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'''Questions for others'''
 
'''Questions for others'''
 
When editing software pages; Should I be including signatures? If so, is it preferable to generate a sha256 sum myself or to provide the md5 from the projects download page?
 
When editing software pages; Should I be including signatures? If so, is it preferable to generate a sha256 sum myself or to provide the md5 from the projects download page?
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* Answer from Michael: You do not need to include signatures, but you can if you want to.  When I make a page, I do these entries at a minimum: Name, Short Description, Long Description, Website, and license.  If I have more time, I add VCS clone command, Version Identifier, Version Date, Version Download, and categories.  You can use the talk function to ask questions for specific people such as: https://directory.fsf.org/wiki/User_talk:Mmcmahon

Latest revision as of 12:34, 12 August 2020

Questions for others When editing software pages; Should I be including signatures? If so, is it preferable to generate a sha256 sum myself or to provide the md5 from the projects download page?

  • Answer from Michael: You do not need to include signatures, but you can if you want to. When I make a page, I do these entries at a minimum: Name, Short Description, Long Description, Website, and license. If I have more time, I add VCS clone command, Version Identifier, Version Date, Version Download, and categories. You can use the talk function to ask questions for specific people such as: https://directory.fsf.org/wiki/User_talk:Mmcmahon


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