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I understand the economical decision to support the poor and broken WebRTC implementation of Chromium, due to its market share. On the other hand, with the resources Microsoft has, the right way really should have been to help Google engineers fix their implementation, and then implement these features according to the established sandard. Then, it would work on *proper*, standards-compliant browsers like Firefox, and any current and future alternatives, automatically, without Microsoft continuing to have to implement and maintain dirty workarounds in order to fix problems caused by incompetencies of Google engineering. Rather than help Google turn Chrome into the new IE6, it would be the right thing to do for Microsoft to defend, maintain and support web standards, rather than proprietary bricolages of a competitor.