Re: [dev] Interesting Web Browser Decoupling Concept

From: hiro <>
Date: Tue, 13 Jun 2017 14:46:38 +0200

> However not without labor on the part of the developer.

check the script i posted on this mailing list before that doesn't
require any labor on part of the developer since i posted it.

On 6/13/17, Kamil CholewiƄski <> wrote:
> On Tue, 13 Jun 2017, wrote:
>> When mentioning souldcloud, I usually refer to the "sound editing"
>> feature.
> As a person that does most of his music making in plain old analog
> (including a tape recorder), I miss the point of having a web service
> doing audio stuff, i.e. what can SC do in the browser that I couldn't do
> with a desktop app?
>> For youtube, we agree 100%, but it seems that the javascript/modern web
>> engine
>> combo is used as a kind of DRM... namely the dependency by complexity is
>> _on
>> purpose_ (see the user agreement of youtube: you MUST use the
>> javascript/modern
>> web engine video player. [...]
> In principle, in practice youtube-dl[1] still works pretty well ;)
> However not without labor on the part of the developer.
> I suspect there will be a way, as long as YT allows watching videos
> without logging in - which would get a lot of people upset.
> [1]:
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