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On 10.08.2013 16:23, Merlijn van Deen wrote:
Yes. (although I'm not sure what the archive(s)
directory would be
for? storing binary files in git is generally not a good idea)
Yes you are absolutely right! The files I want to transfer can be seen
in . The binary files (archives) are compressed version on XML
(text) files. The reason for the compression was that they are 20MB in
size before and just 2MB after and their content will never get
changed, in fact it MUST NOT get changed - at least by humans.
or pywikibot/other or pywikibot/thirdparty
I think we can have multiple repository 'layers', so
pywikibot/thirdparty/haartraining etc might be a nice option?
I woul prefer to stop using the 'thirdparty' term for my codes, since
I included everything into pywikibot now. We can keep it for other
uses, but since "my" codes are all here now they aren't third-party
anymore... ;) I would prefer to use 'other' or even nothing like for
'spelling' and 'i18n'.
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