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From: Therese Godefroy
Subject: www/server/staging/nav-bar/test9 education.ar.h...
Date: Wed, 1 Jan 2020 09:12:09 -0500 (EST)

CVSROOT:        /webcvs/www
Module name:    www
Changes by:     Therese Godefroy <th_g> 20/01/01 09:12:09

Removed files:
        server/staging/nav-bar/test9: education.ar.html emacs-basic.html 
                                      emacs-exiting.html 
                                      emacs-intro.html engine-intf.html 
                                      footer-text.html 
                                      fsf-logo-notext-small.png 
                                      home1.ko.html home2.fr.html 
                                      home3.html home5.html layout7.css 
                                      license-list.ca.html 
                                      other-free-books2.fr.html 
                                      outdated.pot style.css 
                                      style.fr.css style.rtl.css 
                                      test-outdated.html 
                                      trisquel-medium.jpg 
                                      why-free.el.html xboard.html 

Log message:
        Remove unused files.

CVSWeb URLs:
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/server/staging/nav-bar/test9/education.ar.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.6&r2=0
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/server/staging/nav-bar/test9/emacs-basic.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.1&r2=0
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/server/staging/nav-bar/test9/emacs-exiting.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.1&r2=0
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/server/staging/nav-bar/test9/emacs-intro.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.1&r2=0
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/server/staging/nav-bar/test9/engine-intf.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.1&r2=0
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/server/staging/nav-bar/test9/footer-text.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.19&r2=0
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/server/staging/nav-bar/test9/fsf-logo-notext-small.png?cvsroot=www&r1=1.1&r2=0
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/server/staging/nav-bar/test9/home1.ko.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.3&r2=0
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/server/staging/nav-bar/test9/home2.fr.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.23&r2=0
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/server/staging/nav-bar/test9/home3.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.9&r2=0
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/server/staging/nav-bar/test9/home5.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.60&r2=0
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/server/staging/nav-bar/test9/layout7.css?cvsroot=www&r1=1.118&r2=0
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/server/staging/nav-bar/test9/license-list.ca.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.7&r2=0
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/server/staging/nav-bar/test9/other-free-books2.fr.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.43&r2=0
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/server/staging/nav-bar/test9/outdated.pot?cvsroot=www&r1=1.5&r2=0
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/server/staging/nav-bar/test9/style.css?cvsroot=www&r1=1.13&r2=0
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/server/staging/nav-bar/test9/style.fr.css?cvsroot=www&r1=1.5&r2=0
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/server/staging/nav-bar/test9/style.rtl.css?cvsroot=www&r1=1.9&r2=0
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/server/staging/nav-bar/test9/test-outdated.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.13&r2=0
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/server/staging/nav-bar/test9/trisquel-medium.jpg?cvsroot=www&rev=0
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/server/staging/nav-bar/test9/why-free.el.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.6&r2=0
http://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/www/server/staging/nav-bar/test9/xboard.html?cvsroot=www&r1=1.1&r2=0

Patches:
Index: education.ar.html
===================================================================
RCS file: education.ar.html
diff -N education.ar.html
--- education.ar.html   8 Oct 2015 16:05:44 -0000       1.6
+++ /dev/null   1 Jan 1970 00:00:00 -0000
@@ -1,209 +0,0 @@
-<!--#set var="PO_FILE"
- value='<a href="/education/po/education.ar.po">
- http://www.gnu.org/education/po/education.ar.po</a>'
- --><!--#set var="ORIGINAL_FILE" value="/education/education.html"
- --><!--#set var="DIFF_FILE" value="/education/po/education.ar-diff.html"
- --><!--#set var="OUTDATED_SINCE" value="2013-04-13" -->
-<!--#set var="ENGLISH_PAGE" value="/education/education.en.html" -->
-
-<!--#include virtual="/server/html5-header.ar.html" -->
-<!-- Parent-Version: 1.77 -->
-<!--#set var="DISABLE_TOP_ADDENDUM" value="yes" -->
-
-<!-- This file is automatically generated by GNUnited Nations! -->
-<title>البرمجيات الحرة والتعليم - مشروع جنو - م
ؤسسة البرمجيات الحرة</title>
-
-<!--#include virtual="/education/po/education.translist" -->
-<style type="text/css" media="screen">
-<!--
-#content #video-container {
-   max-width: 40em;
-   margin: 2em auto;
-}
-#content #video-container p { text-align: justify; }
-#rms-movie { width: 100%; margin-bottom: .3em; }
--->
-</style>
-
-<!--#include virtual="/server/staging/nav-bar/test9/banner.ar.html" -->
-<div id="education-content">
-
-<!-- begin edu navigation bar -->
-<ul id="edu-navigation">
-  <li><a href="/education/edu-contents.html"> المحنوى التعليمي  
</a></li>
-  <li><a href="/education/edu-cases.html">دراسة حالة</a></li>
-  <li><a href="/education/edu-resources.html">مصادر تعليم
ية</a></li>
-  <li><a href="/education/edu-projects.html">مشاريع تعليم
ية</a></li>
-  <li><a href="/education/edu-faq.html">FAQ اشهر الأسئلة 
بالإجابات</a></li>
-  <li><a href="/education/edu-team.html">الفريق التعليمي</a></li>
-</ul>
-
-<!-- end edu navigation bar -->
-</div>
-
-<!-- id="education-content" -->
-<!--GNUN: OUT-OF-DATE NOTICE-->
-<!--#include virtual="/server/outdated.ar.html" -->
-<!--#if expr="$OUTDATED_SINCE" -->
-<!--#else -->
-<!--#if expr="$LANGUAGE_SUFFIX" -->
-<!--#set var="DISABLE_TOP_ADDENDUM" value="no" -->
-<!--#include virtual="/server/top-addendum.ar.html" -->
-<!--#endif -->
-<!--#endif -->
-<div class="center">
-<h2>البرمجيات الحرة والتعليم</h2>
-</div>
-
-<h3>ما علاقة البرجيات الحرة بالتعليم؟</h3>
-
-<blockquote class="note"><p>
-نبحث عن ألعاب تعليمية حرة، أو ألعاب يمكن 
إستخدامها لأغراض تعليمية. راسلنا
-<a href="mailto:address@hidden";>&lt;address@hidden&gt;</a>
-</p></blockquote>
-
-<p>حرية إستخدام البرمجيات تلعب دور هام في 
العملية التعليمية. على المؤسسات
-التعليمية في مختلف المستويات أن تستخدم 
ونَدْرس البرمجيات الحرة لأنها الوحيدة
-من نوعها التى تسمح لتلك المؤسسات تحقيق 
رسالتها الجوهرية: نشر المعرفة البشرية
-وإعداد الطلبة ليكونوا أعضاء فعاليين في م
جتمعهم. الشفرة المصدرية وأساليب
-البرمجيات الحرة جزء من المعرفة الإنسانية. 
في المقابل، البرمجيات الحكرية لغز،
-معرفة مقيدة، والذي يقع على طرف النقيض من 
رسالة المؤسسات التعليمية. البرمجيات
-الحرة تدعم التعليم ، البرمجيات المحكرية 
تحظر التعليم.</p>
-
-<p>البرمجيات الحرة ليست مسألة تقنية؛ ولكنها 
أخلاقية، إجتماعية، وسياسية. إنها
-مسألة الحقوق الإنسانية الواجبة لمستخدمي 
البرمجيات. الحرية والتعاون قيم
-أساسية للبرمجيات الحرة. نظان جنو يطبق تلك 
القيم ومبادئ المشاركة ، إذ أن
-المشاركة أمر جيد ونافعة لتقدم الإنسانية.</p>
-
-<p>لمعرفة المزيد أنظر <a href="/philosophy/free-sw.html"> 
تعريف البرمجيات الحرة
-</a> ومقالتنا عن  <a href="/philosophy/shouldbefree.html">لماذا 
يجب أن تكون
-اليرمجيات حر</a>.</p>
-
-
-<h3>الأساسيات</h3>
-<p><a href=" /gnu/initial-announcement.html">إنطلق</a> مشروع جنو 
في عام 1983
-بواسطة ريتشارد ستالمن Richard Stallman لتطوير نظام
 تشغيل حر: نظام متشغيل
-جنو. وعليه،  أصبح من الممكن لأي شخص أن 
يستخدم الحاسب الآلي بحرية.</p>
-
-<p>في هذا المقطع ذو الستة دقائق يشرح <a
-href="http://www.fsf.org/about/leadership/#rms";> ريتشارد ستالمان 
Richard
-Stallman</a> بإختصار وفي صميم الموضوع مبادئ 
البرمجيات الحرة وكيفترتبط
-بالتعليم.</p>
-
-<div id="video-container">
-<!-- GNUN: localize URL /education/rms-education-es.ogv -->
-<video  id="rms-movie" controls="controls">
-  <source
-    src="http://www.gnu.org/education/rms-education-es.ogv";
-    type='video/ogg; codecs="theora, vorbis"' />
-</video>
-
-<div class="emph-box"><p>
- 
-<!-- TRANSLATORS: Please replace the link to the video with subtitles in
-     English with a link to the video with subtitles in your language, 
-     if it exists. -->
-<a href="http://audio-video.gnu.org/video/rms-education-es-high-sub.en.ogv";>
-نزل و شاهد هذا المقطع</a>  بدقة وضوع أعلى  في 
صيغة <span dir="ltr">Ogg
-Theora (ogv)</span> الحرة.
-
-<!-- TRANSLATORS: please add the link to your language here in the first 
-     place, followed by a comma. -->
-نص المقطع متوفر  <a
-href="/education/misc/rms-education-es-transcription.ar.txt">بالعربية</a>,
-<a
-href="/education/misc/rms-education-es-translation-to-en.txt">بالإنجليزية</a>,
-<a 
href="/education/misc/rms-education-es-transcription.txt">بالأسبانية</a>,
-وأيضاً <a 
href="/education/misc/edu-misc.html#transcription-rms-education">
-لغات أخرى</a>. 
