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commit: 28577762b46ea5ea2af69939e86365d721fcf35e
parent: 27a75920c6334d6efdb368995bb34cf2c7aa6730
Author: lanodan <haelwenn@NightGlider.the-delta.lan>
Date:   Wed, 11 Nov 2015 23:28:56 +0100

Few corrections

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diff --git a/articles/Mozilla is Broken.html b/articles/Mozilla is Broken.html @@ -11,9 +11,9 @@ <li>Other New web stuff(WebRTC, HTML5 audio/video, …) have to be disabled/configured into about:config which is a total mess with no help</li> <li>add-ons have to be signed and only by Mozilla, non-configurable at compile time</li> <li>tracks you even if you disable all tracking in about:preferences</li> - <li>Geo location can only be totally disabled only with about:config</li> + <li>Geo location can only be totally disabled with about:config</li> </ul></li> <li>more and more slowness and crashes and <strong>new profile doesn’t help</strong></li> </ul> <p>Quick and Dirty solution while I make my own browser while keeping a good privacy : Tor Browser(which use ESR) with add-ons for more privacy/security</p> -<p>BTW if <strong>everyone</strong> have to use a LTS/ESR/real-stable version of a browser even if they are actual developers… well why is the Developer Edition based on Nightly ? For badly supported things like H.264 ? I got gstreamer for that. For brand new stuff ? Well most web-smiths have to support old browsers like IE6 or IE7. For marketing because we are the browser with tons of features ? Well I think so. I think Netscape did the same mistake, why Mozilla would do the same ?</p> +<p>BTW if <strong>everyone</strong> have to use a LTS/ESR/real-stable version of a browser even if they are actual developers… well why is the Developer Edition based on Nightly ? For badly supported things like H.264 ? gstreamer works(can be an interface to ffmpeg). For brand new stuff ? Well most web-smiths have to support old browsers like IE6 or IE7. For marketing because we are the browser with tons of features ? Well I think so. I think Netscape did the same mistake, why Mozilla would do the same ?</p>