On Fri, Jul 17, 2015, at 02:13 AM, Ralf Mardorf wrote:
In Western civilisations we seldom need TOR, what we need are less bloated browsers, that still provide some comfort.
There are a few minimalist browsers out there. Gnome, KDE, and XFCE all have them.
The basic comfort I require is cross-platform bookmark sync. None of these small browsers have the manpower to do this unless they wrap themselves into FF sync like icecat does.
Anyone have any ideas on how to sync bookmarks, history, and tabs across FLOSS browsers on all platforms?
Aside, flash is still important. It should just be treated as if it is riddled with 0-days (which it is) and an open door for malware. I've used it more than a few times viewing .swf`s for college classes, for instance, and I doubt the university is going to pay someone to convert content that is still "functional".
There's a lot of legacy flash content that should be preserved and accessible, but there definitely shouldn't be any new flash content being created.