Re: [dev] surf: web browser on archlinux

From: Alex Matviychuk <>
Date: Fri, 3 Jul 2009 10:26:00 +0900

For me, I'll be using this as a webapp container for stuff I have open
24/7, like gmail, google reader, etc. I'll still fire up firefox for
any serious websurfing / research. Although to be honest, the only
thing firefox has that I need are tabs and adblock.


On Fri, Jul 3, 2009 at 9:58 AM, Samuel Baldwin<> wrote:
> I'm wondering how people use this; I normally have upwards of 30 tabs
> open in firefox at a given time. I understand the idea is to let the
> window manager manage the instances, but for someone like me, this
> doesn't work too well.
> I suppose I could "cut back" a bit, but then I'd need some way of
> managing bookmarks. If this could manage bookmarks and passwords, I'd
> jump on it as my primary browser.
> Is anything like this planned, or should I forget about it? (Or should
> I write it myself?)
> --
> Samuel 'Shardz' Baldwin -
Received on Fri Jul 03 2009 - 01:26:00 UTC

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