On Thu, Jan 21, 2021, at 15:57, Callum Farmer wrote:
I am reviewing (asking for opinions) whether Chromium
should remain in the
distro, as are my equivalents at other Linux distributions since the
announcement of Chrome Sync being removed. I have already removed the keys
needed for Chrome Sync to work from the openSUSE packages.
So, we either keep Chromium without Sync or we ditch it.
We also have the option of packaging an open source Chromium derivative
that has Sync (i think Brave does, not 100%).
So, please reply with opinions.
I think it is best to give people the option;
So keep Chromium as is (with sync disabled), people can always choose to install Google
Chrome (or an alternative) themselves, Chromium is not in the first installed applications
Also for me Chromium without Google Sync is a plus to be honest.
> Callum Farmer
> openSUSE/GitHub/GitLab - gmbr3