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Re: org-drill and Preparing code for inclusion in emacspeak



Thanks Raman.

The code you have put in contrib is far from complete but is working.

I'll try and clean it up further and send through a patch.



Kind regards

BArt

raman <raman@google.com> writes:

> The following message is a courtesy copy of an article
> that has been posted to gmane.emacs.emacspeak.general as well.
>
> I've checked in emacspeak-org-drill into lisp/contrib for now.
>
> I'll look at the code when I have more time, but here are some answers
> to your other  more procedural questions.
>
> 1. LCD Archive Entry:
>
> This is mostly legacy -- LCD is long dead, and today elpa does a much
> better job of this. That said, the LCD entry does provide a  regularized
> structure for encoding metadata about a module, so I would encourage
> using it as it is used in the rest of the emacspeak package.
>
> 2. Copyright -- I'm not a lawyer -- but roughly -- the copyright should
> align with the rest of Emacspeak for it to be included --
> easiest would be to clone the headers from one of the emacspeak module
> and modify appropriately -- e.g. change authorship etc.
>
>
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