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Interview with Opera CTO Håkon Wium Lie

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| LJ: You supported Linux quite early on. What prompted this decision?
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| Lie: There were several reasons. Many of the employees Opera hired were Linux
| users, myself included. And we wanted our favorite browser to be available on
| our platform of choice. Unlike some other browser vendors, we are not
| attached to any particular operating system. Furthermore, porting to Linux
| was quite easy to do for us. Therefore, the decision was easy to make.
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http://www.linuxjournal.com/content/...A5kon-wium-lie


Related:

Opera 9.50 Is Out! Review of the Newest Opera Release

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| Though closed-source, Opera is one of the best browsers out there for Linux.
| Very rich in features, with support even for BitTorrent or widgets, Opera
| definitely stands as a true web browser for Linux. I was really impressed by
| this unique piece, which is definitely a strong competitor for Firefox,
| Konqueror or Epiphany.
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http://vivapinkfloyd.blogspot.com/20...est-opera.html


Opera Mini 4: a million downloads in ten days

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| The Norwegian company announced on Thursday that the browser had been
| downloaded one million times in the first ten days since its release on 7
| November. "The people have spoken: Opera is now the browser of choice," said
| Opera CEO Jon von Tetzchner.
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http://www.heise.de/english/newstick...412/from/rss09
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