|Good||Site serves mobile content, looks and functions as expected.|
|minor issues||Site serves mobile content but has issues that have a small impact on usage, such as a minor feature that is broken or a trivial display issue.|
|major issues||Site does not serve mobile content (when it does have a mobile version), is not usable, or has major display or functional problems.|
|desktop site||Site does not have a mobile version.|
Today's mobile Web is very Webkit centric as developers code for this single rendering engine. Many Web sites either do not return their mobile version or otherwise do not function on non Webkit based browsers. We must open up the mobile Web to standards based development. Mozilla's two new mobile offerings - Firefox for Android and B2G - are a part of this story. The other part is identifying issues with standards adoption and Gecko compatibility.