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So many people saying they're switching from Firefox. Won't this only make the problem worse?
If you're switching to Brave or qutebrowser or UnGoogled Chromium or something, you're only strengthening Google's monopoly. If you're switching to a Webkit-based browser like Epiphany, you're shifting the monopoly towards Safari, whose parent company doesn't consider the Web a priority.
That Mozilla has bad management doesn't change the fact that Firefox is the most viable option for the open web.
During most of my career I've worked without an IDE, only using a text editor and some CLI tools. At my previous job the CTO smiled when I mentioned this during the interview, saying he liked that without telling me why.
Now I understand: it forced me to design things so they are simple enough to fit into my head.
The codebase I'm working on right now has been written by people who love both IDEs and OOP design patterns. It's a painful convoluted mess.
The new #a11y API for #GTK 4 is taking shape in GitLab: https://gitlab.gnome.org/GNOME/gtk/-/merge_requests/2239
The new implementation drops the old abstraction layer called ATK, and it's heavily modelled on WAI-ARIA; on Linux, it will talk to ATs using AT-SPI, and on other platforms it will use their native API.
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