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#1 27-02-2016 13:30:03

wanica
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Javascript, ça craint !

https://libreplanet.org/wiki/Group:Free … ction_Team
https://libreplanet.org/wiki/Group:LibrePlanet_France
We're putting pressure on webmasters to make their sites work without proprietary JavaScript. They can do this by switching to free JavaScript libraries, or by modifying their sites so they don't need JavaScript at all to run. Our tactic is to organize lots of people to contact the webmasters and request the change. The first target Web site is Regulations.gov
The FSF is starting a campaign to get important Web sites working without proprietary JavaScript. Learn more and take action!
We're putting pressure on webmasters to make their sites work without proprietary JavaScript. They can do this by switching to free JavaScript libraries, or by modifying their sites so they don't need JavaScript at all to run. Our tactic is to organize lots of people to contact the webmasters and request the change. The first target Web site is Regulations.gov, which the American government uses to take feedback on proposed regulatory changes.
hmm
To put this in perspective, the feature rich, popular, and mature jQuery JavaScript library, when minified, is only 97,403 characters in length. It's not clear what the JavaScript on Regulations.gov does or why it is necessary or useful. All we know is that it is required to download and run on your computer if you want to submit a comment through the site. We have previously tried to persuade Regulations.gov to eliminate the proprietary JavaScript from their site, and have urged them that if they will not release it as free software, to at least make it so you do not have to run it in order to submit a comment.

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