Really sad CalyxOS decided to fuck things up between Bromite and GrapheneOS. Context:

I get what the Bromite devs are trying to say, but you can't just take a neutral stance by refusing to see evidences of abuse. Claims are ready to be backed up by evidences, these are not just random claims.

Bromite is a project I used to like, although I don't use it nowadays. I still hope this is a huge misunderstanding.

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More context: Bromite and Vanadium used to share code together, not so much on the Vanadium-side recently due to licensing issues. But this wasn't a huge issue and GrapheneOS had no problem with Bromite.

It's a problem when the abusers are reusing code from Bromite which was made by GrapheneOS contributors and community members. A bit of decency is required.

@wonderfall I don't really know what happened. But at the end this is only going to damadge end users since #Bromite is one of the best browsers on Android.

@srestegosaurio GrapheneOS plans to make a standalone version of Vanadium, and imho this will be the best option once it's available outside of GrapheneOS.

@wonderfall Well, if you get the best of both worlds without needing a Pixel I guess that it's not a terrible solution.

But I still dislike seeing conflicts betwen projects. :/
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