Why Vivaldi is one of the best browsers for Linux
@pavelbisik: Ditto. For me order of use is Pop_OS! 19.10 / Ubuntu 19.10 / Android / Win10. I don't remember the last time I had an issue. Probably when sync was first introduced.
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How about support of the Middle click scrolling for Linux version?
There is a saying, "trust but verify." Apparently, Vivaldi is proprietary software. While Vivaldi says that they respect user privacy and do not retain user data, how do we verify this? When using something like the browser sync service, how do we verify that Vivaldi is not retaining the data for other purposes? Since I am here, how does one change the Vivaldi email password? Will Vivaldi ever have caldev calendars? There are cool things about Vivaldi, but gaps as well.
@ikhider Vivaldi publishes its privacy policies. They could be sued for violating them. Vivaldi code is 100% auditable. You may read it end-to-end if you want to see what the browser is doing.
Yes, there will be a calendar, and it will be cal-dav compatible.
Of course their are gaps. Vivaldi is very young, and there will be gap-filling as long as it is in development - which one hopes will be after I'm dead and gone.
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@rl33: "FOSS" is not a synonym of "best", even on Linux. It often is, but not always.