Re: [dev] [dwm] 2000 SLOC

From: Nick <>
Date: Mon, 31 Oct 2011 23:28:27 +0000

Quoth Connor Lane Smith:
> ... because it clashes with the developers' CSS. That's the problem. I
> think there ought to be pure style-free semantic HTML, and then users
> can style every site to fit their personal needs, without it resulting
> in ugly. Unfortunately people take the opportunity to fill their sites
> with useless text, adverts, and JavaScript, which makes this difficult
> to achieve. I want to live in an eternal local 'Readability'.

Indeed. HTML5 does in theory help this slightly, by adding article,
header, menu tags, but basically people will probably continue
shoving crap everywhere making such a strategy unworkable.

In the meantime, lynx works pretty well.

<shameless plug> is a little js thing I wrote
which is basically a nicer, simpler version of readability. works
with surf, uzbl, chrome, firefox.
</shameless plug>

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