So web browsers are bad, right?
And web browsers being bad is making the internet bad, right?
Or maybe the internet being bad is making web browser bad.
The upshot is that we should stop using bad web browsers recreationally, and stop using services that can only be accessed from bad web browsers.
And when that isn't possible, build alternatives that work from not bad browsers.
That's why I'm so happy that Brutaldon exists.
So, what are the core features a good web browser should have?
What shouldn't it have?
In my head, a gopher browser with a markdown rendering engine, with support for inline images and in document hyperlinks would be something close to an ideal balance.
Not perfect, but close.
@ajroach42 so i don't understand most of what you've said in this here toot thread but i can tell you i measure response times in chrome in the seconds or tens of seconds, to say nothing of the minutes for my laptop outside of chrome.
it stinks and i would indeed like an alternative.