> Did some by-hand curation of my proposed word list that 1Password should adopt
What was your methodology for this list? (Sorry if you already said/I missed it)
I recently learned that most pass-phrases use only the ~32,000 most common words (https://static.sched.com/hosted_files/bsidesknoxville2020/87/Cracking%20beyond%2015%20characters%20under%20%24500.pdf) and, since then, I've wanted to create a word list with some less common (but still familiar/spell-able) words
(eg, "crouton" is apparently #102,925: https://www.wordfrequency.info/samples/words_219k.txt )
@codesections Here's one from Wikipedia that @atoponce shared with me a while back: https://github.com/IlyaSemenov/wikipedia-word-frequency
I used that to make a quick one here, more to test how well my Tidy worked on other lists: https://github.com/sts10/generated-wordlists/blob/main/lists/wikilist.txt
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