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The Best Kind of Giving is Thanksgiving
<span id="docs-internal-guid-814f8444-96dd-5629-ea0d-7d4a35e6f941">Dear Friends,
As it’s Thanksgiving in the United States today, I take this opportunity to thank each one of you for this incredible ride. Around three years ago, our community came into existence and since then there have been many constants in my life. One of those constants is especially gratifying - and that is you, my friends.</span>
kisunssi last edited by
I have no idea what the appropriate salutation is, but thank you and your team - and I hope everyone has a great weekend. :)
Edit: Oh, and I ought to add in a #1 for Olli… ;)
hanzoedge last edited by
Thank you and your team for this excellent browser, Happy weekend. Wise and nice words
MoonDawg last edited by
God Bless You Jon! WE ALL LOVE YOU VERY MUCH!! Thank you for the rescue from that sinking ship three years ago!!! :D
DankCat last edited by
<3 Thank you for all the hard work you guys do! <3
SolidRock last edited by
Dear Vivaldi team!
Thank you for those kind words!
Thank you for your hard work!
Thank you to be part of the evolution of Vivaldi browser!
Happy Thanksgiving to you and your team!
Thank you, Jon and to everyone at Vivaldi!Reply Quote 0 1 Reply Last reply
Thank you Jon. Congratulations on your recent release.
g_bartsch last edited by
Since a browser is the software I use most every day, Vivaldi has really made a massive improvement in my life since using computers itself is such a huge part of my life. Thank you Vivaldi Team.
I give thanks for Vivaldi - the return of hope to the web.Reply Quote 0
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Amen to that.
Thank you for the very nice words, full of gratitude and encouragement for the next trip. It is nice to see that work with us, with ordinary users, whether they are listening to us, you will appreciate our opinions and actually implement our ideas.
It's nice that we can live with the knowledge that they are involved in the development, either as a soprano, moderator, translator and so on. At least at a distance, but what's even better, to think and to all others who "only" use Vivaldi, and sometimes write some comment and etc. It's really nice of you. Such an approach often sees. And if you stay in it, Vivaldi will definitely be one of the best browsers worldwide!
Thank you for listening to us :)
Sincerely Matt, member of Slovak translation teamReply Quote 0 1 Reply Last reply
Soprano, Moderator & Slovak Translation Team member @Vivaldi • 👦🏻 • 💦 • 🦅 | Win7 & Win10 x64 💻
• 🙊 • Brevis esse latoro obscurus fio • 🙈 • Fortis cadere, cedere non potest • 🙉 • Gloria et honor et pax omni operanti bonum •
Google translate tells me it's Takk skal du ha, which is like thank you and may you be blessed rolled into one.
Popanz last edited by
Dear Jon, der Vivaldi Team,
I can just give back all the warm words and thanks. I can't tell you how grateful I am for a browser like Vivaldi. And - in the end much more important - how grateful I am that there are still people like you, which stand for their convictions, which listen to their customers, which don't believe their customers to be dumb sheep.
It's a honor to use Vivaldi and to take part on your journey.
With every new release it is a joy to see more features and more polishing. Even if it are features, which I don't really need.
Happy thanks giving to you all
keep up your fantastic work - Can't wait for the next Snapshot
gokhanht last edited by
Dear Vivaldi team!
Thank you for those kind words!
D0J0P last edited by
I'm thankful for a browsing team that sets a high standard of quality in their great product, while keeping in close touch with it's customers to fully satisfy them and build a great community relationship with them.
Jon and his Vivaldi team is inspiring that they can build something where the user, the team, and everyone wins. Not every company chooses to do something like this, so it's only passion and the right ideas that is able to bring about this movement of a great browser such as Vivaldi. That's how you get to the top.
Viva La Vivaldi!Reply Quote 0 1 Reply Last reply
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duarte.framos last edited by
In this day and age of information, a browser came to be more that "just a piece pf software". With our growing webcentric existence more and more relying on the internet for every aspect of your life, the web browser became our 'window into the world'.
It's like a piece of clothing you wear every day, or car the car you drive, it tells a lot a whole about you.
As such I am very proud do 'drive' Vivaldi every day on the Internet, for that I thank you Jon, and all the wonderful team behind it working in the shadows to bring us where we stand today
Dovelove last edited by
Thanks Jon for reviving a good browser and changing the direction of things. You and the team and all have a good one.
Now to continue or trivia section did you know?
You want to know instead I could be eating Eagle cause Ben Franklin wanted the turkey as our nations bird, everything would be reversed.
And "they" said the desktop browser was dead.
mossman last edited by
Thank you and the rest of the Vivaldi team for providing a ray of hope when it looked like all was lost!
That sounds overly-dramatic, but at that moment - when we were using by far the most configurable and user-friendly (in terms of options and workflow) browser/mailer just when the rest of them were all becoming dumbed down - to suddenly find out that that would all be taken away from us was heart-breaking…
Thank you Jon
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