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This doesn't mean that I don't approve of enthusiastically contributing people. On the contrary, I welcome your contributions. Just make sure they fit where you add them. Shinobu 21:30, 22 Apr 2005 (UTC)
As you see, Gerbrant removed the material on Netscape/Mozilla, and I agree with this, because it wasn't really about the WYSIWYG concept or history. I'm not quite sure where it belongs, but not in the WYSIWYG article. If you want to discuss this further do so at Talk:WYSIWYG#Gosparty's edits. Your material isn't lost; you can recover it from the page history, as I explain there. Dpbsmith (talk) 11:42, 23 Apr 2005 (UTC)