Joining "IE 6 no more" campaign
It is not the first campaign when someone is trying to kick out IE6 from our life. I guess it all started with some Scandinavian portals encouraging bloggers to put “IE6 warning” on their web sites. I was rather sceptical about whole idea. Especially at the very beginning. Most of IE6 users are either forced to use “mature” solutions (i am talking about large corporations) or does not understand meaning of words like standards or security (so called “mature” users). Like my mom or dad! Until today they double-click “IE” icon saying “i am turning internet on”. Brilliant … So, what is the point of joining such a campaign? IE6 will die anyway. According to recent browser statistics IE6 drops by 0.5-0.6% every month. Having 14.5% nowadays it will take roughly 2 years for it to drop below 2-3% (I assume it will take far more to completely get rid of it). Such a level, I guess can be neglected.