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Vale

Vale brings code-like linting to prose while emphasizing speed, extensibility, and markup compatibility.

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Individuals

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Christie Lenneville

$1,000 USD since Dec 2020

2
Amy Qualls

$250 USD since Dec 2020

3
Naomi Pentrel

$250 USD since Aug 2021

4
Bryan Hoang

$250 USD since Aug 2021

5
LINBIT

$200 USD since Jul 2022

6
Samuel Wright

$100 USD since Nov 2020

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Rolfe Dlugy-Hegwer

$90 USD since Apr 2021

8
Ryan Dotson

$50 USD since Nov 2020

9
Frances Elliot

$50 USD since Dec 2021

10
Fabrice Flore-Thebault

$42 USD since Nov 2021

Organizations

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Algolia

$3,000 USD since Jan 2022

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commercetools GmbH

$500 USD since Mar 2021

3
MongoDB

$250 USD since Aug 2021

4
Fastly

$100 USD since Sep 2020

5
Vaadin

$100 USD since Jan 2021

6
Web Traffic Booster

$18 USD since Mar 2022

Vale is all of us

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Thank you for supporting Vale.

Algolia

$3,000 USD

Christie Lenn...

$1,000 USD

Amy Qualls

3x10 Funding Campaign

$250 USD

MongoDB

3x10 Funding Campaign

$250 USD

Naomi Pentrel

3x10 Funding Campaign

$250 USD

Bryan Hoang

3x10 Funding Campaign

$250 USD

LINBIT

$200 USD

Fastly

$100 USD

Samuel Wright

3x10 Funding Campaign

$100 USD

Vaadin

3x10 Funding Campaign

$100 USD

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News from Vale

Updates on our activities and progress.

Development Update

As of the v2.11.0 release of Vale, the first goal of the 3x10 Funding Campaign has been completed: You can now use positive lookahead ((?=re)), negative lookahead...
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Published on October 5, 2021 by Joseph Kato

Conversations

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Part of speech tagging across Vale and Vale Server

Published on October 12, 2020 by Hossep Dolatian

Vale uses prose to do part-of-speech tagging, while Vale Server can use LangaugeTool to do part-of-speech tagging. I'm curious how the POS tags can be maintained across the two NLP systems. Are there any known conflicts between prose and La...

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Transparent and open finances.

Monthly financial contribution to Vale

Credit from Web Traffic Booster to Vale

+$3.00USD
Completed
Contribution #524527
-$200.00 USD
Paid
Invoice #88785
Financial contribution to Vale

Credit from Aaron Collier to Vale

+$20.00USD
Completed
Contribution #556827
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Today’s balance

$11.26 USD

Total raised

$5,544.94 USD

Total disbursed

$5,533.68 USD

Estimated annual budget

$4,166.09 USD

About


Vale brings code-like linting to prose while emphasizing speed, extensibility, and data privacy. Its approach differs from many related tools in significant ways:

  • Vale doesn't attempt to teach you how to write; it's a tool for writers. It allows its users to create and enforce their own rules, ranging from entire editorial style guides to a specific set of in-house guidelines.
  • Vale respects your data in ways many other services and tools simply cannot: All of its processing takes place offline and locally - meaning that your content is never sent to a remote server, stored, or otherwise inspected.
  • Vale is free, open source, and actively maintained.

The goal of this collective is to help me (@jdkato, the sole developer behind Vale) dedicate more time to improving, documenting, and supporting the project.

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