The Web Standards Project has become concerned with the anti-IE [anti-Internet Explorer] attitude behind their [former] poster project, Browse Happy. WaSP, the Web Standards Project, has always wished to remain impartial in the browser wars. Although IE has been known to incorrectly render content that complies with various web standards, WaSP’s hope has always been to work with Microsoft to iron out the bugs, not lead a boycott campaign against it. In light of this revelation, WaSP has decided to cut its ties with Browse Happy. Fortunately, WordPress will be taking Browse Happy under its wing and will be responsible for all aspects of the former WaSP poster project, including content, hosting, funding, and maintenance.