From the IBrowse home page:
"...you will see an updated IBrowse around New Years Eve."
Hmmm. It's January 3rd. No IBrowse. But then again, no year is/was given in
the posting on the IBrowse home page at http://www.ibrowse-dev.net
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> From the IBrowse home page:
> "...you will see an updated IBrowse around New Years Eve."
> Hmmm. It's January 3rd. No IBrowse. But then again, no year is/was given
> in the posting on the IBrowse home page at http://www.ibrowse-dev.net
Nor is the actual date, period -- it says "AROUND New Year's Eve." [my caps, of course.] Oliver Roberts, I believe, said this on the IBrowse mailing list when asked about it. :)
I wonder why this is taking so long and why noone from the Ibrowse developers team
can be more specific about the reason it is taking so long.
I don't mind waiting some more if only I knew why I'm waiting.
I guess we'll be stuck with 2.2 forever...
isn't the reason obvious? they don't want to release v2.3 with *known*
bugs in it. currently there are two bugs left accordig to ibrowses