@sir I hope we will be able to see an effort to reverse engineer EME.
@xerz @lain @sir I see no reason I should have to buy anything newer for web browsing.
For games and 3d applications, sure, OpenGL 3 probably makes development easier enough that the switch is justified for some devs. (Although I'd still prefer compatibility with older versions.) But for browsers? Naahhh.
@sir All the more reason to pirate and keep on using indie browsers.
@sir Firefox doesn't natively support ActivityPub, a W3C standard.
Does that mean Firefox isn't a web browser?
@sir I'm very confused by this article. It's a complete non-sequitur. The W3C is a group that publishes web standards. They don't have any kind of enforcement authority.
If you make a web browser that only supports HTML 2.0 and nothing else, it's still a web browser.
Heck, a web browser can support nothing but plain text over gopher and it's still a web browser.
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