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Acid 3 is worthless says Rob Sayre's from Mozilla

Friday, March 28, 2008



I was looking over the spreadsheet covering Mozilla’s Acid3 failures, and it struck me that very few of the fixes would substantially improve the Web or the browser. They are bugs and they will be fixed (except maybe SMIL… wtf?), but they don’t impact authors or users at all. Looks mostly like an opportunity for grandstanding about “commitment to standards.” I think testing createNodeIterator while text nodes don’t interoperate is both misguided and hypocritical.

Besides, commitment to standards is strong at Mozilla, where we don’t constantly seek to rubber stamp our own implementation.



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