Re: Re: [dev] Interesting Web Browser Decoupling Concept

From: hiro <>
Date: Tue, 13 Jun 2017 17:03:48 +0200

this is stupid. the reason i brought this up is to make clear that
android and linux don't need to be so different, you got it the wrong
way around, i.e. android is doing the right thing: it separates
processes by running them as separate users. the semantic was always
there, but it's something linux retards forgot how to do it seems.

No, android apps suck even more than webapps, and you lack of objectivity.

On 6/13/17, Calvin Morrison <> wrote:
> On 13 June 2017 at 09:29, hiro <> wrote:
>> linux supports multiple users for permission management.
> A hassle at best, quirky at worst. I'd rather have per process permissions.
>> on android nothing works either. apps often require random libraries
>> like google play services to be installed and are generally written by
>> comparatively incompetent programmers.
>> android is a moving target.
> I uninstalled google play, uninstalled google services, and now use
> f-droid. It has the basic programs I need and is pretty quick. f-droid
> is all open source programs.
> Android is a moving target but this is 'suck-less' right? the current
> design philosophy of the internet sucks, I want it to suck less.
> Android apps objectively sucks less than webapps.
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