"Stealing" style guide content

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    :package: A collection of pre-packaged, Vale-compatible style guides and configurations. (by errata-ai)

    Stealing is great. People are baking in their style guides. The Vale Linter has "Microsoft" and "Google" templates: https://github.com/errata-ai/styles

  • Openly

    A Vale linter style that aims to replicate Grammarly in an open-source, privacy-friendly way

    There's even a project of someone trying to simulate Grammarly, although it looks a bit dead right now: https://github.com/testthedocs/Openly

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