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I'm not ignorant to the Mac OSX community. They're certainly out there. And, until google ports it to Safari, they can use Firefox. It is deceitful and wrong to say sidewiki is not cross-browser -- as a terminology nazi you should know this. It ran on two browsers in the initial release!!! Just because it doesn't run on your closed-source proprietary browser of choice, doesn't mean it is "dead in the water." Granted, this may not be the end-all solution for the Mac OSX community, but that does not mean it is not solution. And, that doesn't mean it is not a better solution for all of the perl community than sidewiki. I don't want to use two cpans (ANNO/search.cpan), you don't want to use two browsers. Unfortunately, the downside to the sidewiki solution is people without the sidewiki toolbar, such as Safari users, have to continue with two browsers.

Where are the browser stats for perlmonks or Lets show up, we apparently require more data to determine if the costs (more work for OSX users), is worth the gain less work for Firefox/Explorer and soon Chrome users.

Evan Carroll
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In reply to Re^4: Improving CPAN using Google sidewiki by EvanCarroll
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