Sporth/Soundpipe are now *only* hosted on sourcehut:

git.sr.ht/~pbatch/soundpipe

git.sr.ht/~pbatch/sporth

Sporth has been relicensed to use the unlicense: unlicense.org/

Soundpipe collectively is still MIT, but I've placed public domain notices for many of the individual files.

@paul please do not use the unlicense, it doesn't work in some countries (https://softwareengineering.stackexchange.com/questions/147111/what-is-wrong-with-the-unlicense#147120). Creative commons zero is a way better choice when it comes to making things public without restrictions

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@jcgruenhage
Thanks for the heads up. Sporth is dual licensed under MIT and Unlicense, but I can look into CC0.

Does CC0 have a LICENSE text file? I could never find one, and I don't like linking to the creative commons website.

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