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Bradley Kuhn (bkuhn) - 7 years ago 2016-08-30 18:24:34
Ensure user freedom for Javascript.

The fundamental point here probably goes without saying given who the
project leader is. ;)

The LibreJS thing may end up to be nice-to-have. LibreJS has some
serious problems -- I've had difficulty getting websites to work with
the plugin because the LibreJS plugin makes overly simplistic
assumptions about how Javascript is often deployed on a website.

But, we should try to be compatible if it's possible.
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  with the flow, then work to add JavaScript-free functionality in a later
  In any case, Javascript used will respect software freedom of users and, *if
  possible*, will adhere to LibreJS protocols.

## Requirements for later releases

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