Re: roadmap discussions
- From: Reinout van Schouwen <reinouts gnome org>
- To: epiphany-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: roadmap discussions
- Date: Mon, 29 Nov 2004 21:47:52 +0100 (CET)
On Mon, 29 Nov 2004, Mystilleef wrote:
already been bitten by Epiphany's insecure default settings. (Bug
Clearly you let your friend access your PC using your own user account.
IMHO that he was able to access your bank account is due to your own
negligence. There's a reason you can have more than one user on your
(I also think this is partly a problem of your bank's website. With any
of the Dutch banks, no matter how crappy their sites are otherwise, this
couldn't ever happen, since they require like triple authentication
codes with a randomly generated one each time, no browser would be able
to "remember" that..)
When I can easily lock down and secure epiphany so that every time a
user closes epiphany all his/her information is safely deleted, like I
can do in Firefox, then perhaps I will take a look at epiphany again.
Well, I agree this would be a nice feature to have. Christian is working
on it, and it's on the roadmap.
Firefox is especially for GNOME, but today, I see a lot of reasons why
Firefox is preferred, smooth scrolling and auto scrolling for example.
Enabling smooth scrolling by default shouldn't be difficult. Any reason
why we're not doing this?
Reinout van Schouwen student of Artifical Intelligence
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