@sir It’s cool that you’re offering feedback to the community on features in testing, it’s what give Mozilla its strong mandate to be the privacy and open alternative to the adware that is Google
But if you want a strong open browser, you might want to rephrase your public criticism (which I’ve read a lot of), in a more constructive and thoughtful way
You’re allowed to say what you like about FF, but if your goal is to make it better, I dont think you’ll achieve it this way
Just a few points to consider:
(0) This is in Test Pilot, which is an explicit opt-in (as in add-on)
(1) There is no evidence Mozilla is exchanging data for money
(2) You can alternatively run Chrome, which is run by an ad company, or any number of proprietary browsers (Opera, Maxathon) that do the same, or far inferior open-source browsers, or (*shudder*) Safari/Edge
Fanfiction in the medium of B2B whitepapers
Britpol, but actually USpol could do with some of this.
This is awesome and I’m excited for a new voice in Canadian news that isn’t run by Postmedia https://www.cbc.ca/news/business/politico-canada-1.4726900?cmp=rss
Ho boy, I hope Ikea wins!
But for the inane need to drag in the abortion debate, I think this is a surprisingly and refreshingly conciliatory article from the National Review https://www.nationalreview.com/2018/06/against-anti-liberalism-allure-and-error-susan-sontag/
If anyone questioned whether the @nationalpost was a conservative rag...
Always thought Bowie said “Knowledge comes with gas release”, not “death’s release” in Quicksand... man I wish I wasnt wrong
Bad News: PCs win maj. in Ontario. Good News: Libs are getting the min. 4 seats they need to be a recognised major party.
This is the sorta thing you should threaten sanctions for https://m.calcalistech.com/Default_Calcalist.aspx?type=3&id=3739390
(Probably unoriginal) thought: If GitLab/Gogs/etc... implemented ActivityPub, we could have a federated open-source community like the almighty Torvalds intended.