On 01/07/2016 09:23 AM, Bastien Nocera wrote:
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> On 01/07/2016 08:32 AM, Zoltan Hoppar wrote:
>> IMHO I say that Firefox lately gets problems, and we have better
>> browsers in the repository already. We have Web, and pretty much
> With respect, "Web" is lacking many features that a workstation user
> would rely on.
As someone who wrote the original certificate manager implementation 
when Epiphany was Gecko powered, It never was enabled. And apparently
never ported to webkit.
If Web authors still think it is a seldom used feature, They never had a
business bank account where you need to be able to manage the
certificates. Sometimes only for backing it up or installing it on
What specific features is it missing?
> It's not ready to be a default browser for Fedora IMHO.
It is my daily browser.
> I was just running it now to try to get a list of some of its missing
It does, it's available via the inspector ("inspect element"), and
> but it quite
> literally was crashing on almost any operation except clicking on a
> URL link. This is a Wayland Workstation on Rawhide.
There were problems with older versions of WebKitGTK+ in F23, but those have
been resolved in updates. The number one crash I see right now is the OOM
killed kicking in, and choosing the Web containers to kill instead of what's
really eating RAM...
> So yeah, really not feeling that this is ready.
YMMV, but I'm very happy using it, along with Web Apps for my NAS' admin
Zimbra's work webmail, my Web RSS reader, etc.
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