And more about Firefox - i keep reading about it and i can't stop getting fascinated by it. It's a proof that free software works and that it can be used by regular people. It's a proof of Microsoft's lies, dirty tricks and incompetence.
There are many astonishing things about Firefox. The dedication of the programmers who developed Firefox to do The Right Thing - to write a free browser which will support the best technical standards and will be not just usable, but cool too. The dedication of the user community, of which i am proud to be a part to using and promoting, even with the worthy alternatives around (Safari, Opera, Konqueror and well, IE). Even it's logo makes me shed tears. Free software done right changes the world. It actually does.
Firefox has been downloaded 200 million times. This number probably includes previous versions. It means little about actual market share. But why not celebrate?
My older Firefox-related entries: