> Good question!
> While I didn't necessarily work on sbws while at my place of work, I
> couldn't rationalize that it is unrelated to my day job. Thus I need to
> get permission from my employer in order to release sbws.
> I've already submitted that paperwork and expect to get it back in about
> 2 weeks.
> It is licensed under CC0 and is therefore in the public domain (or will
> be... depending on how you want to interpret the situation).
> Fun side note: little-t-tor itself had to go through the same process.
> Sorry for the inconvenience.
Ahhhh! Mystery solved. Makes complete sense - thanks Matt!
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