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This is the Entry template, target of Form:Entry. It should be called after Template:Show in the following format:

|Short description= 
|Full description= 
|User level= 
|Inbuilt extension of= 
|Extension of=
|Component programs= 
|Homepage URL= 
|VCS checkout command= 
|Computer languages= 
|Documentation note= 
|Paid Support=  
|IRC help= 
|IRC general= 
|IRC development= 
|Related projects= 
|Software categories= 
|Is GNU= 
|GNU package identifier=
|Version identifier= 
|Version date= 
|Version status= 
|Version download= 
|OpenPGP signature= 
|OpenPGP public key= 
|Version comment= 
|Last review by= 
|Last review date= 
|Submitted by= 
|Submitted date=
|Accepts cryptocurrency donations= 
|Decommissioned or Obsolete=
|Replaced by=
|Is High Priority Project= 
|Decommissioned details=
|Test entry=
|Screenshot 1=
|Screenshot 2=
|Screenshot 3=

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Uhm, what is status? (not version status) Mviinama (talk) 07:40, 24 March 2013 (EDT)

Merge name and home page

It'd be nice if the home page link was removed, and instead merged with the name. This way, you'd click on the program's name to reach the web site. Or, at least, find a better place for the home page link. Currently, it looks like it's part of the description. Put it after the name, on the same line? Calinou (t c), 05:44, 9 August 2014 (EDT)

Clarification of "Related projects"

Does this mean related as in you could use this other thing instead, or related as dependancy?

None of both, it means that somehow the software interacts or/and depends from it. --LorenzoAncora (talk) 13:18, 15 November 2019 (EST)

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