L Aerospace KSP/Pirat\^wUnofficial Research Division

The Unofficial Initiative is an ongoing effort to Restore and Preserve traditional and/or buggy/incomplete/don't-work-like-I-want add-ons independently of being actively developed or not. The main criteria is just something I use that is broken (for me) somehow, but some other historical plugins/add-ons are being included too.

I do not claim, under any circumstance, ownership and/or maintenance for any work under this repository. The full ownership remains to the original owners/maintainers, and those are correctly indicated on each repository. I reserve the rigths only for the changes I made, and they are already licensed back to the upstream under the exact same terms the previous works were licensed to me.

Not all works are licensed under permissive terms. Some few grants you only the right to fork the project into your own machine and on github, and you must rely on the original package for further rights.

The Rule of Thumb is: I'm doing it for myself. Fell free to use it too if you want as long the licensing terms allow it, but that's all.

GitHub Page.

Rules of engagement

Development Process

For the sake of curiosity, here is how I handle things here:

  1. Merges and Cherry Picks (and personal adaptations) from the upstream are done on a branch called merge.
  2. New Releases are committed to the merge branch, and the binary package is also committed to the Archive branch for historical reference
  3. A tag in the formante RELEASE/x.y.z.b or PRERELEASE/x.y.z.b are issued on the merge branch.
  4. The whole shebang is uploaded to the remote repository.
  5. The Release is created and commited to the DEV branch.
    1. Binary is commited into the Archive branch
    2. A GitHub Release is created.
  6. The Master is reset to the Release commit for broadcasting announces

Contact

Send your questions to <support at lisias dot net> .

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Note

This terms were (slightly) changed on 2019-0130. You can see the change history on the Internet Archive.