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Johan Bové

Firefox crashed and kicked me out of all of my accounts. I now have an "Old Firefox Data" folder on my Desktop.

Johan Bové

Listened to some interesting episodes of FireFox's IRL Podcast today: https://irlpodcast.org/
Critical Tech thinking is something I'm trying to get better at and the topics are super relevant for that matter.

Johan Bové

Johan Bové

Seems like the Twitter mobile status view page don't let Known unfurl the content correctly anymore on mobile. Only getting the content "Twitter" as title. When testing on desktop using Firefox, all seems to be working well. Additionally "liking" things from the IOS Indigenous App seems to be broken too again. Going to have to check the error logs.

Johan Bové

A couple of months I've gone "Indie" with most of my software setup. Using as my ONLY browser and for reading email and keeping a calendar. The calendar and contacts server is self-hosted and syncs with Sabre's . My social-media platform and CMS is - which I'm also actively supporting. The community is fantastic!

Johan Bové

Goodbye and thanks for the great time. But it's time for me to switch (back) to using Mozilla's Firefox as my main browser, both for work and private. It's not because of the amazing developers working on Chrome - it's because of your parent company I don't trust any longer.

Johan Bové

I made the switch from Google and Chrome some months ago! Using Firefox as my main browser with DuckDuckGo as default search engine. I only use Chrome - mostly - for web development at work as the dev tools are still somewhat superior to Firefox's.

Johan Bové

Chrome 72 and are not getting along. Multiple JavaScript console errors related to the "Known" object not being initialized yet. It all still works on Firefox 67. Going to have to do a full re-coding of Known's JavaScript implementation if this project is going to have to keep existing. Also, Content Security Policies and Indieweb don't get along very much yet either...

Johan Bové

I am missing the browser in web apps which are pinned to home because there is no browser context for allowing users to share, and bookmark urls or search in the page or even refresh the app. It would be helpful if there was some way to Long-Press or drag-down or other gesture, to get a contextual menu, which would allow me to open the pwa back in a browser.
Using on Android as an example. Not sure what the experience on iOS is or with other browsers like Chrome.