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commit 8b2a97bc7e08f6a3533c5cdd5e6ada33772e39b8
parent eee7a121ed97b061bdc79d2e840c02c25c78921e
Author: Crazazy <>
Date:   Mon, 31 Oct 2022 14:13:17 +0100

loosened up melpa rules

Diffstat: | 8+-------
1 file changed, 1 insertion(+), 7 deletions(-)

diff --git a/ b/ @@ -22,15 +22,9 @@ you to use There are /some/ standards that I want to follow in order to give this package repository a more tilde-like or grassroots-style feel. Mostly this means: - - Don't host your package on or - Don't depend on melpa (prefer if you depend just on packages from [[][GNU elpa]] but nonGNU is fine). The reason for this is that melpa is *HUGE*. You can seriously improve update time if you don't refresh melpa automatically, and it is not installed by default on an emacs system. -** This all sounds awfully strict - While I would like the non-github requirement, if you really, - /really/ have to use melpa, there is a quelpa package in this - repository for you as a safeguard. I just strongly advise against - using it since quelpa /does/ pull down the entire melpa recipe - archive, which, again, is big. + - That's it! there used to be other requirements but they were just dumb.