Re: [dev] [surf] Webkit2 with proxy server

From: hiro <>
Date: Sat, 17 Dec 2016 19:06:52 +0100

no, it's great they all are incompetent to create usable apis, it
means i don't have to waste my time with their shitty content either.

On Sat, Dec 17, 2016 at 6:51 PM, Sylvain BERTRAND
<> wrote:
> On Sat, Dec 17, 2016 at 01:17:38PM +0000, Cág wrote:
>> Staven wrote:
>> >or do you know a better compromise than webkit?
>> Yeah, write our own web engine with blackjack and hookers, which is
>> mentioned on Project ideas page.
> c++ software pulls also a c++ compiler and runtime in their dependencies, which
> are horrendous compared to a C compiler/miminal runtime.
> When you add up all of this, we are in no compromise but a total rip off and
> take over of those critical software components by very few corporations.
> Then I repeat myself, this is no compromise here, it's just being fuc*ed all
> the way.
> If I want to sabotage or take over a software component, I'll migrate it to c++
> and push hard on a brain damaged object oriented design to scare away any
> reasonably skilled coders. Moreover that design will be so fuc*ed up, it will
> generate tons of bugs and security holes to justify a good salary for idiotic
> bosses (or as corrupted as their coders).
> The real pb are web coders: many of the web sites could have a noscript portal
> without losing significant functionalities. The web sites which _must_ have a
> rich GUI (hence a dynamic browser, for instance soundcloud) should provide an
> simple web API (without that pile of cra* which is OAuth).
> I'm about to sue some french administrations over their www sites and my french
> bank www sites for their lack of interop with light www browsers.
> --
> Sylvain
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