This week’s episode of Destination Linux, we’re going to discuss the topic of Mozilla Firefox and whether we can stop it’s continued decline. Then we’re going to discuss the literal game changer, and the device that has everyone looking at Linux in a big way. Yes, its Steamy news about the Steam Deck, and there are some awesome videos and sneak peeks we are excited to talk about! Plus we’ve also got our famous tips, tricks and software picks. All of this and so much more this week on Destination Linux. So whether you’re brand new to Linux and open source or a guru of sudo. This is the podcast for you.

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  • GUIs are great because they are explorable
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  • Get the best out of both worlds with apropos


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  1. The talk about Firefox saddened me a lot, it was really sad, I defend Firefox but yeah, its getting harder by the day

  2. It is looking more and more dire.

    I recently installed Vivaldi to have a just-in-case dip into the chromium world, as it seems to be the best of the bunch in terms of privacy browsers. And I say this as someone who never switched to Chrome when it came out - been on Firefox since it was Phoenix!

  3. Avatar for Ulfnic Ulfnic says:

    I also just wanted to give my respect to DL, it’s expensive to criticize a hero.

  4. You could minimize amount on work need on fork, by limiting your chances to disabling unwanted features and then integrate all changes that are integrated into Firefox’s master, making sure those features keep being disabled.

    All that resource-consuming work will be copied from Firefox. Making a fork still won’t be easy, but should be totally meanable by small team.

  5. I really don’t think paying for a browser is anti-foss.
    Anyways, I think that doing what Wikipedia does would be the best way, just ask, honestly, for money to keep the project going. And make sure that money actually goes where it should.

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