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Glad to see it’s back, but I wish it didn’t rely on Javascript.

Ward seems to have rewritten the site to be a single-page application: https://github.com/WardCunningham/remodeling

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    Never loads for me in FF. :( Not sure why.

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      My Firefox web developer console says:

      Cross-Origin Request Blocked: The Same Origin Policy disallows reading the remote resource at http://code.jquery.com/jquery-3.1.1.js. (Reason: CORS header ‘Access-Control-Allow-Origin’ missing).

      Which is weird, because that header is definitely there when I visit the resource directly, and that’s jQuery’s CDN, so why would they block hotlinking?

      There’s also:

      None of the “sha256” hashes in the integrity attribute match the content of the subresource.

      …which I assume is because the script wasn’t loaded because of CORS (if I download it manually and SHA256-hash it myself, the hash checks out).

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        …and now it works for me. I hadn’t even restarted my browser.

        Ah, the Web.

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        Is javascript disabled?

        Its new js-powered implementation is also invisible to archive.org, unfortunately.

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          If it wasn’t broke… (It kinda was broke, but they made it read-only. This new site is also read only. Ward’s liked re-implementing the wiki in SPAs before though, see this, if you can figure out the UI.)

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            FedWiki’s UI is actually kind of interesting. Is that where the old c2 community migrated to? I’ll have to spend some time delving into it.

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        Maybe useful to some folks:

        https://imode.gitlab.io/projects/c2/

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          Sadly, I can only see a spinner now

          http://imgur.com/a/ozSor