Re: GNOME 3.26 Release Parties

  > It's difficult and time-consuming to audit a code-base received via a 
  > web-browser. It can also very from client to client. Do you have a tool 
  > that can tell us if a website contains non-free JavaScript? Perhaps a 
  > browser plugin?

Yes, it is called LibreJS.  It functions in Firefox.

A new version of LibreJS, which is much faster and uses WebExtensions,
will be released as soon as WebExtensions supports a certain new feature.

Dr Richard Stallman
President, Free Software Foundation (,
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