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Thanks for your interest in the Source SDK 2013 project. When you make a
contribution to the project (e.g. create an Issue or submit a Pull Request)
(a "Contribution"), Valve wants to be able to use your Contribution to improve
the SDK and other Valve products.
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Valve is happy to accept pull requests and issues in the source-sdk-2013
repository in these cases:
* Changes that fix bugs in the SDK deployment process itself. The repository
should build out of the box, and anything that prevents that is a pull
request we want.
* High priority bugs in HL2, the Episodes, or HL2MP that can be fixed in
client.dll or server.dll.
For other changes we suggest that you issue a pull request to one of these
fine community-maintained repositories instead:
If you are going to make a pull request, please keep them as granular as
possible. Pull requests with 3-4 unrelated changes in them aren't going to
be accepted.