On 30/05/14 10:32, Emmanuel Bourg wrote:
> Le 30/05/2014 11:11, Matthew Vernon a écrit :
>> What would you prefer? i) has the advantages of leaving the source as
>> upstream have it in their SVN ; ii) is perhaps the right compromise
>> option; iii) seems too extreme.
> IMHO if the minified JavaScript files are only test objects they should
> be left as is (assuming they are available under an appropriate license).

It's difficult to determine what license they might be covered by;
AFAICT they are the result of pointing something like wget at a bunch of
sites, namely: cnn.com, deadspin.com, fark.com, google.com,
microsoft.com, slashdot.org

They're used for testing the performance of the library; the library is
aimed at letting you handle user-supplied HTML/CSS safely (i.e. avoiding
XSS etc.) [see
https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Category:OWASP_AntiSamy_Project for more
on the purpose of antisamy]



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