The fact that we can have multiple open source operating systems but not one open source fully fledged browser that is not tied to a company worries me. The web truly has gotten way too complex.


@raichoo Maybe both. The web has gotten way too complex, but the community is too fragmented and unfocused. There's too much playing-around, too much doing things just for fun and no real commitment to join forces and solve such problems. We would need one good non-corporate web browser. Do we really need a dozen of half-baked open-sourc operating systems?

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