this could end up as an Embrace, Extend, Extinguish if it becomes the primary client that people use. but vivaldi is pretty niche and they open-source most components, so that makes it less likely
I would have switched to Vivaldi years ago if the whole thing was open source, but there’s no way in good consciousness I can support a closed source browser
And since it is closed source, I could never call it a privacy conscious browser.
It’s true, if something is closed source there’s no way to verify it’s secure, and if it’s not secure, it’s not private.
Sounds like a good fit since additional services is kind of vivalidis point of difference.
yes, their mail and calendar are great. such a breath of fresh air from the usual bloatware i find in corporate tech. i use open-source apps instead, but i can’t deny the convenience of having it all in one app, and the better UI from it being a corporate development
Mastodon works fine in the Web Panel o Vivaldi, I use it from there
@Zerush @SilentlyAnonymous i use it from firefox, it works well
In the web panel?
Where are a web panel in FF?
Not open source so not using it
@MattGade @SilentlyAnonymous agree
Hope they do, i love Vivaldi
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