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Re: LibreJS Per Site Enable/Disable

From: hi
Subject: Re: LibreJS Per Site Enable/Disable
Date: Thu, 21 Oct 2021 20:34:30 +1100
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kirang <> writes:

> Hi,
> I'm emailing about a feature request for LibreJS - it would be useful
> to have some kind of functionality to allow selectively disabling
> LibreJS on a per-site basis.
> In particular, rather than having to whitelist all the external
> scripts that a particular site uses, it would be nice to just set an
> option to disable LibreJS for a site, and then blanket allow any
> external requests for that site.

This sounds like a good idea.  It gives users more control in what to
whitelist.  Also a script could be essential for one website, but not so
much for another.

> My motivation is that there are certain non-free JS sites that I am
> forced to use for work, but at the same time I don't want to whitelist
> the external scripts these scripts use, because I don't want to run
> these scripts on other pages.
> I wouldn't mind implementing this myself if this is a feature that
> would be welcomed to LibreJS, or is there some kind of ideological
> reason why this would be bad?
> This seemed like the most appropriate place to post this request,
> apologies if it was the wrong venue.
> Thanks,
> Kiran.

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