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Just found out about a new browser through Voat.
https://brave.com/

Apparently there's a waiting list to download it.

Could it be a potential candidate for porting to n900, etc?

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Originally Posted by mike727 View Post
(it forced me to choose a prefix)
Just found out about a new browser through Voat.
https://brave.com/

Apparently there's a waiting list to download it.

Could it be a potential candidate for porting to n900, etc?
They use node.js, so should be doable
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They use node.js, so should be doable
They seem to use a whole bunch of other stuff as well, including the libchromiumcontent from the atom.io editor and GTK.
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Originally Posted by mike727 View Post
Could it be a potential candidate for porting to n900, etc?
It's based on Chromium.
Good luck with that on our ancient kernel! [1][2]

There MAY be chances with a newer kernel. [3]


[1] http://talk.maemo.org/showthread.php?t=93962
[2] https://code.google.com/p/chromium/i...tail?id=146126
[3] http://talk.maemo.org/showthread.php...08&page=16#158
 

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from https://www.brave.com/FAQ.html

Our browser-inserted ads will come from ad agencies and our direct partners. We have several advantages over traditional channels:

1. The in-browser targeting engine has substantially more information about the user's activity available to it than traditional tracking methods, while simultaneously providing greater privacy and control for the user.

2. We can provide access to all of the top publishers through a single channel with guaranteed “share of voice”. This combination of better targeting and first-look access to all of the premium placements our users browse is something that no one else can provide.
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