Gerald B. Cox wrote:
> Gerald B. Cox wrote:
> > and then of course there is always this:
> > Fedora 23~25 Might Switch Away From Firefox
> > <http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=news_item&px=mtg0mta
> That says
> "Red Hat's Fedora Linux distribution in a few releases may move away
> from Mozilla Firefox as the default web browser."
> How to you parse this?
> You keep telling us that Firefox is not, and never will be,
> the default browser.
You're taking my quote out of context and conflagulating with
That is completely untrue.
You wrote the sentence I quoted ("and then of course ...")
ending with the URL above.
I looked up the URL, and I quoted the first sentence in it.
How am I taking your quote "out of context"?
The only context was the sentence that you wrote.
Evidently the author of the article you referenced
believes (wrongly?) that Firefox is the default Fedora web browser.
I simply pointed out that this was rather an odd authority to take
in support of your thesis that Firefox is not, and never should be,
the default KDE browser.
gayleard /at/ eircom.net
School of Mathematics, Trinity College, Dublin