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Grauldon and Inscrutable Updates for new Versioning Policy (#785)
* Updated Java version shipped with Mojang Installer inside of note

* Updated SpongeDocs for new versioning policy

* Updated per comments in PR

* Reverted version per comments in PR

* Made updates and corrections to filename docs per comments in PR

* Missed two corrections of version in filename

* Rewrote versioning.rst and corrected/improved filenames.rst

* Added warning removed by error, toned down another warning, and corrected RC section

* Reworded release candidate section

* Converted relative path to absolute path

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* Added required changes missed during earlier review

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* Converted relative paths to absolute paths

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* Corrected examples to use accurate filenames

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* Reorder the sidebar and add parenthetical note for SemVer

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LICENSE.txt Docs clarification and rewrite some code samples #691 (#773) Nov 21, 2018
gulpfile.js Update Gulp to 4.0.0, add package-lock.json (#715) Jul 28, 2018
package.json Update Gulp to 4.0.0, add package-lock.json (#715) Jul 28, 2018
requirements.txt Update Sphinx and sponge-docs-theme, add CC-BY-SA footer Nov 5, 2017

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