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Stuff with the Perl Foundation. A couple of patches in the Perl core. A few CPAN modules. That about sums it up.

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  • Isn't browsing with NoScript interesting? It makes it dead obvious which sites are Javascript abusers, even if they're not in the malicious sense.

    I usually enable scripts only when needed, and almost always temporarily. The worst is when enabling all scripts on a page and reloading requires enabling EVEN MORE, because the scripts loaded scripts from other domains.

    Sigh.

  • My current employer is a web-based business and one of the things I love is how they bend over backwards to ensure that their site is fully functional and looks 100% correct *without* JavaScript.

    We've even had to battle with our payment processor since they recently said they require users to have JS enabled to complete their transaction and that's just ridiculous - it worked *fine* before!

    I hereby nominate my $work_website for the first annual "NoScript Appreciation Award" :-)