We should start today !
I tottaly agree with the (anonymous) author.
I can not believe this comments, people really do not know what they say !!
It is a fact that Linux does not have a decent web browser, despite the fact that Netscape Inc. has proved to have a completelly different philosophy than Micro$oft ( just read the latest judicial agreement with Sun - for the use of Sun's Java Technology - I find it a great joke) Netscape 4.x or Mozilla are not up to the match with the quality of the MS Int. Explorer. If we admit that than we would start to provide for a great web browser. Nor Mozzila nor Netscape
4.x will, in the future, fullfill this gap, i am shure of it !!!!
We should start today, from scratch, a ligth web browser capable of show all kind of web content with a good (simple) method of caching and off-line browsing. Linux is a great free-unix, I use it almost always and love it, but the fonts, java and the memory consumption suxxs !
Linux deserves a "clone" of the IE 5.x (or something similar ;-) wich can give to users the same visual pleasure and web efficience. That is the only reason i still have win98 - because of the "show off-line" and appearance of web pages. I would prefer Linux ( the safest ) but since it doesn't do it so efficiently I use win98 for some times.
Galleon suxxs as much as Mozilla ! and after the excellent StarOffice5.2 it only lacks a IExplorer clone !!!!!!
Long live Linus(x) and thanks to freshmeat ( a great service to Linux and the community)..........