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[task #15602] Submission of dungeon-mode

From: Amin Bandali
Subject: [task #15602] Submission of dungeon-mode
Date: Wed, 29 Apr 2020 21:23:07 -0400 (EDT)
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Update of task #15602 (project administration):

             Assigned to:                  ineiev => bandali                


Follow-up Comment #6:

[comment #5 comment #5:]
> Amin, will and/or can you help them?

Yes, but this will be the very first application I review/help with.
But I guess we all need to start from somewhere. :-)  Please feel free
to jump in at any point with remarks or suggestions.

Corwin, for the purposes of this application, I will monitor the current
Git repository of your project you linked in an earlier comment of
yours, rather than requesting you to upload a new tarball for each

Looking at your repository, I see nearly all *.el elisp files have clear
headers containing license and author information, which is great.  The
only exception seems to be emacs-init-scripts/user/sample.init.el, which
does not have a header.  Would you please add proper license and author
information to that file as well?

Besides the elisp sources, proper license notices should be applied to
all non-trivial source (non-derived) files in your project, including
but not limited to sources for manuals and artistic work.

For manuals and documentation, we recommend the latest version of GFDL,
including the "or-later" clause.  See for a copy of the latest version
of GFDL and tips on how to use it.

For SVG files, you can set a license for each file using Inkscape by
opening it and going to "File > Document Properties... > License", and
specifying a license there.

In the case of binary source files, such as jpg or png images, you can
state the license for each file in your file.

For artistic files, such as game assets, you can use any GPL-compatible
license, including CC0 or CC BY.  We naturally recommend the GPL
itself. :-)

Please reply to the ticket once you have applied the requested changes
so we can proceed further.



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