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….ethics are subjective.
Not hardly or mankind couldn’t have universal laws. It’s ethically wrong to murder, rob, rape, etc. These aren’t subjective.
I didn’t look at the “released under MIT License” because I generally see “Licensing agreement” which is what I was looking for.
I’m honestly not trying to come off as arrogant or condescending.
No need to apologize. I’ve dealt with many types of people in my lifetime and have grown a pretty thick skin. Those who genuinely are arrogant or condescending have a mental or emotional flaw, so I feel sorry for them more than anything.
That’s what I’m trying to do here, save you time in the future.
I appreciate that and regret I didn’t realize there was actually a Licensing Agreement on the page. I don’t like wasting my time or that of others.