Hi Christopher,

> Nevertheless, I would strongly recommend *at least* putting licensing
> information on the JavaScript files, even if only using the one-liner
> approach. Since the JavaScript will usually be served through a Web
> server, it will be impossible for Web users to tell that it is freely
> licensed code. Code with unclear licensing is no better than proprietary
> code for practical purposes.

Thanks for your concerns! But I still do not see where the problem is. I don't
care what others do with the code. It is free!

♪♫ Alex
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