Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sat 15th Aug 2009 00:04 UTC
Opera Software "Opera 10 beta 3 was released Wednesday for Windows, Mac, and Linux users. With a strong European following, the preview version has been able to keep this popular alternative browser competitive by offering page rendering quality comparable to Google Chrome, while offering a robust list of features."
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RE[2]: open it?
by righard on Mon 17th Aug 2009 11:51 UTC in reply to "RE: open it?"
righard
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2007-12-26

I, and I think many others, indeed think Opera is unable to overcome there issues. They focus on that what is important for there business and ignore the rest.
That text-to-speech thing for example, you realy think it was still broken if it was open source?

It would indeed be a very good thing if Microsoft where to open-up everything.

A true democratie is not compairable to open source, in a true democratie you only choose what person(s) rule everything for the next couple of years, the power is not with the people, with open source it is.

That neighbour thing it stupid, it's like saying "Why don't we ask the Linux-guys to leave there firewalls open by default."

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