On 18/01/11 12:49, Martin Bagge / brother wrote:
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> On 2011-01-18 00:56, Julien Lavergne wrote:
>> 2011/1/16 Joost van der Hoff<2noob2banoob@...>:
>>> I have written a howto on making a LXPanel plugin. It can be found at
>>> http://home.student.utwente.nl/j.vanderhoff/LXPanel_HowTo.html. Please
>>> tell me if you think it is suitable for the LXDE Wiki, which already
>>> contains an empty page made for the same purpose. You can also tell me
>>> if you have any suggestions on how to improve it.
>> It's a good starting point :) Maybe it could be added in the source
>> (the howTo + the sample plugin) ?
> if more people could check the information in the document and vouche
> for it I would be happy to add it both to the wiki and the source.
> However the current unknown situation surrounding the license of the
> text has to be cleared first.
> The wiki is gfdl 1.2 and the source code is generally gpl 2.
>> But I'm not sure the lxpanel-plugins is the right branch. I though all
>> the plugins was merged directly into lxpanel branch, but maybe I'm
>> wrong ?
> they are in git:lxpanel/src/plugins
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I do not know a lot about documentation licenses so I have not
explicitly attached a license to my howto, but it is 100% open content
and anyone is free to modify and redistribute it. GFDL sounds just fine,
just found it on wikipedia. I will update the licensing information.
P.s. according to wikipedia gfdl 1.2 is not the newest version of gfdl,
should I use v1.3 or be consistent with your wiki and use v1.2?