Hubird wrote:I for one would be willing to wait longer for a forked build free of all objectionable code.
So, who's going to fork it
- Agreed, but to my actual criteria for acceptable ads.Mike Rosoft wrote:So please don't make decisions on behalf of your users. You said: "We are talking about adding a feature that can be disabled easily." That's the wrong way to go; any whitelisting must be strictly opt-in.
fanboy wrote:But good ads? to me they don't exist, ads are ads, delivery method might be different (text ads vs object/image), but ads are ads. Whats the point of an adblocker if we allow any ads through?
maybee wrote:Why do we block ads?
ads make users experience inconvenience...
Till wrote: ...the content of ads as well:
* No deceptive language...
* No misleading information...
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