Dne 27.8.2015 v 16:09 Dennis Gilmore napsal(a):
> On Wednesday, August 26, 2015 03:13:08 PM Richard Z wrote:
>> On Wed, Aug 26, 2015 at 03:12:25PM +0300, Alexander Ploumistos wrote:
>>> Their FAQ is constantly updated:
>>> I'm not sure if there is a valid practical reason to refuse submitting
>>> addons that we ship to their signing service or if it is against our
>>> policies; at least mozilla-https-everywhere has been signed.
>> that would work for Fedora - if it can be guaranteed that they sign new
>> versions quickly. Immagine if one of our plugins had a security hole and
>> mozilla would need days or weeks to sign it. As far as I can see Fedora
>> specific extensions would have to be listed which means they would go
>> through manual code review at mozilla.
> We have no real practical way to do this other than package up the addon
> build it as a -unsigned package, then making a separate package that has
> precompiled binary and signed by mozilla and put into the add on package.
> It sounds like the path mozilla is taking will likely prevent us shipping
> addons in Fedora. That of course is their right to pursue that.
I'm wondering what is good replacement option - since the amount of troubles
with Firefox seems to be just scaling up.
The memory usage - is the story for it self - displaying a tab with just our
bugzilla pages eats like 6-8M of RAM - I used to be running full OS with
this amount of RAM - now it's not enough to render couple lines and color
boxes and 'couple' KB of text....
Keyboard and mouse has weird focus - so often I type in one windows, but
keyboard input magically work in another window (i.e. Ctrl+T opens new tab
in second window)
I've no chance to control what is downloaded - I could partially limit thing
by using plugins - but they eats possibly more RAM, slows FF down (at least
by FF reporting messages) and will likely be sooner or later banned.
Lot's of things are hardly reportable.
Chrome is not an option for me - it eats even more RAM and slows my machine
even more then FF.
So what are the option - if the person want to view Web with all modern
technologies being supported ?
You can't have that last part with the first parts. If you require the
'modern' technologies then you have to put up with their RAM/CPU
Or start from scratch and see if you can build a toolkit that does it better.
Stephen J Smoogen.