@sir For everybody too lazy to Google
@sir iridium is a decent choice if for those running OpenBSD -current. Not sure if i'd recommend it on linux unless you've a sandboxing solution set up á la pledge & unveil.
And people wonder why I take a giant shit on brave any time someone suggests it's good
Not to mention that it's spearheaded by Brendan "redonate Mozilla funds to anti-LGBT causes" "creator of the programming language which enables all suffering on the web" Eitch
While we're talking about alternative browsers, I'd like to remind everyone that Brave and Vivaldi are not an option.
Brave replaces ads with their own and steals money from creators.
Vivaldi is closed source.
Better options (in no particular order, though I personally use qutebrowser):
- Pale Moon
Between Firefox and Chrome, Chromium is the one I trust more. But the real answer is "use qutebrowser".
Actually the real real answer is use web browsers less. Email and IRC works great in the terminal. Try this for mastodon:
FLOSS advocate, programmer, sysadmin, language enthusiast, amateur astronomer, doesn't want to talk to you about cryptocurrency, etc.
cmpwn.com is a private Mastodon instance for friends of SirCmpwn.