A kind of conflict ipfire vs. discourse

hello world

imho:
ipfire is to fw’s what palemoon is for browser’s.

quite sad to read:

What are the minimum browser requirements?
Discourse is designed for the next 10 years of the Internet, so the minimum browser requirements are high.
Discourse supports the latest, stable releases of all major browsers and platforms:
Microsoft Edge
Google Chrome
Mozilla Firefox
Apple Safari
Additionally, we aim to support Safari on iOS 12.5+ until January 2023 (Discourse 3.0).

so it is not possible to visit and participate on https://community.ipfire.org/
by using palemoon :full_moon: :wolf:

so far my feedback

post scriptum:
th uix is ridiculous i cant send my reply from
the so called ‘full screen composer’ :man_facepalming:

I never heard of Pale Moon before! (I don’t get out much! :upside_down_face:)

Thank you for letting us know Pale Moon doesn’t work. Since it is Firefox based I am surprised it doesn’t work.

Honestly it would be much better to let Discourse know. It would be Discourse that would make any changes. I believe their https://meta.discourse.org/ has a site feedback section also.

@jon
happy to help you out with palemoon.
i hope, despite ur :upside_down_face: , u see the
points in common for ipfire and palemoon… :goggles:

under the guise of useless features the ‘user’ is
pushed into directions declared as ‘good’

to be more specific: discourse claims itself as opensource/civilized
and lists m$ and geevil as very first requirements :japanese_ogre: