Like I get that there are dozens of Mozilla and Firefox forks, but they are basically just downstream builds so if Firefox goes they go.
@Capheind Some browsers missing on in and colours are rather 🙄, but you can try this board.
@Capheind If Firefox disappears then it's unlikely that the downstream projects would have the resources to maintain all the complicated standards.
What remains of the open web could be in trouble sooner than most people think.
@Capheind wait a moment. You're saying that since Firefox will disappear at some point in the future because it doesn't have enough user share, you want to stop using it right now? Seems like a self fulfilling prophecy.
I think Gnome Web is a good choice, if you're on Linux
@Capheind you’ve got me wondering now too.
Everything seems a variation of Chromium or Firefox. But I suppose, so long as the base (WebKit, Blink, whatever) is open source, someone can always pickup from where a previous project left off?
@robert And many of the classic Free software browser projects have kinda stagnated, or their goals specifically exclude popular (but problematic or outright screwed) web tech.
"I appreciate SDF but it's a general-purpose server and the name doesn't make it obvious that it's about art." - Eugen Rochko