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A New Era of Cooperation

As we might have mentioned a few hundred times, Microsoft, Netscape, and Opera finally support the same standards in their browsers. As an unexpected consequence of their technological cooperation, these once bitter competitors have learned to play nicely together in other, often surprising ways.

In July 2002, Microsoft submitted to the W3C's HTML Working Group “a set of HTML tests and testable assertions in support of the W3C HTML 4.01 Test Suite Development” (http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/www-qa-wg/2002Jul/0103.html). The contribution was made on behalf of Microsoft, Openwave Systems, Inc., and America Online, Inc., owners of Netscape and Mozilla. Opera Software Corporation (makers of the Opera browser) and The Web Standards Project also reviewed it.

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