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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
To be fair, this isn't something I'd consider a "workstation" feature.
it's needed for particular users, but I can hardly see designers, or developers
having to use that feature for business banking.
Now that epiphany/Web isn't using the certificate storage in Gecko (I'm guessing
separate from the system-wide NSS store), then you could use a system-wide
certificate manager. In fact, I'm pretty sure that Seahorse already does that, no?