A wrapper around ComfyUI to allow use by the AI Horde. [UnavailableForLegalReasons - Repository access blocked]
I find it hard to be sympathetic, personally.
You don't remove copyright notices when you copy code files from one repo to another.
This is seemly a clearly vindictive and deliberate action by the OP to remove credit for the files, due to whatever personal history:
> I would rather not have any mention or contribution of this person in our library, as they go against everything the Free Software movement stands for!
The GPL FAQ is unambiguous on this point: https://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-faq.en.html#IWantCredit
Beautiful Stable Diffusion API and UI with support for AITemplate acceleration
This kind of drama is just sad.
I dont know if you are OP, but plenty of other UIs have interrogator code, like https://github.com/VoltaML/voltaML-fast-stable-diffusion/tre...
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Image to prompt with BLIP and CLIP
It's image -> words, the inverse of stable diffusion.
When projects vendor or copy from other projects, license bodies typically include all relevant copyright statements and licenses even if the license body is the same as the parent project.
NodeJS uses the MIT license  and reproduces the license for the MIT-licensed Acorn.
OP stripped the copyright statement and license attribution without mentioning hlky or the originating project in the license file. OP proceeded to confuse matters by assuming that "AGPL" suffices. It seems like the copyright statement was the offense here.
A simple email or github issue might have resolved the matter. Given the tenor of the relationship between the OP and hlky it should be no surprise that hlky opted for the "nuclear option"
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