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    Saar commented  · 

    For regular people, the price is hard to swallow. There is nothing between free and fairly expensive. It's very understandable that they need to charge to keep the operation going, but I wonder how many more people would pay if there was a more affordable plan. Regular, non-power users, just need enough storage and preferably the ability to send from the "pm.me" domain.

    I also think there could be work done to make it easier to clean up your inbox. There's also a bunch of redundant data (logos and corporate pictures that are the same for tens of e-mails - this adds up).

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    Saar commented  · 

    I think it's better to focus on laying the ground work for other projects. For instance, getting a collaboration with a Android distro team or simply forking a project.

    The problem with this, though, is that making sure a distro is actually more secure is a lot of work. They also have to know that they can trust the dev team so that the end-product is something they can put the Proton name by.

    Building an OS from the ground up, however, is a daunting task that is not realistic at this point. No matter how cool it could be.

    Having said that, I'd rather have a better Android OS than something all new that would require every app maker to make a new version. It's just not feasable and it wouldn't do much for "privacy for the masses". They focus on making mainstream alternatives that happen to be secure and private. You don't need to start an OS development project (that will likely fail and be highly costly) to achieve this.

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    Saar commented  · 

    This is a daunting task. I already found missing features in Google Docs and I'm not even an advanced spreadsheeter (as a matter of fact, I'm a beginner).

    I'd love this, though. I just fear it would end up being a worse contender to Google Docs or something full fledged as Libre Office and you'd end up using one of those anyway.

    If they can pull it off, I'd definitely use it! But it has to be compatible with a workflow that mixes between offline, collaboration and different file types etc. It should also be smart and allow for extensions.

    What about focusing on the ground work for open source projects? Making the security core and the open source community could create apps and programs like these? Someone mentioned CryptPad. Could this team collaborate with Proton? Or could they fork the project?

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    Saar commented  · 

    This is not useless and I would like this too. I want the ability to use technology in a greener way.

    If this leads to more load on certain servers, they just have to be upgraded like any server with increased load would be upgraded anyway.

    The person saying it's useless really don't get it. People who care about this will do it themselves? Definitely not. I care a lot but I'm not going to sit down and research where the servers are located and make a spreadsheet before connecting to VPN... Most people wouldn't do this despite caring about the carbon impact. Most people don't research these things and that's part of the reason people have a worse impact on the environment than they could have.

    I didn't think of this before I saw this idea, tbh. For people to change their ways, it needs to be easy and not get in the way of life. It's busy enough already. If this is made easy, then people will use it. Just like in the Uber app where you can search for green cars. Nobody would do that if they had to spend time searching manually for this. Reduce friction. Just like electricity, people take the route with the least resistance.

    This is a great suggestion and there's not much reason not to do it!

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    Saar commented  · 

    Developing a browser takes a lot of time and there are already other really good projects like Brave Browser out there based on Chromium that this functionality could be built upon.

    No need for Proton to get into browser development. It would only take away recources from other projects.

    This functionality could likely be achieved with a browser extension or integration. Perhaps a fork of an open source browser project.

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    Saar commented  · 

    I'm not an editor, publisher or book maker but I still think you should be able to set a default.

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