Pale Moon 32.1.0 in the news on Ghacks

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Pale Moon 32.1.0 in the news on Ghacks

Unread post by andyprough » 2023-03-22, 12:07

Ghacks website's chief writer/editor Martin Brinkmann has been writing about Pale Moon development since nearly the first version, and has written about this major new release today: https://www.ghacks.net/2023/03/22/pale- ... rovements/

I spotted one thing wrong in the article - He's still claiming that Pale Moon has an Android version. But otherwise he's given some updates on the newly stable Mac versions and the webcomponents updates along with some points from the release notes. From the article's screenshot, it looks like he installed it on Windows when writing about it.

Enjoy it with your coffee or beverage of choice this morning. :coffee:

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Re: Pale Moon 32.1.0 in the news on Ghacks

Unread post by Mæstro » 2023-03-23, 02:45

This article counts as news? I see fragments from the release notes mixed with basic facts and trivia about the browser.
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Re: Pale Moon 32.1.0 in the news on Ghacks

Unread post by Moonchild » 2023-03-23, 03:02

Mæstro wrote:
2023-03-23, 02:45
This article counts as news? I see fragments from the release notes mixed with basic facts and trivia about the browser.
Sounds about right for a big-outlet article in 2023.
But as long as it's mostly accurate, I'm not going to complain too much about free exposure.
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Re: Pale Moon 32.1.0 in the news on Ghacks

Unread post by andyprough » 2023-03-23, 03:59

Mæstro wrote:
2023-03-23, 02:45
This article counts as news? I see fragments from the release notes mixed with basic facts and trivia about the browser.
True, he didn't mention ChatGPT or the name "Elon Musk", so it doesn't really qualify as "news" under the modern definition.

We've got to find some way to associate Musk with Pale Moon so it can get more headlines.

Maybe Pale Moon can become the official browser of the twitterati...

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Unread post by LuftWafflePilot » 2023-03-23, 06:28

Try to squeeze random names like Hitler, chemtrails, covid etc. in, and you'll have more exposure than you ever dreamed of :D

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Unread post by Moonchild » 2023-03-23, 11:26

LuftWafflePilot wrote:
2023-03-23, 06:28
Try to squeeze random names like Hitler, chemtrails, covid etc. in, and you'll have more exposure than you ever dreamed of :D
Not the crowd I'd want exposure to, thanks. :)
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Re: Pale Moon 32.1.0 in the news on Ghacks

Unread post by noellarkin » 2023-03-23, 12:02

Martin Brinkmann's articles is how I first found out about Pale Moon. I'm glad he's still writing about the browser.

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Re: Pale Moon 32.1.0 in the news on Ghacks

Unread post by Mæstro » 2023-03-23, 14:59

LuftWafflePilot wrote:
2023-03-23, 06:28
Try to squeeze random names like Hitler, chemtrails, covid etc. in, and you'll have more exposure than you ever dreamed of :D
That’s Dig Deeper’s job! :lol:
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Re: Pale Moon 32.1.0 in the news on Ghacks

Unread post by moonbat » 2023-03-23, 22:48

Mæstro wrote:
2023-03-23, 14:59
That’s Dig Deeper’s job! :lol:
Off-topic:
A pity because his Mozilla expose is pretty comprehensive. Not so his other posts including an anti capitalist rant everywhere.
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