At the risk of being overly specific, the persona the page is written for:
We of course hope to provide value even if someone doesn't fall into that bucket, but not at the expense of a streamlined experience for our target audience.
Some of the wontfix end up on Github with a brief comment why. The most common reason something didn't get fixed: The comment was too short or cryptic, and it was unclear what's actually broken.
Images are easier to create, but harder to version. Between PNGs and SVGs, HTML had the nicest balance.
Maybe. The current policy is not set in stone but is vaguely:
The pentagram has a few desirable properties:
In other words, the pentagram is the Rust of summoning circles.
On Linux & macOS the following command should work. For Windows you have to adapt
zola build --base-url="$PWD/public/index.html" --output-dir="$PWD/public"
Click the date / subtitle line, it will give you the Git hash of the currently deployed version.
bash) to PATH
git, discard changes to CSS which now make the page look ugly (for example but not limited to:
Yes, just go ahead. You do not need to ask for extra permission and there are no special requirements. However, I would kindly ask you to respect what is written here. The easiest way of doing that is
Translated and hosted by [YOU], based on cheats.rs (Ralf Biedert)
Basically this work is about providing high quality content in a particular format. We respect all rights and reasonable positions (IP or otherwise) of 3rd parties. That said, if you use IP laws or similar, in a way that could be perceived as threatening, to influence content or design of our or similar works you will lose 'good standing'.
To be perfectly clear, if you are in good standing you can freely copy or re-host the work, or perform almost any change you like on your own copy, and you'd really only lose that status if you 'went around trying to enforce your will on others'.