-
-
-<!-- TRANSLATORS: please add the link to your language here in the first 
-     place, followed by a comma. -->
-ملفات الحاشية SubRip subtitle متوفرة للتنزيل <a
-href="/education/misc/rms-education-es-sub.ar.srt">بالعربية</a>،<a
-href="/education/misc/rms-education-es-sub.en.srt">بالإنجليزية</a>, 
<a
-href="/education/misc/rms-education-es-sub.es.srt">بالأسبانية</a>, 
وأيضاً <a
-href="/education/misc/edu-misc.html#subtitles-rms-education"> لغات 
أخرى</a>. 
-</p></div> 
-<!-- /.emph-box -->
-</div> 
-<!-- /#video-container -->
-
-<h3>في العمق</h3>
-
-<ul>
-<li>إعرف عن <a href="/education/edu-why.html">الدوافع</a> لم
اذا يجب على المؤسسات
-التعليمية أن يستخدم وتُعْلِم البرمجيات 
الحرة حصرياً.</li>
-
-<li>مقالة بواسطة ريتشارد ستالمن Richard Stallman:  <a
-href="/education/edu-schools.html"> لماذايجب على المدارس 
إستخدام البركجيات
-الحرة حصرياً</a></li>
-
-<li>مقالة بواسطة د/ ف. ساسي كومار Dr. V. Sasi Kumar عن 
 <a
-href="/education/edu-system-india.html"> النظام التعليمي في 
الهند. </a></li>
-</ul>
-
-<div class="translators-notes">
-
-<!--TRANSLATORS: Use space (SPC) as msgstr if you don't have notes.-->
- </div>
-</div>
-
-<!-- for id="content", starts in the include above -->
-<!--#include virtual="/server/footer.ar.html" -->
-<div id="footer">
-<div class="unprintable">
-
-<p>يرجى إرسال الاستفسارات المتعلقة بالـ FSF 
وGNU إلى <a
-href="mailto:address@hidden";>&lt;address@hidden&gt;</a>. هناك أيضاً 
طرق أخرى
-للاتصال <a href="/contact/"><span xml:lang="en" lang="en"> </span> بم
ؤسسة
-البرمجيات الحرة</a>. يرجى إرسال الوصلات الم
نقطعة وأي تصحيحات أو اقتراحات إلى
-<a href="mailto:address@hidden";>&lt;address@hidden&gt;</a>.</p>
-
-<p>
-<!-- TRANSLATORS: Ignore the original text in this paragraph,
-        replace it with the translation of these two:
-
-        We work hard and do our best to provide accurate, good quality
-        translations.  However, we are not exempt from imperfection.
-        Please send your comments and general suggestions in this regard
-        to <a href="mailto:address@hidden";>
-
-        &lt;address@hidden&gt;</a>.</p>
-
-        <p>For information on coordinating and submitting translations of
-        our web pages, see <a
-        href="/server/standards/README.translations.html">Translations
-        README</a>. -->
-رغم بذلنا قصارى جهدنا لتوفير ترجمات دقيقة 
ذات جودة عالية، فإننا لا ندعي كمال
-النصوص وخلوها من الأخطاء. يرجي إرسال 
التعليقات والمقترحات المتعلقة بهذا
-الشأن إلى عنوان البريد الإلكتروني <a 
href="mailto:address@hidden";>
-&lt;address@hidden&gt;</a>.</p> <p>للحصول على أي معلومات 
بشأن تنسيق
-وتقديم ترجمات موقعنا الإلكتروني، يرجى 
الاطلاع على الرابط التالي <a
-href="/server/standards/README.translations.html">دليل الترجم
Ø©</a>.</p>
-</div>
-
-<p>Copyright &copy; 2011, 2012 مؤسسة البرمجيات الحرة، 
المحدودة.</p>
-
-<p>هذا المُصنَّف مرخص بموجب <a rel="license"
-href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nd/3.0/us/deed.ar";>رخصة الم
شاع
-الإبداعي نسب المصنف - منع الاشتقاق 3.0 
الولايات المتحدة</a>.</p>
-
-<!--#include virtual="/server/bottom-notes.ar.html" -->
-<div class="translators-credits">
-
-<!--TRANSLATORS: Use space (SPC) as msgstr if you don't want credits.-->
-ترجمة رفيق أ. يونان</div>
-
-<p class="unprintable"><!-- timestamp start -->
-حُدثت:
-
-$Date: 2015/10/08 16:05:44 $
-
-<!-- timestamp end -->
-</p>
-</div>
-</div>
-</body>
-</html>

Index: emacs-basic.html
===================================================================
RCS file: emacs-basic.html
diff -N emacs-basic.html
--- emacs-basic.html    15 Apr 2014 15:47:25 -0000      1.1
+++ /dev/null   1 Jan 1970 00:00:00 -0000
@@ -1,71 +0,0 @@
-<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN"
-"http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/loose.dtd";>
-
-<html lang="en">
-<head>
-<meta http-equiv="content-type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8">
-<link rev="made" href="mailto:address@hidden";>
-<link rel="icon" type="image/png" href="/graphics/gnu-head-mini.png">
-<meta name="ICBM" content="42.256233,-71.006581">
-<meta name="DC.title" content="gnu.org">
-
-<title>Basic - GNU Emacs Manual</title>
-<style type="text/css">
-@import url('style.css');
-</style>
-<!--
-This is the `GNU Emacs Manual',
-updated for Emacs version 24.3.
-
-Copyright (C) 1985--1987, 1993--2013 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
-
-     Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this
-     document under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License,
-     Version 1.3 or any later version published by the Free Software
-     Foundation; with the Invariant Sections being ``The GNU
-     Manifesto,'' ``Distribution'' and ``GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE,''
-     with the Front-Cover texts being ``A GNU Manual,'' and with the
-     Back-Cover Texts as in (a) below.  A copy of the license is
-     included in the section entitled ``GNU Free Documentation
-     License.''
-
-     (a) The FSF's Back-Cover Text is: ``You have the freedom to copy
-     and modify this GNU manual.  Buying copies from the FSF supports
-     it in developing GNU and promoting software freedom.''
-   -->
-</head>
-<body>
-<div class="node" style="background-color:#DDDDFF">
-<a name="Basic"></a>
-<p>
-Next:&nbsp;<a rel="next" accesskey="n" 
href="Minibuffer.html#Minibuffer">Minibuffer</a>,
-Previous:&nbsp;<a rel="previous" accesskey="p" 
href="Exiting.html#Exiting">Exiting</a>,
-Up:&nbsp;<a rel="up" accesskey="u" href="index.html#Top">Top</a>
-
-</div>
-
-<h2 class="chapter">7 Basic Editing Commands</h2>
-
-<p><a name="index-C_002dh-t-61"></a><a 
name="index-help_002dwith_002dtutorial-62"></a>  Here we explain the basics of 
how to enter text, make corrections,
-and save the text in a file.  If this material is new to you, we
-suggest you first run the Emacs learn-by-doing tutorial, by typing
-<kbd>C-h t</kbd> (<code>help-with-tutorial</code>).
-
-<ul class="menu">
-<li><a accesskey="1" href="Inserting-Text.html#Inserting-Text">Inserting 
Text</a>:       Inserting text by simply typing it. 
-<li><a accesskey="2" href="Moving-Point.html#Moving-Point">Moving Point</a>:   
      Moving the cursor to the place where you want to
-                          change something. 
-<li><a accesskey="3" href="Erasing.html#Erasing">Erasing</a>:              
Deleting and killing text. 
-<li><a accesskey="4" href="Basic-Undo.html#Basic-Undo">Basic Undo</a>:         
  Undoing recent changes in the text. 
-<li><a accesskey="5" href="Basic-Files.html#Basic-Files">Files</a>:    
Visiting, creating, and saving files. 
-<li><a accesskey="6" href="Basic-Help.html#Basic-Help">Help</a>:      Asking 
what a character does. 
-<li><a accesskey="7" href="Blank-Lines.html#Blank-Lines">Blank Lines</a>:      
    Making and deleting blank lines. 
-<li><a accesskey="8" 
href="Continuation-Lines.html#Continuation-Lines">Continuation Lines</a>:   How 
Emacs displays lines too wide for the screen. 
-<li><a accesskey="9" href="Position-Info.html#Position-Info">Position 
Info</a>:        What line, row, or column is point on? 
-<li><a href="Arguments.html#Arguments">Arguments</a>:            Numeric 
arguments for repeating a command N times. 
-<li><a href="Repeating.html#Repeating">Repeating</a>:            Repeating the 
previous command quickly. 
-</ul>
-
-   </body></html>
-
-

Index: emacs-exiting.html
===================================================================
RCS file: emacs-exiting.html
diff -N emacs-exiting.html
--- emacs-exiting.html  15 Apr 2014 15:39:27 -0000      1.1
+++ /dev/null   1 Jan 1970 00:00:00 -0000
@@ -1,110 +0,0 @@
-<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN"
-"http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/loose.dtd";>
-
-<html lang="en">
-<head>
-<meta http-equiv="content-type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8">
-<link rev="made" href="mailto:address@hidden";>
-<link rel="icon" type="image/png" href="/graphics/gnu-head-mini.png">
-<meta name="ICBM" content="42.256233,-71.006581">
-<meta name="DC.title" content="gnu.org">
-
-<title>Exiting - GNU Emacs Manual</title>
-<style type="text/css">
-@import url('style.css');
-</style>
-<!--
-This is the `GNU Emacs Manual',
-updated for Emacs version 24.3.
-
-Copyright (C) 1985--1987, 1993--2013 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
-
-     Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this
-     document under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License,
-     Version 1.3 or any later version published by the Free Software
-     Foundation; with the Invariant Sections being ``The GNU
-     Manifesto,'' ``Distribution'' and ``GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE,''
-     with the Front-Cover texts being ``A GNU Manual,'' and with the
-     Back-Cover Texts as in (a) below.  A copy of the license is
-     included in the section entitled ``GNU Free Documentation
-     License.''
