In Ubuntu LTS, yes it is.
I'll need to see what it's state is on the most current version when I get home.
I see "recommended by Pocket" in Firefox mobile, so it's there too.
Upon review, yes, Pocket is still a thing in the latest version of Firefox
Same project but run by people who care about product quality and are not completely deluded thinking they are running a mini-Google or micro-Microsoft.
And that's my rant for tonight. Cheers
Even with what has happened with Pocket, I disagree that Mozilla has is trying to be Google or Microsoft rather than making quality open source software.
On quality Mozilla still stands out to me as still driving competition in web browsers with Firefox alone.
Rust isn't as hyped as it was, but is definitely high quality.
Mozilla's A-Frame is definitely my favorite framework for VR.
However, Pocket is a debacle they really ought to cut off and learn from.
Well, we'll disagree there. 🙂
Seeing the stuff going into #Bugzilla and comparing against what was being released had always been an exercise in WTF-ness.
Maybe they changed now, but I lost all confidence in them years ago already.
#pocket, "hello", etc., are clear examples: a year before "hello" they went about (rightly) killing a lot of functionality in the core that could be implemented as add-ons instead - 1/2
For values of “best” ≈ “least bad”?
Perhaps. I only use #Firefox because it took me many years to figure out how to lock it down to a reasonable level. On every upgrade, it is usually a matter of seeing what they broke this time and adjusting user.js accordingly.
Containers do not work in private mode so their usefulness is at best limited.
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