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I'm not sure if it's intentional, but there's no source code contained in this repo as far as I can tell.
The README says that PRs are welcome, which would imply that the author expects that the code is available, but it's not and there's no mention of it being purposefully closed source.
It would be great to add the code, with a licence, or clarify why it is not being made available, as that's very non-standard for GitHub distribution.
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The plan is to open source this as soon as possible, probably under the MIT licence.
Unfortunately, I ran out of time to get the code in a place where I'm happy showing it to the world.
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Understandable, but no better way to get folks to try and improve it for you than opening ugly code to the searing focus of HackerNews.
@rjstelling cool, makes sense! May be worth mentioning in the readme that the code is intentionally not included for now.
@rjstelling any updates? Interest here to contribute
This is the latest: https://impedimenta.github.io/2020/05/11/Open-Source-Roadmap.html
Sorry nothing more concrete yet.
Any update ?
This is December at 2020 now.
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