-
-     (a) The FSF's Back-Cover Text is: ``You have the freedom to copy
-     and modify this GNU manual.  Buying copies from the FSF supports
-     it in developing GNU and promoting software freedom.''
-   -->
-</head>
-<body>
-<div class="node" style="background-color:#DDDDFF">
-<a name="Exiting"></a>
-<p>
-Next:&nbsp;<a rel="next" accesskey="n" href="Basic.html#Basic">Basic</a>,
-Previous:&nbsp;<a rel="previous" accesskey="p" 
href="Entering-Emacs.html#Entering-Emacs">Entering Emacs</a>,
-Up:&nbsp;<a rel="up" accesskey="u" href="index.html#Top">Top</a>
-
-</div>
-
-<h2 class="chapter">6 Exiting Emacs</h2>
-
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-<h1>Chess Engine Communication Protocol</h1>
-<h2><a href="http://www.tim-mann.org/";>Tim Mann</a> &amp; <a 
href="http://home.hccnet.nl/h.g.muller/winboardF.html";>H.G.Muller</a></h2>
-<p>
-Version 2; implemented in xboard/WinBoard 4.2.1 and later. (Sept 3, 2009)<br />
-Changes since version 1 are indicated in <span class="version1">red</span>.<br 
/>
-Changes for WinBoard 4.3.xx are indicated in <span 
class="version43">green</span>.<br />
-Changes for WinBoard 4.4.xx are indicated in <span 
class="version44">blue</span>.
-</p>
-</div>
-
-<ul>
-<li><a href="#1">1. Introduction</a></li>
-<li><a href="#2">2. Connection</a></li>
-<li><a href="#3">3. Debugging</a></li>
-<li><a href="#4">4. How it got this way</a></li>
-<li><a href="#5">5. WinBoard requires Win32 engines</a></li>
-<li><a href="#6">6. Hints on input/output</a></li>
-<li><a href="#7">7. Signals</a></li>
-<li><a href="#8">8. Commands from xboard to the engine</a></li>
-<li><a href="#9">9. Commands from the engine to xboard</a></li>
-<li><a href="#10">10. Thinking Output</a></li>
-<li><a href="#11">11. Time control</a></li>
-<li><a href="#12">12. Analyze Mode</a></li>
-<li><a href="#13">13. Idioms and backward compatibility features</a></li>
-</ul>
-
-<hr />
-
-<h2><a name="1">1. Introduction</a></h2>
-
-<p>
-This document is a set of rough notes on the protocol that xboard and
-WinBoard use to communicate with gnuchessx and other chess engines.
-These notes may be useful if you want to connect a different chess
-engine to xboard.  Throughout the notes, "xboard" means both xboard
-and WinBoard except where they are specifically contrasted.
-</p>
-
-<p>
-There are two reasons I can imagine someone wanting to do this:
-</p>
-
-<ol>
-<li>You have, or are developing, a chess engine but you don't want to
-write your own graphical interface. </li>
-<li>You have, or are developing,a chess engine, and you want to
-interface it to the Internet Chess Server.</li>
-</ol>
-
-<p>
-In case (2), if you are using xboard, you will need to configure the
-"Zippy" code into it, but WinBoard includes this code already.  See
-the file <a
-href="http://www.tim-mann.org/xboard/zippy.README";>zippy.README</a>
-in the xboard or WinBoard distribution for more information.
-</p>
-
-<p>
-These notes are unpolished, but I've attempted to make them complete
-in this release.  If you notice any errors, omissions, or misleading
-statements, let me know.
-</p>
-
-<p>
-I'd like to hear from everyone who is trying to interface their own
-chess engine to xboard/WinBoard. Please join the mailing list for
-authors of xboard/WinBoard compatible chess engines and post a message
-about what you're doing. The list is now hosted by Yahoo Groups; you
-can join at <a href="http://groups.yahoo.com/group/chess-engines";
->http://groups.yahoo.com/group/chess-engines</a>, or you can read the
-list there without joining.  The list is filtered to prevent spam.
-</p>
-
-<p class="version43">
-Note that the WinBoard 4.3.xx line was developed independently of the
-original GNU project, by H.G.Muller.
-If you have questions about WinBoard 4.3.xx, or want to report bugs in it,
-report them in the appropriate section of the
-<a href="http://www.open-aurec.com/wbforum/";>WinBoard forum</a>.
-</p>
-
-<h2><a name="2">2. Connection</a></h2>
-
-<p>
-An xboard chess engine runs as a separate process from xboard itself,
-connected to xboard through a pair of anonymous pipes.  The engine
-does not have to do anything special to set up these pipes.  xboard
-sets up the pipes itself and starts the engine with one pipe as its
-standard input and the other as its standard output.  The engine then
-reads commands from its standard input and writes responses to its
-standard output.  This is, unfortunately, a little more complicated to
-do right than it sounds; see <a href="#6">section 6</a> below.
-</p>
-
-<p>
-And yes, contrary to some people's expectations, exactly the same
-thing is true for WinBoard.  Pipes and standard input/output are
-implemented in Win32 and work fine.  You don't have to use DDE, COM,
-DLLs, BSOD, or any of the other infinite complexity that
-Microsoft has created just to talk between two programs.  A WinBoard
-chess engine is a Win32 console program that simply reads from its
-standard input and writes to its standard output.  See sections
-<a href="#5">5</a> and <a href="#6">6</a> below for additional details.
-</p>
-
-<h2><a name="3">3. Debugging</a></h2>
-
-<p>
-To diagnose problems in your engine's interaction with xboard, use the
--debug flag on xboard's command line to see the messages that are
-being exchanged.  In WinBoard, these messages are written to the file
-WinBoard.debug instead of going to the screen.
-</p>
-
-<p>
-You can turn debug mode on or off while WinBoard is running by
-pressing Ctrl+Alt+F12.  You can turn debug mode on or off while xboard
-is running by binding DebugProc to a shortcut key (and pressing the
-key!); see the instructions on shortcut keys in the xboard man page.
-</p>
-
-<p>
-While your engine is running under xboard/WinBoard, you can send a
-command directly to the engine by pressing Shift+1 (xboard) or Alt+1
-(WinBoard 4.0.3 and later).  This brings up a dialog that you can type
-your command into.  Press Shift+2 (Alt+2) instead to send to the
-second chess engine in Two Machines mode.  On WinBoard 4.0.2 and earlier,
-Ctrl+Alt is used in place of Alt; this had to be changed due to a conflict
-with typing the @-sign on some European keyboards.
-</p>
-
-<h2><a name="4">4. How it got this way</a></h2>
-
-<p>
-Originally, xboard was just trying to talk to the existing
-command-line interface of GNU Chess 3.1+ and 4, which was designed
-for people to type commands to.  So the communication protocol is very
-ad-hoc.  It might have been good to redesign it early on, but because
-xboard and GNU Chess are separate programs, I didn't want to force
-people to upgrade them together to versions that matched.  I
-particularly wanted to keep new versions of xboard working with old
-versions of GNU Chess, to make it easier to compare the play of old
-and new gnuchess versions.  I didn't foresee the need for a clean
-protocol to be used with other chess engines in the future.
-</p>
-
-<p>
-Circumstances have changed over the years, and now there are many more
-engines that work with xboard.  I've had to make the protocol
-description more precise, I've added some features that GNU Chess
-does not support, and I've specified the standard semantics of a few
-features to be slightly different from what GNU Chess 4 does.
-</p>
-
-<p class="version1">
-This release of the protocol specification is the first to carry a
-version number of its own -- version 2.  Previous releases simply
-carried a last-modified date and were loosely tied to specific
-releases of xboard and WinBoard.  The version number "1" applies
-generally to all those older versions of the protocol.
-</p>
-
-<p class="version1">
-Protocol version 2 remains compatible with older engines but has
-several new capabilities.  In particular, it adds the
-"feature" command, a new mechanism for making backward-compatible
-changes and extensions to the protocol.  Engines that do not support a
-particular new feature do not have to use it; new features are not
-enabled unless the engine specifically requests them using the feature
-command.  If an engine does not send the feature command at all, the
-protocol behavior is nearly identical to version 1.  Several new
-features can be selected by the feature command in version 2,
-including the "ping" command (recommended for all engines), the
-"setboard" command, and many optional parameters.  Additional features
-will probably be added in future versions.
-</p>
-
-<p class="version43">
-If it is necessary to have a separate name,
-it would be best to refer to the protocol including the green additions as 
version 2f.
-I really don't think it is a different protocol from version 2, though.
-I just tried to clarify some ambiguities in the original definition,
-now that the WinBoard 4.3.xx line has implemented them in a specific way.
-The hand-shaking protocol for features as defined in protocol 2 perfectly
-allows addition of an occasional new features without any need for stepping up 
the protocol version number,
-and I think refraining from the latter would enormously lower the barrier for 
actual
-implementation of these features in engines.
-<br />
-The two really new things are the engine debug comments, and the "nps" command.
-The former merely tries to regulate an extremely common existing pactice
-of having engines dump debug messages on WinBoard in an unprotected way,
-as usually you get away with that.
-</p>
-
-<h2><a name="5">5. WinBoard requires Win32 engines</a></h2>
-
-<p>
-Due to some Microsoft brain damage that I don't understand, WinBoard
-does not work with chess engines that were compiled to use a DOS
-extender for 32-bit addressing.  (Probably not with 16-bit DOS or
-Windows programs either.)  WinBoard works only with engines that are
-compiled for the Win32 API.  You can get a free compiler that targets
-the Win32 API from <a href="http://sources.redhat.com/cygwin/";
->http://sources.redhat.com/cygwin/</a>.  I think DJGPP 2.x should also
-work if you use the RSXNTDJ extension, but I haven't tried it.  Of
-course, Microsoft Visual C++ will work.  Most likely the other
-commercial products that support Win32 will work too (Borland, etc.),
-but I have not tried them.  Delphi has been successfully used to write
-engines for WinBoard; if you want to do this, Tony Werten has donated
-some <a href="http://www.tim-mann.org/winboard/delphi.txt"; >sample
-code</a> that should help you get started.
