When a bug tracker makes me jump through hoops () or the bug tracker is hosted by an unethical service (e.g. MS or []):

@bleakgrey, Is there an in-band way that users can report ?

By “in-band”, I mean an informal method using Tootle that’s conducive to “eating one’s own dog food” (so to speak) which has a remote chance of being noticed by Tootle devs. I don’t imagine that you would want your personal mentions to get polluted with bug reports.

Notice from the poll above MS is a non-starter for many.

BTW, thanks for creating Tootle- much appreciated!

@bojkotiMalbona Weird to call Github and Gitlab "unethical services", but I still voted according to the spirit of your question.

If I couldn't disclose properly, I would just post on my blog.

@bojkotiMalbona i discovered that I can't surf anymore in Firefox. The default content blocker of Firefox itself is even blocking the Startpage.

Some more sites don't load CSS and or JS anymore. Maybe connected to cloudflare? Maybe someone else can confirm that?

I switch over to a chromium instance in such cases. That way my Firefox stays a bit cleaner.

@daniels If you're using uMatrix, the page doesn't render unless you allow 3rd party JS from FF without uMatrix, with JS enabled works on

@bojkotiMalbona I don't have uMatrix installed, only "Privacy Badger".

Turning the content blocking of Firefox of will load the page. Having it on, will not load the assets.

JS is enabled, its all about the "Enhanced Tracking Protection is ON for this site".

At least for me.

That are my settings. And I think it's fine that it's not working. But they should build sites you can use without being tracked.

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