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> A soft-blocklist against social media, news, entertainment & consumerism
Import uBlock filters manually
- Open uBlock Origin settings
- Under the "Filter lists" tab, scroll to the bottom where it says “Custom” and click the “Import” checkbox to reveal the custom URL textbox
- Paste the URL
https://codeberg.org/polarhive/arceo/raw/branch/main/lists/all.txtinto the textbox
Apply Changesin the upper left hand corner
Note: For some reason the add to uBlock-Origin button only works when you view
this repository on GitHub, proceed to add
the URL manually. Alternatively, append the blocklist to your
for hard-blocking sites.
Why did you make this?
Nowadays, I get all my social media updates using RSS feeds: using newsboat. I block Facebook, Reddit, Twitter, YouTube & other mainstream social media in this blocklist.
I can browse and search articles locally, in pure plain-text. Paired with newsboat macros, I can archive videos with yt-dl, maintain a weekend binge-list or save articles for-later. I don't like recommendation engines when I'm browsing. I want things to be static & not disturb my workflow. I've blocked news sites, streaming sites, e-commerce and sites that have anti-user behaviour — à la tracking, recommendation engines that keep you hooked. Feel free to fork this project & tune it to your needs.
Want to add a site?
Did I miss any site? Send me an email or use my /contact form.
When you use uBlock Origin — you can temporarily whitelist the site to load
content should you need it. Want to go Cold Turkey? — block websites
system-wide by appending the blocklist to your
Note: Unblocking sites takes a bit more time as you need to clear your local DNS cache / rebooting. This friction should work to your advantage.
What's with the name?
arceo: Latin word meaning — 'keeping away' or 'preventing'
This repo is hosted on Codeberg & mirrored to GitHub for traffic.