-</p>
-
-<h2><a name="6">6. Hints on input/output</a></h2>
-
-<p>
-Beware of using buffered I/O in your chess engine.  The C stdio
-library, C++ streams, and the I/O packages in most other languages use
-buffering both on input and output.  That means two things.  First,
-when your engine tries to write some characters to xboard, the library
-stashes them in an internal buffer and does not actually write them to
-the pipe connected to xboard until either the buffer fills up or you
-call a special library routine asking for it to be flushed.  (In C
-stdio, this routine is named <tt>fflush</tt>.)  Second, when your engine tries
-to read some characters from xboard, the library does not read just
-the characters you asked for -- it reads all the characters that are
-currently available (up to some limit) and stashes any characters you
-are not yet ready for in an internal buffer.  The next time you ask to
-read, you get the characters from the buffer (if any) before the
-library tries to read more data from the actual pipe.
-</p>
-
-<p>
-Why does this cause problems?  First, on the output side, remember
-that your engine produces output in small quantities (say, a few
-characters for a move, or a line or two giving the current analysis),
-and that data always needs to be delivered to xboard/WinBoard for
-display immediately.  If you use buffered output, the data you print
-will sit in a buffer in your own address space instead of being
-delivered.
-</p>
-
-<p>
-You can usually fix the output buffering problem by asking for the
-buffering to be turned off.  In C stdio, you do this by calling
-<tt>setbuf(stdout, NULL)</tt>.  A more laborious and error-prone
-method is to carefully call <tt>fflush(stdout)</tt> after every line
-you output; I don't recommend this.  In C++, you can try
-<tt>cout.setf(ios::unitbuf)</tt>, which is documented in current
-editions of "The C++ Programming Language," but not older ones.
-Another C++ method that might work is
-<tt>cout.rdbuf()-&gt;setbuf(NULL, 0)</tt>.  Alternatively, you can
-carefully call <tt>cout.flush()</tt> after every line you output;
-again, I don't recommend this.
-</p>
-
-<p>
-Another way to fix the problem is to use unbuffered operating system
-calls to write directly to the file descriptor for standard output.
-On Unix, this means <tt>write(1, ...)</tt> -- see the man page for write(2).
-On Win32, you can use either the Unix-like <tt>_write(1, ...)</tt> or Win32
-native routines like <tt>WriteFile</tt>.
-</p>
-
-<p>
-Second, on the input side, you are likely to want to poll during your
-search and stop it if new input has come in.  If you implement
-pondering, you'll need this so that pondering stops when the user
-makes a move.  You should also poll during normal thinking on your
-move, so that you can implement the "?" (move now) command, and so
-that you can respond promptly to a "result", "force", or "quit"
-command if xboard wants to end the game or terminate your engine.
-Buffered input makes polling more complicated -- when you poll, you
-must stop your search if there are <em>either</em> characters in the buffer
-<em>or</em> characters available from the underlying file descriptor.
-</p>
-
-<p>
-The most direct way to fix this problem is to use unbuffered operating
-system calls to read (and poll) the underlying file descriptor
-directly.  On Unix, use <tt>read(0, ...)</tt> to read from standard input, and
-use <tt>select()</tt> to poll it.  See the man pages read(2) and select(2).
-(Don't follow the example of GNU Chess 4 and use the FIONREAD ioctl to
-poll for input.  It is not very portable; that is, it does not exist
-on all versions of Unix, and is broken on some that do have it.)  On
-Win32, you can use either the Unix-like <tt>_read(0, ...)</tt> or the native
-Win32 <tt>ReadFile()</tt> to read.  Unfortunately, under Win32, the function to
-use for polling is different depending on whether the input device is
-a pipe, a console, or something else.  (More Microsoft brain damage
-here -- did they never hear of device independence?)  For pipes, you
-can use <tt>PeekNamedPipe</tt> to poll (even when the pipe is unnamed).
-For consoles,
-you can use <tt>GetNumberOfConsoleInputEvents</tt>.  For sockets only, you can
-use <tt>select()</tt>.  It might be possible to use
-<tt>WaitForSingleObject</tt> more
-generally, but I have not tried it.  Some code to do these things can
-be found in Crafty's utility.c, but I don't guarantee that it's all
-correct or optimal.
-</p>
-
-<p>
-A second way to fix the problem might be to ask your I/O library not
-to buffer on input.  It should then be safe to poll the underlying
-file descriptor as described above.  With C, you can try calling
-<tt>setbuf(stdin, NULL)</tt>.  However, I have never tried this.  Also, there
-could be problems if you use <tt>scanf()</tt>, at least with certain patterns,
-because <tt>scanf()</tt> sometimes needs to read one extra character and "push
-it back" into the buffer; hence, there is a one-character pushback
-buffer even if you asked for stdio to be unbuffered.  With C++, you
-can try <tt>cin.rdbuf()-&gt;setbuf(NULL, 0)</tt>, but again, I have never tried
-this.
-</p>
-
-<p>
-A third way to fix the problem is to check whether there are
-characters in the buffer whenever you poll.  C I/O libraries generally
-do not provide any portable way to do this.  Under C++, you can use
-<tt>cin.rdbuf()-&gt;in_avail()</tt>.  This method has been reported to
-work with
-EXchess.  Remember that if there are no characters in the buffer, you
-still have to poll the underlying file descriptor too, using the
-method described above.
-</p>
-
-<p>
-A fourth way to fix the problem is to use a separate thread to read
-from stdin.  This way works well if you are familiar with thread
-programming.  This thread can be blocked waiting for input to come in
-at all times, while the main thread of your engine does its thinking.
-When input arrives, you have the thread put the input into a buffer
-and set a flag in a global variable.  Your search routine then
-periodically tests the global variable to see if there is input to
-process, and stops if there is.  WinBoard and my Win32 ports of ICC
-timestamp and FICS timeseal use threads to handle multiple input
-sources.
-</p>
-
-<h2><a name="7">7. Signals</a></h2>
-
-<p>Engines that run on Unix need to be concerned with two Unix
-signals: <tt>SIGTERM</tt> and <tt>SIGINT</tt>.  This applies both to
-engines that run under xboard and (the unusual case of) engines that
-WinBoard remotely runs on a Unix host using the -firstHost or
--secondHost feature.  It does not apply to engines that run on
-Windows, because Windows does not have Unix-style signals.
-<span class="version1">
-Beginning with version 2, you can now turn off the use of
-either or both
-signals.  See the "feature" command in <a href="#6">section 9</a> below.
-</span>
-</p>
-
-<p>First, when an engine is sent the "quit" command, it is also given
-a <tt>SIGTERM</tt> signal shortly afterward to make sure it goes away.
-If your engine reliably responds to "quit", and the signal causes
-problems for you, you should either ignore it by calling
-<tt>signal(SIGTERM, SIG_IGN)</tt> at the start of your program,
-or disable it with the "feature" command.</p>
-
-<p>Second, xboard will send an interrupt signal (<tt>SIGINT</tt>) at
-certain times when it believes the engine may not be listening to user
-input (thinking or pondering).  WinBoard currently does this only when
-the engine is running remotely using the -firstHost or -secondHost
-feature, not when it is running locally.  You probably need to know
-only enough about this grungy feature to keep it from getting in your
-way.
-</p>
-
-<p>
-The <tt>SIGINT</tt>s are basically tailored to the needs of GNU Chess 4
-on systems where its input polling code is broken or disabled.
-Because they work in a rather peculiar way, it is recommended that you
-either ignore <tt>SIGINT</tt> by having your engine call
-<tt>signal(SIGINT, SIG_IGN)</tt>, or disable it with the "feature"
-command.</p>
-
-<p>
-Here are details for the curious.  If xboard needs to send a command
-when it is the chess engine's move (such as before the "?" command),
-it sends a <tt>SIGINT</tt> first.  If xboard needs to send commands when it is
-not the chess engine's move, but the chess engine may be pondering
-(thinking on its opponent's time) or analyzing (analysis or analyze
-file mode), xboard sends a <tt>SIGINT</tt> before the first such command only.
-Another <tt>SIGINT</tt> is not sent until another move is made, even if xboard
-issues more commands.  This behavior is necessary for GNU Chess 4.  The
-first <tt>SIGINT</tt> stops it from pondering until the next move, but on some
-systems, GNU Chess 4 will die if it receives a <tt>SIGINT</tt> when not
-actually thinking or pondering.
-</p>
-
-<p>
-There are two reasons why WinBoard does not send the Win32 equivalent
-of <tt>SIGINT</tt> (which is called <tt>CTRL_C_EVENT</tt>) to local
-engines.  First, the Win32 GNU Chess 4 port does not need it.  Second, I
-could not find a way to get it to work.  Win32 seems to be designed
-under the assumption that only console applications, not windowed
-applications, would ever want to send a <tt>CTRL_C_EVENT</tt>.
-</p>
-
-<h2><a name="8">8. Commands from xboard to the engine</a></h2>
-
-<p>
-All commands from xboard to the engine end with a newline (\n), even
-where that is not explicitly stated.  All your output to xboard must
-be in complete lines; any form of prompt or partial line will cause
-problems.
-</p>
-
-<p>
-At the beginning of each game, xboard sends an initialization string.
-This is currently "new\nrandom\n" unless the user changes it with the
-initString or secondInitString option.
-</p>
-
-<p>
-xboard normally reuses the same chess engine process for multiple
-games.  At the end of a game, xboard will send the "force" command
-(see below) to make sure your engine stops thinking about the current
-position.  It will later send the initString again to start a new
-game.  If your engine can't play multiple games, you can disable reuse
-<span class="version1">
-either with the "feature" command (beginning in protocol version
-2; see below) or
-</span>
-with xboard's -xreuse (or -xreuse2) command line
-option.  xboard will then ask the process to quit after each game and
-start a new process for the next game.
