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The last bit of software I made was a Firefox extension to bypass Twitter's t-dot-co click wrapper. toomanybees.com/fuck-t-co

It is extremely not useful and it took me a while to figure out why I bothered to make it (let alone publish it so it could be installed).

I desperately want to be a part of the exodus from for-profit social media, but I know that I don't have the initiative or confidence to work in a cooperative. So I decided to be a lone saboteur instead. 💣

@esbe idk how involved this would be, but is there any way to get this onto addons.mozilla.org or whatever?

@anotak Right now the only distribution I want is directly from my website.

Being published on addons.mozilla.org kinda comes with the implied responsibility of keeping it working as Twitter changes, etc, and I'm not prepared for that commitment.

However:
1. The bundle on my site is signed and conforms to all Mozilla's reqs (besides having "fuck" in the name).
2. The code is free to modify/republish with no strings attached (though I'd appreciate a link or shout out).

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