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* github: try to get contributors to read contribute.mdwm42019-10-011-5/+4
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | How hard can it be? I know is a shitty wall of text, but that doesn't make it less important, and each violation will make it take longer by adding another review round anyway. And we really don't need lazy pull requests. If you can't be assed to follow a few simple rules, your code is probably shit or you wanted to be quick and lazy. Why should we accept it? We're the ones who have to maintain it and fix bugs in it, and if the contributor is lazy, the chance of you maintaining it is probably slim as well. On the other hand, WE the maintainers are not obligated to anything. Don't say that though, the first contact doesn't need to be negative. I don't know if the "lazy pull requests" is still too strong, but I can't tell.
* github: remove LGPL relicensing boilerplatewm42019-09-211-3/+2
| | | | | | Most files are LGPL anyway by now. still requires contributors to provide changes under LGPL, which should cover changes to files that are LGPL, as well as GPL files.
* Add github issue and pull request templateswm42016-06-171-0/+7
I do not understand why github requires adding this crap to source code repositories themselves, instead of making them part of the repository configuration. Remove to compensate for github crap accumulating.