Am 17.11.2014 um 22:16 schrieb drago01:
On Mon, Nov 17, 2014 at 9:57 PM, DJ Delorie <dj(a)redhat.com>
>> Ugh .. sorry but that's the worst suggestion so far. No image the user
>> goes to http://addons.mozilla.org/
to install addons ... it won't
>> work. (just one random example but you get the idea).
> I imagine the user would change the start page to about:blank, then
> open the firewall, then everything works as normal.
> Of course, this only works for single-user machines. A multi-user
> machine wouldn't protect the second user to run Firefox.
Not every user understands the connection between "website does not
work" -> "firewall configuration"
not a single "non-tech" user does
whatever that discussion is worth: throw away firefox because a issue
you have on 90% of all websites and force users to use a different
browser don't work
in the best case they download the binary from mozilla.org
want it (especially users working on more than one OS trying to have the
same software whenever possible on all of them) or ask yourself if a
different distribution works better (better from the users point of view)
you need to outweight the win and the damage
these days you have two user groups:
* tech users who cares: set about:blank
* normal users -> don't care
if somebody removes Firefox from the repos i just continue to use it
without packages - no auto updates or make the install dir writeable for
everyone - the second option throws away security for excatly what benefit?
surely - *i can* care about that and call FF one a week for update it,
the majority of users won't do that without any "but", "or" and