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From Alex Harui <aha...@adobe.com>
Subject Re: Squiggly dictionaries license
Date Thu, 04 Sep 2014 16:43:59 GMT
I looked at the commits.  I'll have to go digging through the policy docs
to make sure it is right.  I would have done it differently but I could
certainly be wrong.

Before I go digging, though, do we know how often the dictionaries get
updated?  Even the "real world" dictionaries get updated with new words.
Do we want to check one into Git if they do change?  Do we want to
download one when building a release binary if it can get stale?  Or
should we just provide an Ant target or mini-install so they can get the
latest and tell folks how to do that in the README?  I get that it could
save you a step, but doesn't if you end up having to go check if you have
the latest.


On 9/4/14 1:41 AM, "Justin Mclean" <justin@classsoftware.com> wrote:

>I just added some MIT / BSD dictionaries to Squiggly and modified the
>LICENSE in what I think is is accordance with their license. Any
>objections to what I've done here before we (eventually in a month or so)
>come around to making a new release.

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