Matthias of Rainboxx says:
As a freelancer it’s hard to drop the support of IE6 – not only because that means less money (note that supporting IE6 with timebased billings is a big part ;)) – customers want IE6 support! But today I said: No way! So since today I dropped IE6 support finally.
Fred at the Beehave Forum says:
I’ve been waiting for something like this to happen! IE6 is a daily pain in the … as customers still request compatibility.
So for my private site, I put up the IE6-CSS-DIV, informing don’t-want-to-learn-users about their error 😉
Bryan of Cybersteps says:
Cybersteps site will cease to support IE6 by June 2008. We’re hoping that by then less than 10% of the users will still be using it (and that includes the thousands of developers who use it to check sites). –Bryan Meadan
Claire of Creare Web Design says:
Hey there, all of us at Creare despise Internet explorer. We will gladly join you in the death March!
Clinton of slightlymore says:
I have just (at last!) dropped IE 6 support on my site. It now displays a blue screen of death with a link to this site if the visitor is viewing my site using my worst enemy. –Clinton Montague
The Ecologic Web Team at Ecologic emails:
The Ecologic Web Team aims at incorporating the objectives of IEDEATH March 2009 as far as possible in its projects.