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hzn: Why would anybody want to do work on Phoenix? It'd be significantly less effort to implement the features it has that are worthwhile that NetSurf does not have in NetSurf, as well as not having any of your contributions placed under an obnoxious licence. Phoenix is so old-fashioned in its support for web standards, it'd take pretty much the same amount of time it's taken to get NetSurf where it is to bring it up to NetSurf's standard: surely that's wasted effort? Phoenix is a nice piece of interesting history, but I think it should be left in the history department.

 is a RISC OS Userrjek on 13/1/08 10:40AM
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