Martin Bagge / brother
brother at bsnet.se
Tue Oct 9 11:39:57 UTC 2012
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On 2012-10-09 04:24, Hitesh Shah wrote:
> 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
> 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 with".
Explain to me the differences between
1) shipping an outdated version of chromium and
2) shipping a browser that is "good enough to download another browser
I really can not see how those is not the same.
(and I usually use aptitude to install browsers but that is just
beside the point).
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