Archive for June, 2002

The WASP is back!

Tuesday, June 11th, 2002

The Webstandards project (WASP) is back. WASP originally had the goal to encourage browser makers to build w3c compliant programs – and they have suceeded. Now, that all modern browser support standard compliant code and are able to render CSS without bugs, it was time for phase 2 of the WASP: Though todayís browsers support [...]

Mozilla 1.0 shipping

Tuesday, June 11th, 2002

In case you are looking for a fast, standards compliant browser, check out the new Mozilla 1.0. Especially users who still use Netscape 4.7 might want to upgrade: It’s not from Microsoft, it’s stable, it’s free, and you can choose the old-school Netscape look if you like it that much . And it’s available for [...]

First SVG Conference

Tuesday, June 4th, 2002

From July 15 to July 17, 2002 the first SVG Conference will be held at ETH Zurich. The Conference is being organized by the W3C and ETH’s Institute of Cartography. A background Article on the conference can be found at ETH-Life (German). More information can be found on the Conference Web-Site


Sunday, June 2nd, 2002

A short message from your news provider Quack Internet Solutions: We’ve decided to publish our news in English, starting today. Why? Our referrer logs show that a large fraction of our visitors uses the Google translate function to view our site. Now back to our regular news-schedule: NYC-based celebrates it’s 7th year online. Congratulations! [...]