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Read Me

Timeline is a cross-platform application for displaying and navigating events
on a timeline.

Timeline is free software, distributed under the GNU General Public License,
version 3. For more information, see the file COPYING.

Icons created by us are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share
Alike 3.0 Unported License. Some icons were also taken from the Tango Desktop
Project. For more information, see file icons/COPYING.

Translations are licensed under the modern, simplified BSD license and are
managed on Launchpad: http://translations.launchpad.net/thetimelineproj.

To learn what is new in this version of Timeline, see
documentation/changelog.rst.

For installation instructions, see documentation/installing.rst.

For project status, see documentation/status.rst.

For ways to contribute, see documentation/contributing.rst.

The above mentioned documents, and more documentation, is also hosted online at
http://thetimelineproj.sourceforge.net.

For more information about Timeline, send an email to the user mailing list at
<thetimelineproj-user@lists.sourceforge.net>.

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