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RE: Ringmark is now open source

From: Matt Kelly <mk@fb.com>
Date: Wed, 4 Apr 2012 23:09:59 +0000
To: Marcos Caceres <w3c@marcosc.com>, Tobie Langel <tobie@fb.com>
CC: Thaddee Tyl <thaddee.tyl@gmail.com>, Wonsuk Lee <wonsuk11.lee@samsung.com>, "public-coremob@w3.org" <public-coremob@w3.org>
Message-ID: <9A96676420EDC341844B0BD0878509E62C48CAA6@SC-MBX01-4.TheFacebook.com>
The point of Ringmark is to enable developers to build modern web apps for smartphones (primarily touch devices).  Opera has a browser on smartphones, but it doesn't have significant market share.  Opera mini, which does have a large amount of market share, is targeted at feature phones.

-----Original Message-----
From: Marcos Caceres [mailto:w3c@marcosc.com] 
Sent: Wednesday, April 04, 2012 4:02 PM
To: Tobie Langel
Cc: Thaddee Tyl; Matt Kelly; Wonsuk Lee; public-coremob@w3.org
Subject: Re: Ringmark is now open source




On Wednesday, 4 April 2012 at 23:44, Tobie Langel wrote:

> On 4/5/12 12:36 AM, "Marcos Caceres" <w3c@marcosc.com (mailto:w3c@marcosc.com)> wrote:
> 
> > Even if we stick to the current model, seems kinda weird to ignore 
> > Opera given that it's the world's most used mobile browser 
> > (according to stat counter [1]).
> 
> That's nearly exclusively Opera mini, unfortunately. :(
> 

What's your point? Is that not considered a web browser? 

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Marcos Caceres
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