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Comment:Fix typo and minor wording change in the CoC.
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User & Date: drh 2018-03-23 23:08:01
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2018-03-24
08:53
Typo fixes and wording improvements. check-in: ff59449da3 user: drh tags: trunk
2018-03-23
23:08
Fix typo and minor wording change in the CoC. check-in: 43b0cc26d6 user: drh tags: trunk
23:02
Minor simplification to the overview in the CoC. check-in: 03da80f8be user: drh tags: trunk
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<p>Having been encouraged by clients to adopt a written
code of conduct, the SQLite developers elected to govern their
interactions with each other, with their clients,
and with the larger SQLite user community in
accordance with the "instruments of good works" from chapter 4 of
[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rule_of_Saint_Benedict|The Rule of St. Benedict].
This code of conduct has proven its mettle in thousands of
communities for over 1,500 years, and has served as a baseline for many
civil law codes since the time of Charlemagne.

<p>
This rule is strict, and none are able to comply perfectly.
Grace is readily granted for minor transgressions.
All are encouraged to follow this rule closely, as in so
doing they may expect to live a happier, healthier, and more
productive lives.  The entire rule is good and wholesome, and
yet we make no enforcement of the more introspective aspects.

<p>
Everyone is free to use the SQLite source code, object code,
and/or documentation regardless of their opinion of and adherence
to this rule.







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<p>Having been encouraged by clients to adopt a written
code of conduct, the SQLite developers elected to govern their
interactions with each other, with their clients,
and with the larger SQLite user community in
accordance with the "instruments of good works" from chapter 4 of
[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rule_of_Saint_Benedict|The Rule of St. Benedict].
This code of conduct has proven its mettle in thousands of diverse
communities for over 1,500 years, and has served as a baseline for many
civil law codes since the time of Charlemagne.

<p>
This rule is strict, and none are able to comply perfectly.
Grace is readily granted for minor transgressions.
All are encouraged to follow this rule closely, as in so
doing they may expect to live happier, healthier, and more
productive lives.  The entire rule is good and wholesome, and
yet we make no enforcement of the more introspective aspects.

<p>
Everyone is free to use the SQLite source code, object code,
and/or documentation regardless of their opinion of and adherence
to this rule.