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Move DCO into docs section #106

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commented Jun 10, 2019

The DCO currently resides in an own directory creating a pointless
additional click/tab in order to reach end read it. It also just
clutteres the directory structure of the project.

Therefore this patch provides moves the DCO into an own legal section in
the docs directory, which is hopefully a more reasonable place.

This section can also be extended in future in order to host other legal
documents as well.

Move DCO into docs section
The DCO currently resides in an own directory creating a pointless
additional click/tab in order to reach end read it. It also just
clutteres the directory structure of the project.

Therefore this patch provides moves the DCO into an own legal section in
the docs directory, which is hopefully a more reasonable place.

This section can also be extended in future in order to host other legal
documents as well.

Signed-off-by: Sheogorath <sheogorath@shivering-isles.com>

@SISheogorath SISheogorath added this to the Release 1.4.1 milestone Jun 10, 2019

@SISheogorath SISheogorath requested a review from ccoenen Jun 11, 2019

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good idea! less clutter.

@SISheogorath SISheogorath merged commit 1e48b76 into codimd:master Jun 11, 2019

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@SISheogorath SISheogorath deleted the SISheogorath:fix/dco-location branch Jun 11, 2019

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