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?
@hund Firefox and I am utterly unapologetic about it
@LibertyPaulM But that's not FOSS. :)
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 I use PureBrowser, which is a different variant of Firefox for PureOS, in other words Purism. I'm not sure how many changes they made.
@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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