Found this in today's travels on the interweb.
And the final session of the morning was Chris Heilmann from Mozilla
talking very passionately about the broken promises of HTML5, which has
been touted for sometime as the Flash killer, but still hasn't really
lived up to that promise. Things that particularly provoked indignation
from Chris included the throw away taudriness of apps in the typical app
store, the lack of any decent html5 tools and the fact that the html5
developer community are obsessed with geeky one upmanship and have
ignored the interests of real users. I was particularly interested in
the Boot to Gecko project, which offers a light weight operating system
for mobile devices where the interface is HTML5 running in a browser
Wonder how many Firefox users would complain about Firefox showing that
banner across the top of the page if every site did that on the first
visit? First time I've come upon the banner.
I'll wait for the edited version of the other link I found, if one shows up.
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Some people just have to pass on the right, when you are supposed to
pass on the left. Depending on the country.