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Re: Installing Firefox
OK, so let us do this the good old fashioned way, list all the given
positive points to the browser you would like to see in the distribution?
Out of the box web intergration features (google account)
Extensive array of plugins and extensions
Complies with Ubuntu open standards - Flash easily deployed to or comes
Ease of use and visual simplicity comparable to 'Web' (Epiphany)
Built in visual, technical and customization oriented features (GTK theme
selection, privacy, cloud, etc)
--Does not clash with the rest of the application set (visually at least)
Does not require dragging dependencies or modifying package descriptors
(stated earlier), nor is the Unity, or global-menu integration.
Good choice because Firefox is not a strict feature requirement to this spin
Provides robust settings sync over the web.
On Wed, Oct 24, 2012 at 3:06 PM, Jeremy Bicha <jbicha@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On 24 October 2012 14:56, Alessandro Scarozza <xan.scale@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > if the first start up it's open an application that lets you choose a
> number of things:
> > - add gnome3 ppa
> > - to install LibreOffice
> > - to install firefox
> > - more...
> Kubuntu did ship a Firefox installer launcher for a while. I don't
> think that's something we want as I want users to be able to easily
> install anything, not just Firefox.
> Let's use a different discussion thread if we want to discuss shipping
> LibreOffice and reserve this one for web browsers.
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