I saw this over at Slashdot (yep, I still visit this site):
An article on Ars Technica reveals Mozilla’s intention to create and release a plugin for Internet Explorer that would allow the often-criticized IE to utilize some of the cooler rendering code developed for Firefox.
I then scoot over to the Ars Technica article to see what was the Mozilla initiative all about. I learn that there’s a project for a plug-in for the Internet Explorer browser that “fixes” the rendering of the oft-maligned browser. The article describes it further:
Wow, I really like the sound of that. But from a strategy point of view, why would Mozilla just let users download a plug-in? Will this harm the momentum Mozilla Firefox has gathered in getting market share from Internet explorer?