Andrey (azangru) wrote,

It seems one lasting casualty of our internet regulators’ fucking with Telegram, is GitBook, used by various open-source projects as a documentation tool. Client-side navigation on these docs sites is now completely screwed up. And since GitBook is too low-profile for anyone to actually care, I doubt an improvement can be expected soon.

(Also I suspect that after that mayhem the BBC sites started working much slower and less reliably in Russia. I am not 100% positive, but I believe they used to work much, much better before. Again, since no-one really cares (it’s not google search or youtube, after all), I am afraid that’s how the things will remain for a long while.)

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