiphany is also Gnome's official browser, so its kinda suprising that it isnt on the poll...

jeremy 11-16-2003 11:15 PM

Epiphany has been added.


yapp 11-17-2003 06:51 AM

I've even installed Mozilla at my work, where I need to use Windows 2000. I like it a lot better then Internet Explorer.

Jay for mozilla :D

mariuz 11-17-2003 08:53 AM

Hey is *mozilla* firebird not simple *firebird*. There is an oss database named firebird (tm)

3. When referring to Thunderbird or Firebird before or during the 1.4 release cycle, make sure to use the project name with Mozilla pre-pended as "Mozilla Thunderbird" or "Mozilla Firebird" instead of Mozilla alone or Firebird/Thunderbird alone.

After the release of 1.4 we will be doing our primary development on the Firebird and Thunderbird projects. When we do releases of that codebase we should be using self-descriptive brand identities for the public and the press. New rule:

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