Today Google have unveiled their intention to create a cross platform browser for the masses, starting with a windows beta. It's a milestone by anyone's definition.
There is discussion of the browser itself, potential linux and mac compatibility, whether it will be gtk or qt4, it's features, look and feel, people actually trying to compile it for linux etc.. yet it has all been buried in the back of beyond in "windows discussions".
Seems very churlish. Almost out of spite because google aren't quite ready with their linux version yet. At least that's the impression this has given off.
I don't recall all google earth/picasa etc discussions buried there before there was a linux compatible version?
What if a website announces a ground breaking service that will initially only be available to IE users initially, will that be buried there also? I don't expect so....
Also there is a very practical reason to move it back from being buried in windows discussions, duplicate threads. The most obvious place for it is Community cafe, and so when someone is looking for a discussion of it there and doesn't find it, they're going to start a thread on it, which will then be endlessly repeated the more you move those threads over to Windows Discussions.
Can we move it back please, so that more people will see it and be able to take part, and so the discussion won't be fragmented by endless new threads on the topic in the community cafe?