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roytam1 wrote: 14 Oct 2021, 23:29
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Moonchild, that fucking asshole.
Why did you decide to obey the takedown request if you did nothing wrong?
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CalmCreeper360 wrote: 30 Oct 2021, 18:13
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Moonchild, that fucking asshole.
Why did you decide to obey the takedown request if you did nothing wrong?
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roytam1 if it's not worth fighting with that ''grease ball'' just give it up and move on.

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what can you say about the cheese browser ? are you able to fork any version for XP users ?

https://github.com/runningcheese?tab=overview&from=2021-08-01&to=2021-08-31

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duralite wrote: 29 Nov 2021, 23:04 what can you say about the cheese browser ? are you able to fork any version for XP users ?

https://github.com/runningcheese?tab=overview&from=2021-08-01&to=2021-08-31
this browser is based on Firefox Quantum, which has XP support completely removed. also it requires rust, which has no XP support at all.

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My idea is a 45 ESR fork with backports from Waterfox Classic and newer versions, trying to avoid the 5x slowness.
R3n who?

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K4sum1 wrote: 30 Nov 2021, 03:03 My idea is a 45 ESR fork with backports from Waterfox Classic and newer versions, trying to avoid the 5x slowness.
thats hard, since patches depends on each other, which in total cause the slowness.

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To me 45 or any other number is not relevant.
I just want a browser with the multi process function enabled and a browser that could support the current FF addons that require atleast the 67+

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http:// thereisonlyxul. org/fake.html
IMHO they should put themselves in their own "wall of shame" page.

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Give up on this BOC shit altogether. Does the XP users need an email client that desperately? I personally not. Even if you give up on this BOC shit there is still Hyperbola project's email client and web suite as the backup. Listen to me, just give up on this BOC shit altogether. It's better for you.

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CalmCreeper360 wrote: 30 Oct 2021, 18:13 Moonchild, that fucking asshole.
No. BOC has nothing to do with Moonchild. It's Tobin again.

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roytam1 wrote: 30 Oct 2021, 15:03
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Before consider your own git hosting, what about having a look at github's competitors? Gitlab? Sourceforge? Codeberg?

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roytam1 wrote: 08 Feb 2022, 23:13 http:// thereisonlyxul. org/fake.html
IMHO they should put themselves in their own "wall of shame" page.
As I recall, this domain is owned by Tobin. He used to said explicitly this on the Pale Moon forum.

https://forum.palemoon.org/viewtopic.php?f=65&p=223992#p223992

As you see, Moonchild has no control over that domain and the content on that site.

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duralite wrote: 02 Dec 2021, 22:56 To me 45 or any other number is not relevant.
I just want a browser with the multi process function enabled and a browser that could support the current FF addons that require atleast the 67+
Oh, just use Firefox. Any UXP based browser will be strictly single processed and multithreading. No chance of multiprocessing. Moonchild is personally against multiprocessing. I think he is very wrong about that. Multithreading is not at all suited for a browser. Multiprocessing is best suited for the browser. Chrome got it right and Firefox rightly followed Chrome.

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dkayxdx0 wrote: 09 Feb 2022, 05:28
roytam1 wrote: 30 Oct 2021, 15:03
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Before consider your own git hosting, what about having a look at github's competitors? Gitlab? Sourceforge? Codeberg?
for now, there are some gitea instances that I registered an account for mirroring my github repos.

Gitlab frontend is heavy, and requires polyfill extension.
Sourceforge's code hosting is sh*t.
Codeberg is not tried yet.

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roytam1 wrote: 09 Feb 2022, 07:07 for now, there are some gitea instances that I registered an account for mirroring my github repos.
If it's about mirroring github then any of gitlab, sourceforge or codeberg will work.

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Pale Moon devs are... weird to say the least. They seem to be pandering purely to angry nostalgiafags more than anything else at this point.

If you're going to do anything, try forking from SeaMonkey stable code - the developers there aren't dickheads and arguably got screwed harder than anyone by Mozilla, so seriously, why not approach them? Heck, you could help become part of their main development team too if need be and simply provide your unofficial builds as a "secondary thing" or something.

Discord also seems to work somewhat in it, at least in 2.53.x stable, which is based on FF60 but has security patches going up to 91.x ESR :)

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Xi Jinping's Bear wrote: 10 Feb 2022, 01:38 Pale Moon devs are... weird to say the least. They seem to be pandering purely to angry nostalgiafags more than anything else at this point.

If you're going to do anything, try forking from SeaMonkey stable code - the developers there aren't dickheads and arguably got screwed harder than anyone by Mozilla, so seriously, why not approach them? Heck, you could help become part of their main development team too if need be and simply provide your unofficial builds as a "secondary thing" or something.

Discord also seems to work somewhat in it, at least in 2.53.x stable, which is based on FF60 but has security patches going up to 91.x ESR :)
seamonkey 2.53 is based on gecko56, not 60.
2.57a1 is based on 60esr, but it is quite broken.

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roytam1 wrote: 10 Feb 2022, 02:00
Xi Jinping's Bear wrote: 10 Feb 2022, 01:38 Pale Moon devs are... weird to say the least. They seem to be pandering purely to angry nostalgiafags more than anything else at this point.

If you're going to do anything, try forking from SeaMonkey stable code - the developers there aren't dickheads and arguably got screwed harder than anyone by Mozilla, so seriously, why not approach them? Heck, you could help become part of their main development team too if need be and simply provide your unofficial builds as a "secondary thing" or something.

Discord also seems to work somewhat in it, at least in 2.53.x stable, which is based on FF60 but has security patches going up to 91.x ESR :)
seamonkey 2.53 is based on gecko56, not 60.
2.57a1 is based on 60esr, but it is quite broken.
If he read the SeaMonkey project blog he will not that confident in SeaMonkey:

https://blog.seamonkey-project.org/

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this extension doesn't work on Serpent 52. it's installed but it just doesn't open as intended.

I regularly use it with 360 chrome with no issues. can anyone help ?

https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/behind/

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the last version of Serpent browser (march 2022) doesn't work

I see the sppining circle in all tabs but most sites just don't load so I had to roll back to the working version. (december 2021)

hope you fix this soon. :?

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