I've been thinking about this for a while, but it's time to refocus the Alternative Browser Alliance. Mozilla's Asa Dotzler has referred to Firefox and Internet Explorer as the "mainstream browsers" for more than a year now, and it looks like that's become true.
The web is no longer an IE monopoly. It's become an IE/Firefox oligopoly. Firefox is no longer an alternative web browser. It's sold out, its ads are everywhere, and it even allows people to build Firefox-only code.
So, starting today (April 1, 2007), the Alternative Browser Alliance will no longer promote Firefox.
So the site will be putting its weight behind iCab. It's as alternative as they come, and it's guaranteed to remain that way (since it won't run on Vista).
Please leave comments at the original announcement.
Update: Yes, this was just an April Fools joke. This site will continue promoting Firefox, Opera, Safari, and other browsers.