Hitesh Shah chimak111 at
Tue Oct 9 02:24:24 UTC 2012

Also, there are difficulties is maintaining updated versions of Chromium.
Given the focus on "security", it's not a good idea (or good for public
relations) to ship an older version (relative to Chrome).

The Bodhi people have a good way out: ship a browser that's good enough to
use but lightweight enough to be "the browser to download another browser

I tried xxxterm and was quite impressed. I certainly wouldn't mind have it
as the only browser shipped with Lubuntu 13.04.

On Tue, Oct 9, 2012 at 3:37 AM, ∅ <carsrcoffins23 at> wrote:

> So I've been using xxxterm [1] since I first found out about it and I love
> it. It's light and super-secure. It uses WebKit and GTK+. In light of all
> the bugs with Chromium and the never-ending debate about Firefox versus
> Chromium, why not make the switch for 13.04? There are a couple settings
> that we could make default that while perhaps making it slightly less
> secure might improve the user experience, e.g. whitelisting Flash,
> JavaScript, and other plugins, as well as cookies globally. Thoughts?
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