I know it’s not what you ask for, still… Most of the people that are behind the sentences like
in modern web apps disabling push notifications does not make sense seem to not understand that crushing majority of people using all those applications want to have a choice, they want to be able to opt in into all that crap. Now when it comes to, for example majority of the US businesses I’m at their mercy when it comes to be able to opt out. Stuff like GDPR exist for a reason. And did remove some of mobile apps I was interested in because I wasn’t able to opt out from the push notifications (other than on a system level). IMHO when it comes to browsers making push notifications enabled by default does not make any sense at all, when majority of users don’t want any push notifications at all from majority of websites they are visiting.
While from developer perspective, push notifications enabled by default may make sense, it does not from a user perspective. And “users” and not “devs” are those that browser makers have to make happy if they want to earn money.
PS. I’m really interested in that talk to, because I’m wondering what arguments are behind this insane statement
in modern web apps disabling push notifications does not make sense.