I think you have hit the nail on the head there, I'm not knocking the effort or the need for a decent browsing experience but at what cost ?!gkreidl wrote: But the real problem is the mess the foundation produced by publishing the new epiphany browser and that no one cares about fixing it. I already published the dependency problem in three different places and also sent an email to one of the developers from the collabora team and got no answer until now. In the beginning I got a lot of help from one of the developers of the collabora team to make kweb(3) work again and I've sent quite a number of bug reports to him. They promised to fix the bugs very soon, but nothing has happened since and now I don't get answers to my emails any more..
I have to ask why push something out that is clearly not ready for mass consumption, I have a PC or phone if I want to watch YT or go browsing, I use the Pi for development and want to be able to use it for that, wading through errors and fixing things in a stock install is not my idea of development, its just a huge turn off... The biggest frustration is as you say finding someone responsible, who in the foundation makes the calls ?