Commit 66a1c2d7 authored by thomas.forbriger's avatar thomas.forbriger

[TASK] (vendor-preview): initiate branch

Initiate the vendor import branch by placing a mission statement and the
copyright and licensing document.
parents
Software for Seismometry
Copyright (C) 2009, 2015 by Erhard Wielandt
This collection offers free software for practical use, especially for the
design, calibration, and testing of seismographs. It also contains educational
software and other material used in courses and workshops on seismometry.
The programs in this collection are free software: you can redistribute them
and/or modify them under the terms of the GNU General Public License as
published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
(at your option) any later version.
The programs are distributed in the hope that they will be useful, but WITHOUT
ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS
FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details.
You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with
this collection. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
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Software for Seismometry
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Purpose
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The repository contains software from the software subdirectory at
http://www.software-for-seismometry.de/.
Erhard Wielandt gave his consent to make his code available through gitlab for
anonymous download (see [COPYING](COPYING)).
The contents of the repository will be updated from time to time by vendor
updates.
Please check the original location (http://www.software-for-seismometry.de/)
for the most recent versions and accompanying material.
Source
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Copied literally from http://www.software-for-seismometry.de/:
**Welcome to Erhard Wielandt's website for free seismological software**
This website offers free software for practical use, especially for the
design, calibration, and testing of seismographs. It also contains educational
software and other material used in courses and workshops on seismometry.
Problems of seismometry and theoretical seismology are treated in the
'misc.texts'.
If you are interested in software, please start from the
[software overview](software-overview.doc).
[This website](http://www.software-for-seismometry.de/) is maintained by
Prof. Erhard Wielandt (retired)
Institute of Geophysics,
Stuttgart University, Germany
E-Mail: e.wielandt@t-online.de
Contents
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The git repository will contain only source code, examples of configuration
files, and text files containing program documentation.
All binary executables, binary libraries or tar-balls present at the source
location will not be included in the git repository.
Example data will be made available on a separate branch
`vendor-with-examples`.
Contents of the current vendor snapshot are presented in
* [CONTENTS-tree.txt](CONTENTS-tree.txt)
* [CONTENTS-ls-lR.txt](CONTENTS-ls-lR.txt)
Layout
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Source code is provided on branch `vendor`.
### branches
`vendor-preview`: preview complete contents of
http://www.software-for-seismometry.de/
just before next vendor snapshot
`vendor`: vendor import branch (just code, no example data)
`vendor-with-examples`: vendor import with data file examples
`master`: will point to `vendor`
`workbench`: separate branch providing tools for vendor imports
### merge hierarchy
Branch `vendor-with-examples` never shall be merged into `vendor` such that
users can easily discard the example data files from their clone, if they want
to.
The branch `workbench` does not contain files from
http://www.software-for-seismometry.de/
and will always be kept separate (no merges).
Caretaker
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The git repository is maintained by
Thomas Forbriger
email: Thomas.Forbriger@kit.edu
Black Forest Observatory (BFO), Heubach 206, 77709 Wolfach, Germany,
Geophysical Institute, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
http://www.gpi.kit.edu/BFO.php
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