-</p>
-
-<dl>
-<dt>xboard</dt>
-<dd>This command will be sent once immediately after your engine
-process is started.  You can use it to put your engine into "xboard
-mode" if that is needed.  If your engine prints a prompt to ask for
-user input, you must turn off the prompt and output a newline when the
-"xboard" command comes in.
-</dd>
-
-<dt class="version1">protover N</dt>
-<dd class="version1">
-<p>Beginning in protocol version 2 (in which N=2), this command will
-be sent immediately after the "xboard" command.  If you receive some
-other command immediately after "xboard" (such as "new"), you can
-assume that protocol version 1 is in use.  The "protover" command is
-the only new command that xboard always sends in version 2.  All other
-new commands to the engine are sent only if the engine first enables
-them with the "feature" command.  Protocol versions will always be
-simple integers so that they can easily be compared.
-</p>
-
-<p>Your engine should reply to the protover command by sending the
-"feature" command (see below) with the list of non-default feature
-settings that you require, if any.</p>
-
-<p>Your engine should never refuse to run due to receiving a higher
-protocol version number than it is expecting!  New protocol versions
-will always be compatible with older ones by default; the larger
-version number is simply a hint that additional "feature" command
-options added in later protocol versions may be accepted.
-</p>
-</dd>
-
-<dt class="version1">accepted</dt>
-<dt class="version1">rejected</dt>
-<dd class="version1">
-These commands may be sent to your engine in reply to the "feature"
-command; see its documentation below.
-</dd>
-
-<dt>new</dt>
-<dd>Reset the board to the standard chess starting position.  Set
-White on move.  Leave force mode and set the engine to play Black.
-Associate the engine's clock with Black and the opponent's clock with
-White.  Reset clocks and time controls to the start of a new game.
-Use wall clock for time measurement.
-Stop clocks.  Do not ponder on this move, even if pondering is on.
-Remove any search depth limit previously set by the sd command.
-</dd>
-
-<dt>variant VARNAME</dt>
-<dd>If the game is not standard chess, but a variant, this command is
-sent after "new" and before the first move or "edit" command.  Currently
-defined variant names are:
-
-<table>
-<tr><td>wildcastle</td><td>Shuffle chess where king can castle from d 
file</td></tr>
-<tr><td>nocastle</td><td>Shuffle chess with no castling at all</td></tr>
-<tr><td>fischerandom</td><td>Fischer Random</td></tr>
-<tr><td>bughouse</td><td>Bughouse, ICC/FICS rules</td></tr>
-<tr><td>crazyhouse</td><td>Crazyhouse, ICC/FICS rules</td></tr>
-<tr><td>losers</td><td>Win by losing all pieces or getting mated 
(ICC)</td></tr>
-<tr><td>suicide</td><td>Win by losing all pieces including king,
-    or by having fewer pieces when one player has no legal moves 
(FICS)</td></tr>
-<tr class="version1"><td>giveaway</td><td>Win by losing all pieces including 
king,
-    or by having no legal moves (ICC)</td></tr>
-<tr><td>twokings</td><td>Weird ICC wild 9</td></tr>
-<tr><td>kriegspiel</td><td>Kriegspiel (engines not supported)</td></tr>
-<tr><td>atomic</td><td>Atomic</td></tr>
-<tr><td>3check</td><td>Win by giving check 3 times</td></tr>
-<tr class="version43"><td>xiangqi </td><td>Chinese Chess (9x10 board)</td></tr>
-<tr class="version43"><td>shogi </td><td>Japanese Chess (9x9 bord)</td></tr>
-<tr class="version43"><td>capablanca</td><td>Capablanca Chess (10x8 board, 
with Archbishop and Chancellor)</td></tr>
-<tr class="version43"><td>gothic  </td><td>Gothic Chess (10x8 board, same with 
better opening setup)</td></tr>
-<tr class="version43"><td>falcon  </td><td>Falcon Chess (10x8 board, with two 
Falcon pieces)</td></tr>
-<tr class="version43"><td>shatranj  </td><td>ancient Arabic Chess, with 
Elephants and General in stead of B and Q</td></tr>
-<tr class="version43"><td>courier  </td><td>Courier Chess (12x8 board, a 
medieval precursor of modern Chess</td></tr>
-<tr class="version43"><td>knightmate  </td><td>King moves as Knight and vice 
versa</td></tr>
-<tr class="version43"><td>berolina</td><td>    Pawns capture straight ahead, 
and move diagonally</td></tr>
-<tr class="version43"><td>janus</td><td>    Janus Chess (10x8, with two 
Archbishops)</td></tr>
-<tr class="version43"><td>caparandom  </td><td>shuffle variant like FRC (10x8 
board)</td></tr>
-<tr class="version43"><td>cylinder  </td><td>Pieces wrap around between side 
edges, like board is a cylinder</td></tr>
-<tr class="version44"><td>super  </td><td>Superchess: a shuffle variant with 4 
fairy pieces on 8x8 board</td></tr>
-<tr class="version44"><td>great  </td><td>Great Shatranj: sliders are replaced 
by corresponding short-range pieces on a 10x8 board</td></tr>
-<tr><td>unknown</td><td>Unknown variant (not supported)</td></tr>
-</table>
-
-</dd>
-
-<dt>quit</dt>
-<dd>The chess engine should immediately exit.  This command is used
-when xboard is itself exiting, and also between games if the -xreuse
-command line option is given (or -xreuse2 for the second engine).
-See also <a href="#7">Signals</a> above.
-</dd>
-
-<dt>random</dt>
-<dd>This command is specific to GNU Chess 4.  You can either ignore it
-completely (that is, treat it as a no-op) or implement it as GNU Chess
-does.  The command toggles "random" mode (that is, it sets random =
-!random).  In random mode, the engine adds a small random value to its
-evaluation function to vary its play.  The "new" command sets random
-mode off.
-</dd>
-
-<dt>force</dt>
-<dd>Set the engine to play neither color ("force mode").  Stop clocks.
-The engine should check that moves received in force mode are legal
-and made in the proper turn, but should not think, ponder, or make
-moves of its own.
-</dd>
-
-<dt>go</dt>
-<dd>Leave force mode and set the engine to play the color that is on
-move.  Associate the engine's clock with the color that is on move,
-the opponent's clock with the color that is not on move.  Start the engine's
-clock.  Start thinking and eventually make a move.
-</dd>
-
-<dt class="version1">playother</dt>
-<dd class="version1">
-(This command is new in protocol version 2.  It is not
-sent unless you enable it with the feature command.)
-Leave force mode and set the engine to play the color that is <i>not</i> on
-move.  Associate the opponent's clock with the color that is on move,
-the engine's clock with the color that is not on move.  Start the opponent's
-clock.  If pondering is enabled, the engine should begin pondering.
-If the engine later receives a move, it should start thinking and eventually
-reply.
-</dd>
-
-<dt>white</dt>
-<dd>
-<p><span class="version1">
-(This command is obsolete as of protocol version 2, but is still
-sent in some situations to accommodate older engines unless you disable it
-with the feature command.)
-</span>
-Set White on move.  Set the engine to play Black.  Stop clocks.
-</p>
-</dd>
-
-<dt>black </dt>
-<dd>
-<span class="version1">
-(This command is obsolete as of protocol version 2, but is still
-sent in some situations to accommodate older engines unless you disable it
-with the feature command.)
-</span>
-Set Black on move.  Set the engine to play White.  Stop clocks.
-</dd>
-
-<dt>level MPS BASE INC</dt>
-<dd>Set time controls.  See the <a href="#11">Time Control</a> section below.
-</dd>
-
-<dt>st TIME</dt>
-<dd>Set time controls.  See the <a href="#11">Time Control</a> section
-below.
-</dd>
-
-<dt>sd DEPTH</dt>
-<dd>
-<p>The engine should limit its thinking to DEPTH ply.
-<span class="version43">The commands "level" or "st" and "sd" can be used 
together in an orthogonal way.
-If both are issued, the engine should observe both limitations:</span>
-In the protocol, the "sd" command isn't a time control.  It doesn't
-say that your engine has unlimited time but must search to exactly the
-given depth.  It says that you should pay attention to the time
-control as normal, but cut off the search at the specified depth even
-if you have time to search deeper.  If you don't have time to search
-to the specified depth, given your normal time management algorithm,
-then you will want to stop sooner than the given depth.
-</p><p>
-The "new" command should set the search depth back to unlimited.  This
-is already stated in the spec.  The "level" command should not affect
-the search depth.  As it happens, xboard/WinBoard currently always
-sends sd (if needed) right after level, but that isn't part of the
-spec.</p>
-</dd>
-
-<dt><span class="version43">nps NODE_RATE</span></dt>
-<dd><span class="version43">The engine should not use wall-clock time to make 
its timing decisions,
-but an own internal time measure based on the number of nodes it has searched
-(and will report as "thinking output", see <a href="#10">section 10</a>),
-converted to seconds through dividing by the given NODE_RATE.
-Example: after receiving the commands "st 8" and "nps 10000",
-the engine should never use more that 80,000 nodes in the search for any move.
-In this mode, the engine should report user CPU time used (in its thinking 
output),
-rather than wall-clock time.
-This even holds if NODE_RATE is given as 0,
-but in that case it should also use the user CPU time for its timing decisions.
-The effect of an "nps" command should persist until the next "new" command.
-</span>
-</dd>
-
-<dt>time N</dt>
-<dd>Set a clock that always belongs to the engine.  N is a number in
-  centiseconds (units of 1/100 second).  Even if the engine changes to
-  playing the opposite color, this clock remains with the engine.
-</dd>
-
-<dt>otim N</dt>
-
-<dd><p>Set a clock that always belongs to the opponent.  N is a number in
-centiseconds (units of 1/100 second).  Even if the opponent changes to
-playing the opposite color, this clock remains with the opponent.
