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  Re: Beta Update - Request for (more) Testing (mod 0/0)
by Anonymous Coward ( on Thu Aug 10 05:32:33 2017 (GMT)
  > (2) It's using DDG "lite" which does not require JS (that being one of the reasons it was chosen). Plus, of course, users are free to use other means of searching.

But is it really necessary? I doubt that. Why not keep htdig?

> On beta, (new) anonymous contributions are disabled (but old ones and ones made through the legacy/production site are shown).

Is this decision irrevocable? Many users needs Tor to post. I for myself am only posting here because I can use Tor, else I wouldn't be here. Maybe a better captcha would solve the spam better than just blocking all anonymous posting.
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