I'm not sure how the "bypass" step works. If there is a way
for a functional browser to circuvent the server-side
accomodations for legacy browsers, then, if someone wants to
code the support for old, lame browsers (and I never have to
see or hear about it), then sure, by all means lets do that.
But in a system that is going to be composed of practically
as many links as words, I'm not sure one browser gets the
server-side crutch while another dispenses with it and
walks on its own two legs.
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