-</p><p>
-If needed for purposes of board display in force mode (where the
-engine is not participating in the game) the time clock should be
-associated with the last color that the engine was set to play, the
-otim clock with the opposite color.
-</p>
-<p>
-<span class="version43">This business of "clocks remaining with the engine" is 
apparently so ambiguous
-that many engines implement it wrong.
-The clocks in fact always remain with the color.
-Which clock reading is relayed with "time", and which by "otim", is determined 
by which side the engine plays.
-Note that the way the clocks operate and receive extra time (in accordance 
with the selected time control)
-is not affected in any way by which moves are made by the engine, which by the 
opponent, and which were forced.
-</span>
-</p>
-<p>
-<span class="version1">
-Beginning in protocol version 2, if you can't handle the time and
-otim commands, you can use the "feature" command to disable them; see
-below.
-</span>
-The following techniques from older protocol versions also
-work: You can ignore the time and otim commands (that is, treat them
-as no-ops), or send back "Error (unknown command): time" the first
-time you see "time".
-</p></dd>
-
-<dt>MOVE</dt>
-<dd>
-<p>See below for the syntax of moves.  If the move is illegal, print
-an error message; see the section "<a href="#9">Commands from the engine to
-xboard</a>".  If the move is legal and in turn, make it.  If not in force
-mode, stop the opponent's clock, start the engine's clock, start
-thinking, and eventually make a move.
-</p><p>
-When xboard sends your engine a move, it normally sends coordinate
-algebraic notation.  Examples:
-</p>
-<table>
-<tr><td>Normal moves:</td><td>e2e4</td></tr>
-<tr><td>Pawn promotion:</td><td>e7e8q</td></tr>
-<tr><td>Castling:</td><td>e1g1, e1c1, e8g8, e8c8</td></tr>
-<tr><td>Bughouse/crazyhouse drop:</td><td>P@h3</td></tr>
-<tr><td>ICS Wild 0/1 castling:</td><td>d1f1, d1b1, d8f8, d8b8</td></tr>
-<tr><td>FischerRandom castling:</td><td>O-O, O-O-O (oh, not zero)</td></tr>
-</table>
-
-<p class="version43">
-Note that on boards with more than 9 ranks, counting of the ranks starts at 0.
-</p>
-<p class="version1">
-Beginning in protocol version 2, you can use the feature command
-to select SAN (standard algebraic notation) instead; for example, e4,
-Nf3, exd5, Bxf7+, Qxf7#, e8=Q, O-O, or P@h3.  Note that the last form,
-P@h3, is a extension to the PGN standard's definition of SAN, which does
-not support bughouse or crazyhouse.
-</p>
-
-<p>
-xboard doesn't reliably detect illegal moves, because it does not keep
-track of castling unavailability due to king or rook moves, or en
-passant availability.  If xboard sends an illegal move, send back an
-error message so that xboard can retract it and inform the user; see
-the section "<a href="#9">Commands from the engine to xboard</a>".
-</p>
-</dd>
-<dt class="version1">usermove MOVE</dt>
-<dd class="version1">
-By default, moves are sent to the engine without a command name;
-the notation is just sent as a line by itself.
-Beginning in protocol version 2, you can use the feature command
-to cause the command name "usermove" to be sent before the move.
-Example: "usermove e2e4".
-</dd>
-
-<dt>?</dt>
-<dd><p>Move now.  If your engine is thinking, it should move immediately;
-  otherwise, the command should be ignored (treated as a no-op).  It
-  is permissible for your engine to always ignore the ? command.  The
-  only bad consequence is that xboard's Move Now menu command will do
-  nothing.
-</p><p>
-It is also permissible for your engine to move immediately if it gets
-any command while thinking, as long as it processes the command right
-after moving, but it's preferable if you don't do this.  For example,
-xboard may send post, nopost, easy, hard, force, quit,
-<span class="version1">
-or other commands
-</span>
-while the engine is on move.
-</p>
-</dd>
-
-<dt class="version1">ping N</dt>
-<dd class="version1">
-<p>In this command, N is a decimal number.  When you receive the command,
-reply by sending the string <strong>pong N</strong>, where N is the
-same number you received.  Important: You must not reply to a "ping"
-command until you have finished executing all commands that you
-received before it.  Pondering does not count; if you receive a ping
-while pondering, you should reply immediately and continue pondering.
-Because of the way xboard uses the ping command, if you implement the
-other commands in this protocol, you should never see a "ping" command
-when it is your move; however, if you do, you must not send the "pong"
-reply to xboard until after you send your move.  For example, xboard
-may send "?" immediately followed by "ping".  If you implement the "?"
-command, you will have moved by the time you see the subsequent ping
-command.  Similarly, xboard may send a sequence like "force", "new",
-"ping".  You must not send the pong response until after you have
-finished executing the "new" command and are ready for the new game to
-start.
-</p>
-<p>
-The ping command is new in protocol version 2 and will not be sent
-unless you enable it with the "feature" command.  Its purpose is to
-allow several race conditions that could occur in previous versions of
-the protocol to be fixed, so it is highly recommended that you
-implement it.  It is especially important in simple engines that do
-not ponder and do not poll for input while thinking, but it is needed in all
-engines.
-</p>
-</dd>
-
-<dt>draw</dt>
-<dd>The engine's opponent offers the engine a draw.  To accept the
-draw, send "offer draw".  To decline, ignore the offer (that is, send
-nothing).  If you're playing on ICS, it's possible for the draw offer
-to have been withdrawn by the time you accept it, so don't assume the
-game is over because you accept a draw offer.  Continue playing until
-xboard tells you the game is over.  See also "offer draw" below.
-</dd>
-
-<dt>result RESULT {COMMENT}</dt>
-<dd>After the end of each game, xboard will send you a result command.
-You can use this command to trigger learning.  RESULT is either 1-0,
-0-1, 1/2-1/2, or *, indicating whether white won, black won, the game
-was a draw, or the game was unfinished.  The COMMENT string is purely
-a human-readable comment; its content is unspecified and subject to
-change.  In ICS mode, it is passed through from ICS uninterpreted.
-Example: <pre>result 1-0 {White mates}</pre>
-<p>
-Here are some notes on interpreting the "result" command.  Some apply
-only to playing on ICS ("Zippy" mode).
-</p>
-
-<p>
-If you won but did not just play a mate, your opponent must have
-resigned or forfeited.  If you lost but were not just mated, you
-probably forfeited on time, or perhaps the operator resigned manually.
-If there was a draw for some nonobvious reason, perhaps your opponent
-called your flag when he had insufficient mating material (or vice
-versa), or perhaps the operator agreed to a draw manually.
-</p>
-
-<p>
-You will get a result command even if you already know the game ended
--- for example, after you just checkmated your opponent.  In fact, if
-you send the "RESULT {COMMENT}" command (discussed below), you will
-simply get the same thing fed back to you with "result" tacked in
-front.  You might not always get a "result *" command, however.  In
-particular, you won't get one in local chess engine mode when the user
-stops playing by selecting Reset, Edit Game, Exit or the like.
-</p>
-</dd>
-
-<dt><span class="version1">setboard FEN</span></dt>
-<dd>
-<p><span class="version1">
-The setboard command is the new way to set up positions, beginning
-in protocol version 2.  It is not used unless it has been selected
-with the feature command.  Here FEN is a position in Forsythe-Edwards
-Notation, as defined in the PGN standard.</span>
-<span class="version43">Note that this PGN standard referred to here
-only applies to normal Chess;
-Obviously in variants that cannot be described by a FEN for normal Chess,
-e.g. because the board is not 8x8, other pieces then PNBRQK participate,
-there are holdings that need to be specified, etc.,
-xboard will use a FEN format that is standard or suitable for that varant.
-In particular, in FRC or CRC, WinBoard will use Shredder-FEN or X-FEN standard,
-i.e. it can use the rook-file indicator letter to represent a castling right
-(like HAha) whenever it wants, but if it uses KQkq, this will always refer
-to the outermost rook on the given side.</span>
-</p>
-
-<p class="version1">
-<em>Illegal positions:</em> Note that either setboard or edit can
-be used to send an illegal position to the engine.  The user can
-create any position with xboard's Edit Position command (even, say,
-an empty board, or a board with 64 white kings and no black ones).
-If your engine receives a position that it considers illegal,
-I suggest that you send the response "tellusererror Illegal position",
-and then respond to any attempted move with "Illegal move" until
-the next new, edit, or setboard command.
-</p>
-</dd>
-
-<dt>edit</dt>
-<dd>
-<p><span class="version1">
-The edit command is the old way to set up positions.  For compatibility
-with old engines, it is still used by default, but new engines may prefer
-to use the feature command (see below) to cause xboard to use setboard instead.
-</span>
-The edit command puts the chess engine into a special mode, where
-it accepts the following subcommands:</p>
-<table>
-<tr><td>c</td><td>change current piece color, initially white</td></tr>
-<tr><td>Pa4 (for example)</td><td>place pawn of current color on a4</td></tr>
-<tr><td>xa4 (for example)</td><td>empty the square a4 (not used by 
xboard)</td></tr>
-<tr><td>#</td><td>clear board</td></tr>
-<tr><td>.</td><td>leave edit mode</td></tr>
-</table>
-<p class="version1">
-See the Idioms section below for additional subcommands used in
-ChessBase's implementation of the protocol.
-</p>
-
-<p>The edit command does not change the side to move.  To set up a
-black-on-move position, xboard uses the following command sequence:
-</p>
-<pre>
-    new
-    force
-    a2a3
-    edit
-    &lt;edit commands&gt;
-    .
-</pre>
-
-<p>
-This sequence is used to avoid the "black" command, which is now
-considered obsolete and which many engines never did implement as
-specified in this document.
