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    Default Accessibility : ext-aria license

    Good morning,

    I'm working on an open source product (based on ExtJS GPL edition) and want it to be accessible. To achieve that goal, I've seen the SenchaCon video about a11y and I'm following this guide.

    When I extract ext-aria and ext-theme-aria, I can't find any license attached to them : there are directories called licenses which are empty. I deduce that these packages are on classic copyright license which could mean that I can't use them with an open source product. Am I right ?

    Thank you for your answer and sorry about my pretty bad english speaking.

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    It should all fall under our main license. I am not aware of any separate license for aria theme content.

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