Why oh why would you need to run unwelcome code on my browser just to allow me to see archived pages?
I wouldn't mind running your own code (assuming it's Free Software) but how could I then tell it apart from code that the archived sites would have attempted to run, and that would be archived and served by the archive? That, I definitely do NOT want to run on my computer!
Please restore the ability to use the web archive without running web blobs, and without taking out my web condom.
I have the very same problem with every page in archive.org.
Some people, also in Trisquel forums, suggest to use it instead of GNUnet or GNU MediaGoblin, but I told them that so far the problems are:
Not all default conversion or publishing formats are free/libre software friendly. It's like they're making free/libre software friendly formats as a "back-up", but aren't making presure so that society uses these free/libre software friendly formats.
The pages for each published work in archive.org require the average (and not tech skilled) user to run non-free software automatically.