|Subject:||Re: [autonomo.us] 'Alternatives Working Group' on Loomio|
|Date:||Fri, 11 Apr 2014 01:16:23 -0700|
> You seem to be saying that GUI web browers can't or don't implementNo, not at all. Browsers implement standards for _reading_ well.
> free formats, protocols, and standards.
However, communicating with other readers or website authors is a mess
on browsers. Forum/blog sites mostly have different commenting
mechanisms and account systems. The standardized ones tend to be
non-Free/centralized; the decentralized ones have little adoption.
When I participate on this (and most) mailing lists I'm on:
If this discussion were on a website:
There is very little standardization and it ends up being a tedious and
laborious process, with lots of memory/CPU consumed, likely some
security bugs, some (XSS) even in the website itself and beyond the
control of browsers.
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