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More README and LICENCE twiddles; credit all versions in copyright

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tkMOO-light is Copyright (c) Andrew Wilson 1994,1995,1996,1997,1998,
1999,2000,2001
+tkMOO-se is Copyright(c) Stephen Alderman 2003-2006
+tkMOO-ttk is Copyright(c) Russell Pickett 2010-2012
All Rights Reserved
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-tkmoo-ttk is a fork of tkmoo-light <http://www.awns.com/tkMOO-light> with
-some additions from tkmoo-se <http://sourceforge.net/projects/tkmoo-se/>. It
-attempts to update most of the UI elements to the ttk widget set so they look
-and act like it's 2002 instead of 1995. Baby steps, right?
-
-I've added in tkmoo-SE's giant collection of approximately every plugin ever,
-and started a couple new ones of my own. In general, this is borrowed and
-plundered from several sources, often second- or third- hand. I hope to
-document this better as I pare it down to what will eventually actually be part
-of it.
-
-The extra plugins and various experiments and hacks require a few more packages
-than the original tkMOO-light did, the mmedia plugin in particular wanting Img,
-snack, and snackogg. If installing those is problematic, remove
-plugins/mmedia.tcl. The hope is eventually to make that a little cleaner.
-
-There are some known issues, and like all forks of tkmoo-light, it had a giant
-flurry of activity once and since then is basically unmaintained. You're
-welcome to use it, and pull requests are encouraged. Bug reports are certainly
-welcome, but the vicissitudes of my attention mean there's no guarantee of me
-fixing them. Can't hurt to ask, though.
-
-tkmoo-ttk is released under the same license as tkMOO-light; please read
-LICENCE.txt for details.
+tkmoo-ttk is a fork of tkmoo-light <http://www.awns.com/tkMOO-light> with
+some additions from tkmoo-se <http://sourceforge.net/projects/tkmoo-se/>. It
+attempts to update most of the UI elements to the ttk widget set so they look
+and act like it's 2002 instead of 1995. Baby steps, right?
+
+Also planned are various updates to integrate better with modern desktop OSes,
+xdg support for Linux et al, clean out MacOS Classic cruft and let OSX act like
+the Unix it wants to be, etc etc. It'd be nice to have this look and act like
+an actual application, ne? While we're modernizing, we might angle toward using
+a Makefile instead of a 'build' script, for instance.
+
+I've added in tkmoo-SE's giant collection of approximately every plugin ever,
+and started a couple new ones of my own. In general, this is borrowed and
+plundered from several sources, often second- or third- hand. I hope to
+document this better and give appropriate credit as I pare it down to what will
+eventually actually be part of it.
+
+The extra plugins and various experiments and hacks require a few more packages
+than the original tkMOO-light did, the mmedia plugin in particular wanting Img,
+snack, and snackogg. If installing those is problematic, remove
+plugins/mmedia.tcl. The hope is eventually to make that a little cleaner.
+
+There are some known issues, and like all forks of tkmoo-light, it had a giant
+flurry of activity once and since then is basically unmaintained. You're
+welcome to use it, and pull requests are encouraged. Bug reports are certainly
+welcome, but the vicissitudes of my attention mean there's no guarantee of me
+fixing them. Can't hurt to ask, though.
+
+tkmoo-ttk is released under the same license as tkMOO-light; please read
+LICENCE.txt for details.
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