Libre Office comes with ".dat" resources which represent data files used
for the Auto Correct facility.
I have a question regarding the licensing of these ".dat" files.
What is the exact license model for them? Is it GNU LGPL 3.0? Or does it
depend on the contributor who created them?
Can these ".dat" files be bundled and used with a commercial application?
For spell checking for example, each Hunspell dictionary has its own
Sorry if I'm off topic.
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