GNU Social has always been, and will always be, readable and usable without JavaScript.
> The prime directive
>> Modern looking, consistent and accessible UI across all browsers. Non-JS version as the primary focus, JS is optional and should be regarded as such.‌…
> Optionally there will be some small use cases where JS makes sense (it's the only thing modern browsers understand e.e)

> For example, cropping your avatar before uploading a new one.

> This is the only example until now.

they could've opted to implement it in WebAssembly instead ;)

@FiXato Your opinion has been noted and black helicopters are on their way.
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