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Sun, 27 Nov 2011 23:24:15 -0500
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I am working on an IceCat/Firefox addon which blocks nonfree nontrivial
This is well on its way to be finalized, at least for a first production
version. However, the web is a very big place and it is hard to test
every single page. We all browse different sites, often written in
different languages, and it is critical to get as many testers as
possible early on so that we can take into account all odd cases that
might arise from a particular site, webpage, or character encoding. We
are currently hunting for bugs while browsing the web using the add-on.
Would anybody here be interested in helping test LibreJS? The goal of
An exciting opportunity to change the web and make it a little more free!
In terms of testing, all you need to do is browse on your usual websites
using LibreJS, and take a look at the source (Ctrl-u) to see if the
removed --> instead of the regular <script>[...]</script> in various
This would help a lot!
If you want to join the effort, please first subscribe to the LibreJS
You can download LibreJS ready to install at the following address:
The sources and GIT repo are available at the following URLs:
Thanks for your attention and your help!
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