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Re: [GMG-Devel] Survey requires nonfree Javascript

From: Laura Arjona
Subject: Re: [GMG-Devel] Survey requires nonfree Javascript
Date: Tue, 12 Nov 2013 20:02:02 +0100

Hi all
Thanks everybody for your interest and for your concerns.
This conversation is a bit off-topic from Mediagoblin, so I suggest to
move to #libresoft channel at Freenode IRC or by replying to

The only javascript that we use in the website is in index.en.html and for embedding the Twitter timeline, using the official
Twitter widget for that purpose.

You can block it without loosing any information in the website
itself, and I replicate all the microblogging in
I'll talk the rest of the team about changing that widget to an
embedded RSS/atom feed from the Quitter account.

Laura Arjona

2013/11/12 John Sullivan <address@hidden>:
> <address@hidden> writes:
>> Can the developer do their own testing with LibreJS to make sure beforehand
>> that their code will not be blocked?   If LibreJS is blocking something, it
>> is likely non free.
> That's actually only technically true right now -- yes, code without
> notices on it has to be considered proprietary, because that's the way
> copyright works. But in fact, a lot of it can be distributed as free,
> and is just not marked in the right way. So the first conclusion to test
> when LibreJS blocks something is actually that it is free but not marked
> as such.
> -john
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