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This page summarizes the projects mentioned and recommended in the original post on reddit.com/r/freesoftware

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  • Reddit

    Reddit, for the record, used to be free software four years ago, then the frontend was reimplemented. At least there is an active fork but the site that hosts it is less than stellar in terms of moderation.

  • saidit

    The reddit open source fork powering SaidIt

    Reddit, for the record, used to be free software four years ago, then the frontend was reimplemented. At least there is an active fork but the site that hosts it is less than stellar in terms of moderation.

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  • reddio

    I use old.reddit.com with LibreJS, 3 non-trivial scripts whitelisted, and the RES extension. This makes the site very usable most of the time, but for some reason it occasionally just doesn't work (voting, loading more comments, and commenting all stop working at once typically). When old.reddit.com doesn't work, I use reddio (git clone the URL if you don't want to use GitLab's JavaScript) to do the broken actions.

  • Reddit-Enhancement-Suite

    Reddit Enhancement Suite

    I use old.reddit.com with LibreJS, 3 non-trivial scripts whitelisted, and the RES extension. This makes the site very usable most of the time, but for some reason it occasionally just doesn't work (voting, loading more comments, and commenting all stop working at once typically). When old.reddit.com doesn't work, I use reddio (git clone the URL if you don't want to use GitLab's JavaScript) to do the broken actions.

NOTE: The number of mentions on this list indicates mentions on common posts plus user suggested alternatives. Hence, a higher number means a more popular project.

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