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  intro:
    label: 1. Introduction. One sentence describing the source. Don't use any wiki syntax for this entry. By the way, you should open this page to help you through the form-filling process: http://fossilbank.wikidot.com/tutorial

  site:
    label: 2. URL.

  general-details:
    label: 3. Details. Describe this source in as much detail as you need.
    type: wiki

  sources:
    label: 4. Sources. From what does this work derive? A source of works can also have its own source (e.g. an organisation [source] can have a project [source] which created a library [source] of books [works])
    type: wiki

  category:
    label: 5. What category does this fall under? (Or, what category do the works produced by this fall under?) Copy-paste as many as are appropriate from the categories and sub-categories listed on the Tutorial
    type: wiki

  genre:
    label: 6. Genre, Platform and Engine. What genres of works does this source provide? Copy-paste as many as are appropriate from the genres listed on the Tutorial
    type: wiki

  licence:
    label: 7. Licence, Status, Openness. What licence does this source publish its works under? If you cannot answer this question, what is the status of works under this source? If you cannot answer this question, what is the openness of works under this source? Copy-paste from the Tutorial
    type: wiki

  copyright-details:
    label: 8. Copyright Details. If there's anything more you need to say about this source's use of licences, here's the place to say it – otherwise just leave it blank.
    type: wiki

  code:
    label: 9. Unique Identifier. Our system needs a unique identifier for every source. The easiest is to take the source's title or name and replace any spaces with dashes. For example, Cory Doctorow becomes cory-doctorow

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