Re: Bug#203498: ITP: decss -- utility for stripping CSS tags from an HTML page.
>>>>> "SL" == Steve Langasek <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
SL> If the intent is *only* as a political tool, I would agree
SL> that this decss program achieves its aims fairly effectively;
SL> but it is in no way a useful piece of *software*, which is
SL> what Emile seems to be arguing by disagreeing that it's
SL> trivial to implement. The question then is whether we want to
SL> include programs in Debian which are useful only as something
SL> other than software.
So, I'm the upstream author of Pigdog DeCSS
(http://www.pigdog.org/decss/), and I have received numerous emails
from people who actually use it for stripping cascading stylesheet
info from HTML pages.
So, unfortunately, it's not 100% useless.