Beaker browser

Andrew Perez
Andrew Perez

I've been using the beaker browser for little bit I mean it seems OK but my only complaint is it tends to be a little bit finicky sometimes I usually use it to visit fritter Is supposedly a peer to peer Twitter I don't know why I waste my time with it to be honest with you but what's your opinion about it

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Jack Baker
Jack Baker

Cool but useless

Dominic Jenkins
Dominic Jenkins

I like it: in browser editor, git-like source view, offline first, ability to fork websites, dat urls are hashed by default and p2p.

It has lots of potential just needs a bigger community that’s actually using the platform properly. If there was more digital-xerography, more people creating tools for it, Chrome/Firefox support for dat, etc

Leo Thomas
Leo Thomas

nice run-on sentence, faggot
are you a phoneposter by any chance?

Ryan Johnson
Ryan Johnson

Yup I don't even type it myself I just use the recognition thing on my phone I use the omni chan app

Parker Harris
Parker Harris

I think beaker also had IPFS support at one point But they removed it for some reason

Isaac Bailey
Isaac Bailey

The Website only talks about their p2p thing and if I look at a new browser, it's because it potentially changes how I can interact with sites in a better way not that it offers some twitter clone full of people I don't want to talk to.

Also:
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Blake Reyes
Blake Reyes

What ever floats your boat moo moo

Samuel Nguyen
Samuel Nguyen

Beaker is cool, and I hope it gets more people using it. It does have the same privacy problem as torrents do; basically to read and access stuff exposes your IP address to anyone seeding the content.

Isaiah Peterson
Isaiah Peterson

They removed it because the team partnered up with the dat project. I assume they signed some sort of agreement to support only dat.
It's a good thing IPFS is trying to get integrated into all browsers, instead of requiring a new one.

Luis Murphy
Luis Murphy

no privacy policy or TOS
bye

Luke Diaz
Luke Diaz

True Building a new browser from scratch is kind of hard And if they did he would be very unstable

Jeremiah Phillips
Jeremiah Phillips

Mozilla and Brave promised to add IPFS over a year ago. What's taking browser devs so long?

Brayden Brown
Brayden Brown

IPFS is still in alpha. It takes time to implement stuff, especially stuff that's nowhere near completion.
Anyway, at least Brave is still working on adding IPFS.

Caleb Phillips
Caleb Phillips

Beaker is built using the Electron framework and therefore uses the Chromium browser as a renderer for webpages.
Sigh.

Gavin Walker
Gavin Walker

Does it have request blocking?

Nathaniel Martin
Nathaniel Martin

A browser for bloated text-based hypertext web pages. Using unsafe protocols from the 70s and an authoritative domain name resolution service.
I don't understand how different TLDs have a fucking different prize. DNS has it's owns faults.

Michael Flores
Michael Flores

HAPAS ARE SUPERIOR TO WHITES

Luis Bell
Luis Bell

HAPAS ARE SUPERIOR TO WHITES

Justin Hernandez
Justin Hernandez

HAPAS ARE SUPERIOR TO WHITES

Ian Taylor
Ian Taylor

HAPAS ARE SUPERIOR TO WHITES

Caleb Murphy
Caleb Murphy

HAPAS ARE SUPERIOR TO WHITES

Leo Lee
Leo Lee

Oof, the racism in this thread!

Jayden Miller
Jayden Miller

These are our enemies. Why are we supporting them?

Jordan Turner
Jordan Turner

Masons, Masons everywhere...

Logan Evans
Logan Evans

Schizophrenia is one hell of a drug.

Samuel Thomas
Samuel Thomas

Yeah, right. Fucking kike.