https://bugzilla.wikimedia.org/show_bug.cgi?id=25281

--- Comment #8 from Trevor Parscal <tpars...@wikimedia.org> 2010-09-24 07:50:12 
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Access to user preferences on the client has been a want of front-end
developers for some time, and has been being done in part for a while by
in-lining them. However, it is completely reasonable to make a white/black list
for these things, rather than just output them, as you say, unconditionally.

Assuming we never send the preferences of one user to another, the only
advantage I can see to conditionally exporting user options to the client is a
reduction of the size of the data being added to the page - which I am a fan
of.

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