Re: Bookmarks across browsers
KS <firstname.lastname@example.org> said:
> Hi all,
> I was wondering how to keep my set of bookmarks available across all
> the www-browsers I have on my system. I use Iceweasel primarily but
> since a few months my Konqueror usage has also increased. Other
> browsers that I use are Opera, and Epiphany and once in a blue moon
> What do other users do with their bookmarks when using a different
> browser (on the same machine)? Iceweasel (Firefox) offers to import
> bookmarks when a new profile is created and the import can be done
> manually any time too. However, that is a one time process and also
> ends up with one folder called "Imported Bookmarks" or similar.
> Can't there be a common place for bookmarks which all browsers could
> read? Something like an XML file maybe? ... Or should there be a
> WWW-standard for such a simple but important feature?
> Online services like the one which tastes good ;0) delicious, is
> *online* and not on my hard disk. They work OK, but is not a local
> solution that I like.
> Inputs? Advice?
> PS: please reply to list, I get all debian-user mail.
Personally, I like to keep a text (.html) file on my data key with my
bookmarks on it. Here's a sample:
Cybe R. Wizard
Nice computers don't go down.
Larry Niven, Steven Barnes
"The Barsoom Project"