-</p>
-
-<p>
-After an edit command is complete, if a king and a rook are on their
-home squares, castling is assumed to be available to them.  En passant
-capture is assumed to be illegal on the current move regardless of the
-positions of the pawns.  The clock for the 50 move rule starts at
-zero, and for purposes of the draw by repetition rule, no prior
-positions are deemed to have occurred.
-<span class="version43">
-In FRC or CRC, any rook and king put on the back rank should be considered to
-have castling rights, even if it later becomes apparent that they cannot be 
both in the
-initial position, because the position just set up is asymmetric.
-It is upto WinBoard to find work-around in cases where this is not desired,
-similar to the "black kludge" shown above, by setting up an earlier position,
-and then do a move to destroy castling rights or create e.p. rights.
-(Don't bet your life on it...)
-</span>
-</p>
-</dd>
-
-<dt>hint</dt>
-<dd>If the user asks for a hint, xboard sends your engine the command
-"hint".  Your engine should respond with "Hint: xxx", where xxx is a
-suggested move.  If there is no move to suggest, you can ignore the
-hint command (that is, treat it as a no-op).
-</dd>
-
-<dt>bk</dt>
-<dd>If the user selects "Book" from the xboard menu, xboard will send
-your engine the command "bk".  You can send any text you like as the
-response, as long as each line begins with a blank space or tab (\t)
-character, and you send an empty line at the end.  The text pops up in
-a modal information dialog.
-</dd>
-
-<dt>undo</dt>
-<dd>If the user asks to back up one move, xboard will send you the
-"undo" command.  xboard will not send this command without putting you
-in "force" mode first, so you don't have to worry about what should
-happen if the user asks to undo a move your engine made.  (GNU Chess 4
-actually switches to playing the opposite color in this case.)
-</dd>
-
-<dt>remove</dt>
-<dd>If the user asks to retract a move, xboard will send you the
-"remove" command.  It sends this command only when the user is on
-move.  Your engine should undo the last two moves (one for each
-player) and continue playing the same color.
-</dd>
-
-<dt>hard</dt>
-<dd>Turn on pondering (thinking on the opponent's time, also known as
-"permanent brain").  xboard will not make any assumption about what
-your default is for pondering or whether "new" affects this setting.
-</dd>
-
-<dt>easy</dt>
-<dd>Turn off pondering.</dd>
-
-<dt>post</dt>
-<dd>Turn on thinking/pondering output.
-See <a href="#10">Thinking Output</a> section.</dd>
-
-<dt>nopost</dt>
-<dd>Turn off thinking/pondering output.</dd>
-
-<dt>analyze</dt>
-<dd>Enter analyze mode.  See <a href="#12">Analyze Mode</a> section.</dd>
-
-<dt>name X </dt>
-<dd>This command informs the engine of its
-opponent's name.  When the engine is playing on a chess server, xboard
-obtains the opponent's name from the server.
-<span class="version1">
-When the engine is
-playing locally against a human user, xboard obtains the user's login
-name from the local operating system.  When the engine is playing
-locally against another engine, xboard uses either the other engine's
-filename or the name that the other engine supplied in the myname
-option to the feature command.  By default, xboard uses the name
-command only when the engine is playing on a chess server.  Beginning
-in protocol version 2, you can change this with the name option to the
-feature command; see below.
-</span>
-</dd>
-
-<dt>rating</dt>
-<dd>In ICS mode, xboard obtains the ICS opponent's rating from the
-"Creating:" message that appears before each game.  (This message may
-not appear on servers using outdated versions of the FICS code.)  In
-Zippy mode, it sends these ratings on to the chess engine using the
-"rating" command.  The chess engine's own rating comes first, and if
-either opponent is not rated, his rating is given as 0.
-<span class="version1">
-In the future this command may also be used in other modes, if ratings
-are known.
-</span>
-Example: <pre>rating 2600 1500</pre>
-</dd>
-
-<dt><span class="version1">ics HOSTNAME</span></dt>
-<dd class="version1">
-If HOSTNAME is "-", the engine is playing against a local
-opponent; otherwise, the engine is playing on an Internet Chess Server
-(ICS) with the given hostname.  This command is new in protocol
-version 2 and is not sent unless the engine has enabled it with
-the "feature" command.  Example: "ics freechess.org"
-</dd>
-
-<dt>computer</dt>
-<dd>The opponent is also a computer chess engine.  Some engines alter
-their playing style when they receive this command.
-</dd>
-
-<dt class="version1">pause</dt>
-<dt class="version1">resume</dt>
-<dd class="version1">(These commands are new in protocol
-version 2 and will not be sent unless feature pause=1 is set.  At
-this writing, xboard actually does not use the commands at all, but it
-or other interfaces may use them in the future.)
-The "pause" command puts the engine into a special state where it
-does not think, ponder, or otherwise consume significant CPU time.
-The current thinking or pondering (if any) is suspended and both
-player's clocks are stopped.  The only command that the interface may
-send to the engine while it is in the paused state is "resume".  The
-paused thinking or pondering (if any) resumes from exactly where it
-left off, and the clock of the player on move resumes running from
-where it stopped.
-</dd>
-
-<dt class="version44">memory N</dt>
-<dd class="version44">
-This command informs the engine on how much memory it is allowed to use 
maximally, in MegaBytes.
-On receipt of this command, the engine should adapt the size of its hash 
tables accordingly.
-This command does only fix the total memory use,
-the engine has to decide for itself
-(or be configured by the user by other means)
-how to divide up the available memory between the various tables it wants to 
use
-(e.g. main hash, pawn hash, tablebase cache, bitbases).
-This command will only be sent to engines that have requested it through the 
memory feature,
-and only at the start of a game,
-as the first of the commands to relay engine option settings just before each 
"new" command.
-</dd>
-
-<dt class="version44">cores N</dt>
-<dd class="version44">
-This command informs the engine on how many CPU cores it is allowed to use 
maximally.
-This could be interpreted as the number of search threads for SMP engines.
-(Threads that do not consume significant amounts of CPU time, like I/O 
threads, need not be included in the count.)
-This command will only be sent to engines that have requested it through the 
smp feature.
-The engine should be able to respond to the "cores" command any time during a 
game,
-but it is allowed to finish a search in progress before procesing the command.
-(Obeying the command should take priority over finishing a ponder search, 
though.)
-In any case it will be sent at the start of every game
-as the last command to relay engine option settings before the "new" command.
-</dd>
-
-<dt class="version44">egtpath TYPE PATH</dt>
-<dd class="version44">
-This command informs the engine in which directory (given by the PATH argument)
-it can find end-game tables of the specified TYPE.
-The TYPE argument can be any character string which does not contain spaces.
-Currently <strong>nalimov</strong> and <strong>scorpio</strong> are defined 
types,
-for Nalimov tablebases and Scorpio bitbases, respectively,
-but future developers of other formats are free to define their own format 
names.
-The GUI simply matches the TYPE names the engine says it supports
-with those that the user supplied when configuring xboard.
-For every match, it sends a separate "y" command.
-The PATH argument would normally (for Nalimov) be the pathname of the 
directory the EGT files are in,
-but could also be the name of a file, or in fact anything the particular EGT 
type requires.
-It is upto the developer of the EGT format to specify the syntax of this 
parameter.
-This command will only be sent to engines that have told the GUI they support 
EGTs of the given TYPE
-through the egt feature.
-It will be sent at the start of each game, before the "new" command.
-</dd>
-
-<dt class="version44">option NAME[=VALUE]</dt>
-<dd class="version44">
-This command changes the setting of the option NAME defined by the engine
-(through an earlier feature command)
-to the given VALUE.
-XBoard will in general have no idea what the option means,
-and will send the command only when a user changes the value of this option 
through a menu,
-or at startup of the engine
-(before the first 'cores' command or, if that is not sent, the first 'new' 
command)
-in reaction to command-line options.
-The NAME echoes back to the engine the string that was identified as an option 
NAME
-in the feature command defining the option.
-The VALUE is of the type (numeric or text or absent) that was implied by the 
option type
-specified in this feature command,
-i.e. with 'spin' and 'check' options VALUE will be a decimal integer (in the 
latter case 0 or 1),
-with 'combo' and 'string' options VALUE will be a text string,
-and with 'button' and 'save' options no VALUE will be sent at all.
-</dd>
-</dl>
-
-<h3>Bughouse commands:</h3>
-
-<p>
-xboard now supports bughouse engines when in Zippy mode.  See
-<a href="http://www.tim-mann.org/xboard/zippy.README";
->zippy.README</a> for information on Zippy mode and how to turn on the
-bughouse support.  The bughouse move format is given above.  xboard
-sends the following additional commands to the engine when in bughouse
-mode.
-Commands to inform your engine of the partner's game state may
-be added in the future.
-</p>
-
-<dl>
-<dt>partner &lt;player&gt;</dt>
-<dd>&lt;player&gt; is now your partner for future games.  Example: 
<pre>partner mann</pre>
-</dd>
-
-<dt>partner</dt>
-<dd>Meaning: You no longer have a partner.
-</dd>
-
-<dt>ptell &lt;text&gt;</dt>
-<dd>Your partner told you &lt;text&gt;, either with a ptell or an ordinary 
tell.
-</dd>
-
-<dt>holding [&lt;white&gt;] [&lt;black&gt;]</dt>
-<dd>White currently holds &lt;white&gt;; black currently holds &lt;black&gt;.
-  Example: <pre>holding [PPPRQ] []</pre></dd>
-
-<dt>holding [&lt;white&gt;] [&lt;black&gt;] &lt;color&gt;&lt;piece&gt;</dt>
-<dd>White currently holds &lt;white&gt;; black currently holds &lt;black&gt;, 
after
-  &lt;color&gt; acquired &lt;piece&gt;.   Example: <pre>holding [PPPRQ] [R] 
BR</pre></dd>
-</dl>
-
-<h2><a name="9">9. Commands from the engine to xboard</a></h2>
-
-<p class="version1">
-In general, an engine should not send any output to xboard that is not
-described in this document.  As the protocol is extended, newer
-versions of xboard may recognize additional strings as commands that
-were previously not assigned a meaning.
