I help with Melbourne Perl Mongers.
I spend an awful lot of time talking about Perl, and have had my picture in the Australian newspapers with a camel. That's rather scary.
We've got a redesign of the Perl Training Australia website that's in its final stages of testing. Everything seems to be working great until I started compatibility testing.
The site works wonderfully in Mozilla browsers, and reportedly in Safari. It works well in Internet Explorer (MSIE) 6 and 5.5, but without some of the CSS features that MSIE doesn't support. It looks awesome in lynx and w3m (text-based browsers), and degrades nicely in Netscape 4.7x.
The site is horribly, horribly wrong in MSIE 5.0 and 4.01, both of which completely muck up the menus. How long are we going to keep supporting these old, standards-challenged browsers?
Currently investigating fixes, and checking to see how many of our visitors actually use MSIE 4.0/5.0.