There seems to be a little confusion out there with CNet announcing that I've been appointed as a new IE evangelist http://news.com.com/Microsoft+appoints+a+new+IE+evangelist/2100-1032_3-5243583.html

Actually as I stated in a previous post I'll be on the Program Management team which means I'll be a Program Manager. What does a Program Manager do? It varys from team to team but they write specifications, plan schedules and generally ensure decisions get made and everything is going to plan. As with other products at Microsoft there is a team of Program Managers that work on Internet Explorer alongside development, test and documentation personnel. Program managers generally have responsibility for specific feature areas on the product, my particular focus is likely to be customer interaction but I'll undoubtedly be doing other work as well.

Thanks for all the feedback so far, we really do appreciate it. There's no need to repeat requests already made as this isn't a poll to see what is most popular. I think it's safe to say that we have heard the requests for tabbed browsing although interestingly there have been a few requests for us not to implement that feature. I can also tell you that it's unlikely that we'll start to use another browser such as Mozilla/Gecko in Windows but thanks for the helpful suggestion anyway. Do let us know if there's anything you don't see already listed, as all the feedback is useful. The Wiki on Channel 9 is an excellent place to have this conversation and probably a little more effective than the long string of comments to my blog..