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DEP-5: mark as accepted and publish last version note: last version also includes a warning that future versions will be maintained as part of the Debian Policy
revert uncoordinated and unapproved changes, resetting to last known-good state.
Clarify the use of stand-alone license paragraph with license exceptions. Discussed in http://bugs.debian.org/649530, but does not close it.
English proofreading, thanks to Justin B Rye and Jonathan Nieder. Closes: #648387
Use Upstream-Contact as example of line-based list, as it is the last of its kind.
Replaced "stanza" with "paragraph" to normalise vocabulary. See: http://lists.debian.org/debian-project/2010/10/msg00100.html
Correct the example in line with the license list.
Added missing period.
Strenghten the disclaimers. Closes: #658209
Corrected link name.
fix wrong whitespace
clarify that the copyright field doesn't actually have to be line-based, in the event of an extra-long copyright declaration
consistent caps for 'stand-alone License paragraph'
fix another misuse of 'single line' for 'single-line'
no need to make this a parenthetical, just make the text a link
Consistent spelling of our terms: - line based -> line-based - standalone -> stand-alone - single line -> single-line Consistent links when talking about paragraphs (always include "paragraph" as part of the link name)
drop mention of header paragraphs in the definition of the Format field, for consistency with the other field definitions.
merge the addition of the 'Fields' section
clarification of what a minimum dep5 file looks like
fix the explanation of 'four kinds of values'
fix explanation of paragraph types to make it clear that 'the first one' means the first paragraph in the file, not simply the first type of paragraph.
grammar fix: incomplete sentence
white space -> whitespace
white space separated -> whitespace-separated
the license is not 1.0 Universal 1.0'.
final sync from debian-policy
catch up with debian-policy docbook; from here on it should be possible to push changes the other way via the DEP process.
drop not-yet-correct 'version 1.0' notice
restore the original abstract
import docbook source from debian-policy git so we can continue to track changes here
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