Today, while searching the web for any potential extra Epiphany plugins, I came accross a couple of blog posts, which, when combined together, they make a great review of my beloved web browser. Until today, I thought that falling upon Epiphany reviews was one of the rarest things to happen to me, so I decided to write a post about them. All are very well-written:
- Why you should try Epiphany as your default browser with GNOME 2.14 – Deals with the Epiphany stock features.
- Epiphany is hype, get over it – Deals with Epiphany and the Deskbar-applet integration.
- ZeroConf Bookmarks in Epiphany – This one is about what the title says: Zeroconf Bookmarks, IMHO a feature with a capital "F".
These guys seem to be on the "Ubuntu" side of the river (just joking here), but I guess that’s just fine, since they have done a great job and since I am an Ubuntu admirer ;-)
Well Done dudes!
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