Follow

Browsh is pretty awesome. Having spent the last month connected to the internet 3 hours a day, I ended up just cancelling my internet service this week and tethering to my phone full time.

The modern web is actually fairly usable with browsh running on my remote server connecting via mosh instead of ssh. (If you try this: use the latest version of mosh from git otherwise rendering will be borked.)

~150kbps over here according to speed test, but it feels quite snappy.

FYI:

- Google accounts (not surprisingly) claim browsh is "insecure" and refuse to allow login.
- Atlassian login just straight up doesn't work. The username field seems stuck on "please enter an email address"

(Which is a bummer, since I have to use these bloated sites now & then for work throughout the week.)

Show thread

@hecanjog I know this is not what you're writing about, but I looked at mosh.org and couldn't find an answer. Do you know if #mosh is still being developed? Is there a client on #fdroid ?

Sign in to participate in the conversation
post.lurk.org

Welcome to post.lurk.org, an instance for discussions around cultural freedom, experimental, new media art, net and computational culture, and things like that.