Proposed Browser Bookmark Sharing Standard.
lypanov at kde.org
Tue Jul 1 09:24:07 EEST 2003
On Tue, Jul 01, 2003 at 02:47:41PM +1000, Jeff Waugh wrote:
> Given that Epiphany is very firmly the odd one out here, and that all
> of the other browsers (including Safari) could very easily produce and
> consume XBEL (and importantly, produce/consume the *same* XBEL without
> losing any data), perhaps Marco should just try and munge it as best
> he can and let everyone else get on with using the de facto standard.
agreed, though obviously full interop would be even nicer,
and epiphany's model is possibly useful. i personally didn't
like it for the short period i tried it and actually prefer
the "normal" (:)) way, but i see no reason to try to get
some extra metadata adding to the spec to help epiphany along,
it will make the spec more flexible in any case.
main ones left then is nautilus (not really a problem according
to various people on irc.gnome.org), and mozilla, which is the
biggie. any mozilla people around?
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