I would suggest including flock,instead of firefox. Why? Because its different than firefox,while firefox is almost the same as seamonkey.
That's not a reason. "Why did you take potatoes instead of spaghetti? Because it's different than spaghetti, while spaghetti is almost the same as macaroni."
upload photos to flickr/photobucket, chat with online buddies, save a whole website as a single jpg (web clipboard), watch/search youtube,flickr and many other from the media bar...
I can already do those things, without a media bar. except for saving the webpage as jpeg. Instead, "save as" works fine.
What is it that firefox does wrong? Why do people seem to think that one of the best known open source projects should be replaced with something much more obscure like this flock or seamonkey? I'm not saying something being well-known is a good reason to keep it around, but what about all the users that have been using firefox for years now? I have, and I think it's doing a pretty nice job.
I don't think Vector should include *anything* in place of Firefox. I think anyone using Linux pretty much expects Firefox to be included.
Maybe Flock could be an optional package.
Agreed, as in "in the repo's", not on disc. There's already 5 browsers (Firefox, seamonkey, opera, dillo, lynx) on there to satisfy most peoples browsing wishes. No use putting any more browsers on there, we need some room for other stuff besides browsers as well on those cd's
After all this, I'd just like to say I might
give flock a go if somebody packages it for the repo.