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  • Ask HN: Is Firefox better than Chrome when it comes to user security?
    > I actually have more faith in servo: Together with RedoxOS, COSMIC EPIC, and coreutils in Rust -- the future holds such great potential :). - Source: Hacker News / 1 day ago
  • Ask HN: Is Firefox better than Chrome when it comes to user security?
    Yes, Specially Brave (within the Chromium-spectrum only) is probably one of the best choices (if we ignore some details, of course...) Still, I actually have more faith in servo: - Source: Hacker News / 1 day ago
  • Mozilla Corporation Org Changes to Accelerate Our Path to the Future
    Https:// is seeing new development alongside which seems like it could replace Electron, getting them a little closer to native speed and memory usage. It'd be nice to see more and more of Servo integrated into Firefox. Web pages rendered at 120fps and fewer memory leaks in long-lived many-tabbed browser sessions would be lovely. - Source: Hacker News / 26 days ago
  • GitHub Sponsor the Servo Rust project!
    Servo, the embeddable, independent, memory-safe, modular, parallel web rendering engine. - Source: / about 2 months ago
  • Bringing Exchange Support to Thunderbird
    Actually leave html rendering to Servo - Source: Hacker News / 2 months ago
  • The Ladybird Browser Project
    Great to see some competition still alive in browser engine development. See also Servo (previously part of Mozilla) - that and Ladybird are still very underdeveloped compared to every day browsers. It's a huge shame that there are no nightly builds of ladybird to try out but I assume that's because they just don't want the bug reports (if everything doesn't work it's pointless getting random... - Source: Hacker News / 5 months ago
  • ❓ Is Google flagging activity from Firefox and targeting uBlock?
    It won't don't worry. There already are forks, for the worst case scenario. And Servo is on its way. Not yet ready, but it will be. Originally, from Mozilla kitchen. Source: 7 months ago
  • Ask HN: How can we help Firefox not to dissapear?
    After pause, there is still ongoing development on embeddable engine: - Source: Hacker News / 8 months ago
  • Rusty revenant Servo returns to render once more
    [Article author/submitter here] I can only tell you that it is not what this is about, inasmuch as I was at the talk and there was not a single mention of Firefox Reality or Wolvic in the talk. Wolvic might use Servo – but I think if it did they would mention it, right? The talk didn't and the word "Wolvic" does not occur anywhere on So I am guessing not, no. Igalia has -- or rather... - Source: Hacker News / 9 months ago
  • I'm fed up with it, so I'm writing a browser
    Well, there's Servo [1], which I have high hopes for. [1] - Source: Hacker News / 9 months ago
  • Servo Browser Engine: What's on your mind for its use?
    For the Servo web browser engine(, I can see people wanting to use it for building browsers, for games, as an alternative to Electron, and more. These all appear to be substantial endeavors, which also implies significant efforts. What are some small, medium, or even large-sized projects for which you would like to use the Servo web browser engine? - Source: Hacker News / 10 months ago
  • When would you (not) recommend Go over Rust?
    Rust hits a nice sweet spot by allowing you to write almost any multithreading pattern you may need, but statically ensuring that you don't break any of the multithreading rules, and it would be my choice for such a large task. The tradeoff here is that the language itself is more complicated; it's hard to imagine how Rust could run in the 1990s, because even if you teleported the entire source code back in time... Source: 12 months ago
  • Aetheron: Your Private, Efficient, and Modular Browser
    I for one, would actually not mind a chromium based browser for the security aspect but I also like Gecko/Quantum. Maybe look into Servo? Source: 12 months ago
  • It probably has been done before. No shame on chrumium, it's good browser, but come one people, skins are not separate browsers
    There's also stuff like Kraken, whatever SerenityOS is doing for its web browser and what I hope takes over very soon - Servo. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Why aren't there any WebKit based Opensource browsers ?
    I really hope Servo becomes something now that development has started on it again. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Is RUST a good choice for building web browsers?
    And there's a browser engine written in Rust as well, Servo - which was originally created by Mozilla, but it's independent now. Not a complete browser mind you. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Firefox displayed a pop-up ad for Mozilla VPN over an unrelated page
    Maybe it's time to focus more on servo, a browser engine written in rust, originally created, but later abandoned by Mozilla. Seems like it starts rolling again. - Source: Hacker News / about 1 year ago
  • We need people fighting for Firefox.
    Still we can do our part. I wish people were more aware about Servo, contributed and donated to it. I am positive if it had more founding and support, it could give way to more diversity to the web and can become a strong basis for a serious contender to the hegemony of Google Chrome. Source: about 1 year ago
  • The last barrier before monopoly
    For reference on how complex a browser engine is, check out the Servo project. It's an attempt to write a browser engine from scratch in Rust, which was governed by Mozilla from ~2013 until 2020, and is now under the Linux Foundation. Here is their 2023 roadmap, and see how long basic CSS2 support is planned to take, even with a team of active developers. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Which web browsers are not based on Firefox, Webkit, or Chromium?
    There are also new and actively developed web browsers based on their own engines: Flow Browser, Ladybird and Servo. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Until the end
    It’s still around as a “independent, modular, embeddable web engine” ( so it may have some use as an electron alternative. I am not sure though. Source: over 1 year ago

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