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Re: Software Center instead of gnome-packagekit


Le lundi 03 décembre 2012 à 07:40 -0200, Everaldo Canuto a écrit :
> Ok, so lets explain.


> Epiphany dont support Flash and today we really need it, I love html5
> and I hope flash will be death one day, but right now, a normal user
> can't live without flash.

Like I said, this should be fixed as soon as Epiphany gets ported to
WebKit 2 (https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=808484).

> I cant enumerate right now a list of pages that looks odd in Epiphany
> but I remember lots of times where I open another browser just because
> the Epiphany don't works as expected.

OK, well, it's been while since I have experienced rendering issues with
Epiphany... I think most websites designers are now aware of the
existance of other browsers. And, as Epiphany uses WebKit, which is what
is used on iPhones, iPads and other Apple hardware, they tend to test
their websites with WebKit nowadays.

> Firefox and Chrome comes with a plugin system and today most "end
> users" uses lots of this plugins/extensions.

Let's agree to disagree here: most "power users" use lots of extensions.
But most end users just use the default Firefox. And if they are lucky
enough to have an experienced user among their friends, he (or she) will
install adblock for him (or her). And, by the way, adblock has been
integrated into Epiphany very recently (before that it was an epiphany

> Anyway, when I say that we don't need to explain is because there's
> tons of features in Firefox and Chrome not available in Web and is
> much more easy to enumerate features that Web includes than features
> not included.

That's perfectly true. But most end users really don't care about the
extra features. All they need is the basic features that Epiphany
already provides (apart from Flash, as already mentionned). And "power
users" (those who really care) are an "apt-get" away from getting their
favorite browser anyway, be it Firefox, or Chrome, or Opera, or