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Re: [Help-librejs] Avoiding the javascript Trap server-side

From: Igor Zobin
Subject: Re: [Help-librejs] Avoiding the javascript Trap server-side
Date: Fri, 09 Mar 2018 14:29:36 -0500

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Am 9. März 2018 5:41 PM schrieb Dmitry Alexandrov <address@hidden>:

> > > For now, I took a liberty to move it back to address@hidden by
> > > 
> > > resending your message and continuing there.
> > 
> > Right, thanks for that. I'm not used to using maillists, this is why
> > 
> > I'm prone to clicking on "reply" instead of "reply all".
> Yes, I always wondered, why so many MUAs tend to make ‘reply to sender only’ 
> easier to press rather that ‘follow-up’ / ‘reply to all’. Even not in context 
> of a mailing list, the former is needed much rarely than the latter, if not 
> to say that is almost never needed.
> If your MUA is one of these, rebinding them vice versa might be helpful.

It's more an issue of me not being used to mail lists.
> > > Sounds nice. I would definitely like to see it, when it’s published
> > > 
> > > (in the case it’s in English or Russian).
> > 
> > English, Russian and German. The site is going to have all 3
> > 
> > languages.
> Pardon another unasked advice, but in such case separate feeds for them would 
> be highly desirable. (Even if meta-tags are set correctly.)

Thanks for the advice, but this is getting quite offtopic now. I think, the 
original question is resolved - one option for creating a website that will 
respect the users freedom turns out to be a static site generator (like jekyll).

> Thanks, I was not aware of that. Jekyll as of is still 
> strictly focused on static builds, though, as far as I see.

That is their basis of course, but they do offer plugins that allow much more. 
Some of them include javascript, some don't. A global search function is 
another example of a jekyll plugin that makes it much more like a "real" CMS. 
It's all in their "docs" section of the website. Also, running jekyll in 
"watch" mode, will make it  re-generate the static content each time the source 
content has changed. This will make it look very much dynamic even without 
extra plugins.

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