Tested with Nyxt 2.0.0.
It's FOSS is an award-winning web-portal that focuses on Open Source in general and Linux in particular. Last year, we were delighted to realize they were covering Nyxt.
First, they wrote a whole article describing Nyxt called: Nyxt Browser is a Keyboard-oriented Web Browser Inspired by Emacs and Vim
As a plus, this article ended up being translated to Brazilian Portuguese as the article: Nyxt Browser é um navegador Web orientado a uso com teclado inspirado no Emacs e no Vim.
Second, they did a Top 10 ranking about the Best Web Browsers for Ubuntu and Other Linux Distributions. Nyxt appeared in the 10th place!
For us, these were great news. Except for Brave, all other projects have been running for way longer than Nyxt. For instance, Opera has about my age! And I am already fighting baldness…
The pattern continues, since Firefox and Epiphany (GNOME Web) are almost two decades old. Even more "recent" projects such as Google Chrome and Falkon have been going on for more than a decade. Let's hope this is just beginning.
Stay tuned and may the power of Nyxt be with you!
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