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A scary data point

From: Paul Hoffman <paulh@imc.org>
Date: Mon, 8 Apr 1996 17:35:17 -0700
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Greetings, fellow HTTPers. I just ran across a not-so-heartening chart at
<http://www.interse.com/webtrends/>. Towards the bottom of the page, there
is a chart of the ratio of Netscape 1.X browers in use today to Netscape
2.0. As of March 1, there are still more people running 1.X than 2.0 (58%
to 42%), and the curves are not steepening.

This does not bode well for our assumption that deployed Web clients will
move to HTTP/1.1 soon after we release the final specs...
Received on Monday, 8 April 1996 17:37:55 UTC

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