Some silly IE users nearby. They are complaining about pages that are appearing rendered in IE, instead of displaying in text form. Of course, this is because the files aren't actually HTML but just happen to have similar content and IE
does incorrect things in this case.
Of course, I was using a browser that handles everything
correctly so I never noticed a problem. I was wondering why I was working so much efficiently.
I have some ideas for the Unnamed Semantic Web Client involving XBL that require various low-level changes in order to work.
So, I've been looking at some of the
XBL code in Mozilla lately. There's a few bugs I'd want to see fixed and it would probably be simple enough to fix them myself. I think I understand the general architecture now to at least be able to say I know what I'm talking about. And Hyatt is offering a free dinner for helping him. (No link as all non-Safari related content seems to have disappeared from his Mozillazine-hosted site.)
If I could only get Mozilla to build properly, I might be able to do something.