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Load can be distributed to IPFS, or just random Internet locations.

"random Internet locations." could be more clearly explained. How selected, how identified, etc. Possibly in a later section.

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@rysiek So, suggested clarifications (I'm not sure which are accurate):

or any HTTP(S) site able to host the content

or one or more HTTP(S) sites also hosting the content

or one or more previously established HTTP(S) sites also hosting the content

or one or more previously established HTTPS sites which will dynamically and automatically rehost the content

or one or more previously established sites which will dynamically and automatically rehost the content using

or any any of a mesh netwoork of sites configured to dynamically host the content

Questions being:

  • What site(s) can / will host content?
  • What protocol(s) are used? HTTP(S)? Any of a set of TCP data transports? UDP? TLS-capable only? Tor? IPFS is apparently available.
  • Are these preconfigured and prepopulated? Preconfigured and dynamically populated? Dynamically configured?
  • Is the user at all aware of alternate sourcing? Are there redirects, or is this all ServiceWorker majick? (I have NFC about Serviceworker stuff, even after scanning docs).

Existing language is ... opaque.

@rysiek "Inshallah" would make another good project name .....

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JavaScript runningin the browser;

s/runningin/running in/

Yes, clearer.

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