Background: Reader Mode, as seen in Safari and other browsers, extracts the main content of article based web pages using sophisticated heuristics, and displays this with a very readable font.
All navigation, headers, footers, and other fluff is removed. The mode only works with "articles", ie. pages where there is a "main content" like a news article, scientific paper, etc.
The question: Is there an open source implementation of this for Terminals (ie. text-only)? Or alternatively, another way to accomplish the same thing?
Example: This article from The New York Times should output like so:
$ utility --reader-mode https://www.nytimes.com/2019/01/30/reader-center/polar-vortex-tips.html SEND US YOUR IDEAS FOR WHAT TO DO DURING THE POLAR VORTEX. WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU. It’s so cold in much of the Midwest today that you could get frostbite within five minutes once you step outside. If you’re living through it indoors, give us your tips. A commuter during an extremely light morning rush hour in Chicago on Wednesday. Businesses and schools have closed as the city copes with record low temperatures. Across the Midwest, where wind chills were minus 51 in Minneapolis and minus 45 in Chicago, the risks of going outside on Wednesday were dire. So, many people simply didn’t bother, while others took a chance to briefly experience the coldest weather in a generation. Whether you’re an adventurer or a hibernator, tell us your recommendations for staying warm and busy. What are you cooking or binge-watching? What board games are you playing? If you’re venturing outside, what are you doing to stay safe? (Experts warn that even a short time in the extreme cold can be very dangerous.) How many layers of clothing are you wearing, and which special hats and gloves are necessary? Send us your photos and your stories.