Thomas Steiner (@tomayac)

Hamburg, Germany

The below is an off-site archive of all tweets posted by @tomayac ever

January 26th, 2020

“By requiring apps to use @webkit, Apple can rapidly and accurately address exploits across our entire user base and most effectively secure their privacy and security.”-docs.house.gov/meetings/JU/JU…l
…As they could w/ the _alleged_ kill switciphone-services.apple.com/clbl/unauthori…

via Echofon

reillyeon Congress asked Apple a series of questions about this recently and the answers are honestly insulting to the other browser vendors.

docs.house.gov/meetings/JU/JU… twitter.com/justkelly_ok/s…

via Twitter Web App (retweeted on 4:59 PM, Jan 26th, 2020 via Echofon)

@briankardell @cathiechen1 Ooops, sorry. I just skimmed the header and only saw Brian’s Twitter handle. Great article, congratulations, _both_!

via Twitter for iPhone in reply to briankardell

@develwoutacause The preference is system-wide, or, true, can be useragent-wide (one could choose to have one’s browser dark, but the OS light), but DevTools is in my humble opinion not an independent useragent within the browser. It is a special case,

via Twitter for iPhone in reply to develwoutacause

“Who Wrote That” is essentially `git blame` (awful name 😞), but for @Wikipedia content. Get it for @firefox/ Chrome (github.com/wikimedia/WhoW…). More details: mediawiki.org/wiki/Who_Wrote…. twitter.com/mediawiki/stat…

via Echofon

@kennethrohde Yeah, I want as few people as possible to have to write this code (github.com/kenchris/webnf…) again. Looking at your file, directories is something browser-nativefs doesn’t handle yet—mostly because the fallback path is marked deeply red adeveloper.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web…

via Echofon in reply to kennethrohde

@simevidas Try using Excalidraw.com on Firefox/Safari: perfectly usable. Try it on Chrome: even better. So my reply would be: yes, PE makes sense even with experimental APIs.

via Twitter for iPhone in reply to simevidas