There's apparently one brave person that currently maintains the project GNU IceCat, a project that unfortunately always lags behind.
So, if there's so little interest in that particular FOSS web browser, what is all the FOSSy people using?
The default browser in Trisquel is ABrowser, which is almost the same as IceCat but more up to date.
@selea Thanks! I will check it out. :)
@hund Icecat is bloated. The librejs plugin doesn't work and most of the privacy/fingerprinting adaptations can be done in about:config in vanilla firefox.
@hund I use both a (hopefully) hardened version of Firefox and GNU Icecat. Less frequently, also Seamonkey and Lynx. And Tor Browser, of course.
@hund w3m, surf and qutebrowser.
Also random cli apps have replaced half the web, like Youtube-viewer and wikicurses.
@malin I have never heard of wikicurses. I have to check it out. :)
@hund GNOME Web for me.
@poetgrant I don't know what to say. :P
Waterfox and Tor browser
@chmod777 I've heard about Waterfox in the past, I need to check it out. :)
I tried Falkon a while back. Liked it but it's a bit simplistic.
@danielw2904 I use Falkon as a secondary web browser and I like it. It's very basic, but it's nice. :)
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