>>52355530 >every device connected to the internet that doesnt have website services running could be classed as "part of the deep web" by this >apparently i am contributing hundreds of gigabytes of content to the "dark web" >implying implications
What would be necessary to create an alternative to the World Wide Web that more closely resembles what the web originally was?
By that I mean sharing and interlinking static documents with little to no interactivity. A sort of "liteweb" if you will that does not support scripting and has a vastly simpler (and thus faster and lighter) layout system.
Such a thing would be awesome for no-nonsense documentation and research papers as well as blogs and news.
>>52356305 Yeah I've looked at that, but it looks to cater to normal web browsers which fixes one half the equation but not the other. I want to be able to ditch shitty web engines like Blink and WebKit and Gecko for something 1/20th as heavy and complex as often as possible.
Ideally documents served over the liteweb wouldn't be renderable by web engines. I suppose this could be served up via IPFS.
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