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Ultimately it does not adhear to [the current] Policy for 3rd party libraries on Drupal.org.
This is currently blocked on a higher level issue discussion:.
User interface changes
Original report by @kreynen
This module includes 3 versions of JQuery and JQuery UI that aren't altered, are actively maintained, and easy to find in other locations on the internet.
This is a clear violation for the current Policy for 3rd party libraries on Drupal.org.
My goal is not to see this module changed, but to illustrate popular modules that violate the current policy in an effort to get the policy revised so that making installs easier for users is a legitimate reason for including a 3rd party library in a module. This is related to...