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This page is a follow-on from a https://groups.google.com/forum/?hl=en#!searchin/jenkinsci-dev/matrix/jenkinsci-dev/XxPqJDCrf6M/TZfqYHV9ehwJ|https://groups.google.com/forum/?hl=en#!searchin/jenkinsci-dev/matrix/jenkinsci-dev/XxPqJDCrf6M/TZfqYHV9ehwJJenkins Dev List conversation around Jenkins browser compatibility.

Basically, we came up with the following three-tier proposal:

  1. Level 1 (L1):  Aim to proactively fix these browsers and provide an equal UX across all.
  2. Level 2 (L2):  Accept patches to fix issues and make a best effort to ensure there is at least one way to do any action.
  3. Level 3 (L3):  No guarantees.  We will accept patches, but only if they are low risk.

We do not claim any compatibility with (or accept patches / bug reports for) Alpha, Beta or Canary releases of browsers.

Google Chrome

(L1) support for the latest and greatest browser available from the Chrome release channel.

Mobile support?

Firefox

(L1) support for the latest and greatest browser available from the Firefox release channel.

(L2) support for ESR releases.

Mobile support?

Internet Explorer

(L1) support for IE11

(L2) support for IE9 and IE10

(L3) support for IE8 and lower

Specific OS versions?

Mobile support?

Safari

(L1) support for v6 and v7 on Mac

(L2) support for v5 on Mac

(L3) support for v4 and lower

Mobile support?

Windows support?

Others (Opera etc)

??
 

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