-</p>
-
-<dl>
-
-<dt class="version1"> feature FEATURE1=VALUE1 FEATURE2=VALUE2 ... </dt>
-<dd class="version1">
-<p>Beginning with version 2, the protocol includes the "feature"
-command, which lets your engine control certain optional protocol
-features.  Feature settings are written as FEATURE=VALUE, where
-FEATURE is a name from the list below and VALUE is the value to be
-assigned.  Features can take string, integer, or boolean values; the
-type of value is listed for each feature.  String values are written
-in double quotes (for example, <tt>feature myname="Miracle Chess
-0.9"</tt>), integers are written in decimal, and boolean values are
-written as 0 for false, 1 for true.  Any number of features can be set
-in one feature command, or multiple feature commands can be given.</p>
-
-<p>
-Your engine should send one or more feature commands immediately after
-receiving the "protover" command, since xboard needs to know the
-values of some features before sending further commands to the engine.
-Because engines that predate protocol version 2 do not send "feature",
-xboard uses a timeout mechanism: when it first starts your engine, it
-sends "xboard" and "protover N", then listens for feature commands for
-two seconds before sending any other commands.  To end this timeout
-and avoid the wait, set the feature "done=1" at the end of your last
-feature command.  To increase the timeout, if needed, set the feature
-"done=0" before your first feature command and "done=1" at the end.
-If needed, it is okay for your engine to set done=0 soon as it starts,
-even before it receives the xboard and protover commands.  This can be
-useful if your engine takes a long time to initialize itself.  It
-should be harmless even if you are talking to a (version 1) user
-interface that does not understand the "feature" command, since such
-interfaces generally ignore commands from the engine that they do not
-understand.
-</p>
-
-<p>
-The feature command is designed to let the protocol change without
-breaking engines that were written for older protocol versions.  When
-a new feature is added to the protocol, its default value is always
-chosen to be compatible with older versions of the protocol that did
-not have the feature.  Any feature that your engine does not set in a
-"feature" command retains its default value, so as the protocol
-changes, you do not have to change your engine to keep up with it
-unless you want to take advantage of a new feature.  Because some
-features are improvements to the protocol, while others are meant to
-cater to engines that do not implement all the protocol features, the
-recommended setting for a feature is not always the same as the
-default setting.  The listing below gives both default and recommended
-settings for most features.
-</p>
-
-<p>
-You may want to code your engine so as to be able to work with
-multiple versions of the engine protocol.  Protocol version 1 does not
-send the protover command and does not implement the feature command;
-if you send a feature command in protocol version 1, it will have no
-effect and there will be no response.  In protocol version 2 or later,
-each feature F that you set generates the response "accepted F" if the
-feature is implemented, or "rejected F" if it is not.  Thus an engine
-author can request any feature without having to keep track of which
-protocol version it was introduced in; you need only check whether the
-feature is accepted or rejected.  This mechanism also makes it
-possible for a user interface author to implement a subset of a
-protocol version by rejecting some features that are defined in that
-version; however, you should realize that engine authors are likely to
-code for xboard and may not be prepared to have a feature that they
-depend on be rejected.
-<span class="version44">If the GUI rejects an option feature because of the
-syntax of the value, it should print the value string with the
-"rejected" command, e.g. "rejected option nonsense" in response
-to receiving feature option="nonsense".</span>
-</p>
-
-<p>
-Here are the features that are currently defined.
-</p>
-
-<dl>
-<dt class="version1">ping (boolean, default 0, recommended 1)</dt>
-<dd class="version1">
-If ping=1, xboard may use the protocol's new "ping" command;
-if ping=0, xboard will not use the command.
-</dd>
-
-<dt class="version1">setboard (boolean, default 0, recommended 1)</dt>
-<dd class="version1">
-If setboard=1, xboard will use the protocol's new "setboard" command
-to set up positions; if setboard=0, it will use the older "edit" command.
-</dd>
-
-<dt class="version1">playother (boolean, default 0, recommended 1)</dt>
-<dd class="version1">
-If playother=1, xboard will use the protocol's new "playother" command
-when appropriate; if playother=0, it will not use the command.
-</dd>
-
-<dt class="version1">san (boolean, default 0)</dt>
-<dd class="version1">
-If san=1, xboard will send moves to the engine in standard algebraic
-notation (SAN); for example, Nf3.  If san=0, xboard will send moves in
-coordinate notation; for example, g1f3.  See MOVE in
-<a href="#8">section 8</a> above for more details of both kinds of notation.
-</dd>
-
-<dt class="version1">usermove (boolean, default 0)</dt>
-<dd class="version1">
-If usermove=1, xboard will send moves to the engine with the
-command "usermove MOVE"; if usermove=0, xboard will send just the move,
-with no command name.
-</dd>
-
-<dt class="version1">time (boolean, default 1, recommended 1)</dt>
-<dd class="version1">
-If time=1, xboard will send the "time" and "otim" commands to
-update the engine's clocks; if time=0, it will not.
-</dd>
-
-<dt class="version1">draw (boolean, default 1, recommended 1)</dt>
-<dd class="version1">
-If draw=1, xboard will send the "draw" command if the engine's opponent
-offers a draw; if draw=0, xboard will not inform the engine about
-draw offers.  Note that if draw=1, you may receive a draw offer while you
-are on move; if this will cause you to move immediately, you should set
-draw=0.
-</dd>
-
-<dt class="version1">sigint (boolean, default 1)</dt>
-<dd class="version1">
-If sigint=1, xboard may send SIGINT (the interrupt signal) to
-the engine as <a href="#7">section 7</a> above; if sigint=0, it will
-not.
-</dd>
-
-<dt class="version1">sigterm (boolean, default 1)</dt>
-<dd class="version1">
-If sigterm=1, xboard may send SIGTERM (the termination signal) to
-the engine as <a href="#7">section 7</a> above; if sigterm=0, it will
-not.
-</dd>
-
-<dt class="version1">reuse (boolean, default 1, recommended 1) </dt>
-<dd class="version1">
-If reuse=1, xboard may reuse your engine for multiple games.  If
-reuse=0 (or if the user has set the -xreuse option on xboard's command
-line), xboard will kill the engine process after every game and start
-a fresh process for the next game.
-</dd>
-
-<dt class="version1">analyze (boolean, default 1, recommended 1)</dt>
-<dd class="version1">
-If analyze=0, xboard will not try to use the "analyze" command; it
-will pop up an error message if the user asks for analysis mode.  If
-analyze=1, xboard will try to use the command if the user asks for
-analysis mode.
-</dd>
-
-<dt class="version1">myname (string, default determined from engine 
filename)</dt>
-<dd class="version1">
-This feature lets you set the name that xboard will use for your
-engine in window banners, in the PGN tags of saved game files, and when
-sending the "name" command to another engine.
-</dd>
-
-<dt class="version1">variants (string, see text below)</dt>
-<dd><span class="version1">
-This feature indicates which chess variants your engine accepts.
-It should be a comma-separated list of variant names.  See the table
-under the "variant" command in <a href="#8">section 8</a> above.  If
-you do not set this feature, xboard will assume by default that your
-engine supports all variants.  (However, the -zippyVariants
-command-line option still limits which variants will be accepted in
-Zippy mode.)  It is recommended that you set this feature to the
-correct value for your engine (just "normal" in most cases) rather
-than leaving the default in place, so that the user will get an
-appropriate error message if he tries to play a variant that your
-engine does not support.</span>
-<br />
-<span class="version43">If your engine can play variants on a deviating board 
size,
-like capablanca on an 8x8 board, or capablanca crazyhouse,
-it can list them amongst the variants with a prefix spcifying board size plus
-holdings size, like 8x8+0_capablanca or 10x8+7_capablanca.
-If it is capable of playing any variant with an arbitrary board size,
-it should list "boardsize" as one of the variants.
-If there is a maximum to the board size, this can be prefixed,
-e.g. "12x10+0_boardsize".
-</span>
-</dd>
-
-<dt class="version1">colors (boolean, default 1, recommended 0) </dt>
-<dd><span class="version1">
-If colors=1, xboard uses the obsolete "white" and "black"
-commands in a stylized way that works with most older chess engines
-that require the commands.  See the "<a href="#13">Idioms</a>" section
-below for details.  If colors=0, xboard does not use the "white" and
-"black" commands at all.
-</span>
-</dd>
-
-<dt class="version1">ics (boolean, default 0)</dt>
-<dd class="version1">
-If ics=1, xboard will use the protocol's new "ics" command
-to inform the engine of whether or not it is playing on a chess server;
-if ics=0, it will not.
-</dd>
-
-<dt class="version1">name (boolean, see text below)</dt>
-<dd class="version1">
-If name=1, xboard will use the protocol's "name" command
-to inform the engine of the opponent's name; if name=0, it will not.
-By default, name=1 if the engine is playing on a chess server; name=0 if not.
-</dd>
-
-<dt class="version1">pause (boolean, default 0)</dt>
-<dd class="version1">
-If pause=1, xboard may use the protocol's new "pause" command;
-if pause=0, xboard assumes that the engine does not support this command.
-</dd>
-
-<dt class="version43">nps (boolean, default ?)</dt>
-<dd class="version43">
-If nps=1, it means the engine supports the nps command.
-If nps=0, it means the engine does not support it, and WinBoard should refrain 
from sending it.
-Default is that WinBoard sends it, in an attempt to try out if the engine 
understand it.
-The engine should properly respond with "Error (unkown command): nps" if it 
does not implement it,
-(as any protocol version pre-scribes),
-or WinBoard might assume that the engine did understand the command.
-In that case the use of different time standards that ensues could lead to 
time forfeits for the engine.
-</dd>
-
-<dt class="version43">debug (boolean, default 0)</dt>
-<dd class="version43">
-If debug=1, it means the engine wants to send debug output prefixed by '#',
-which WinBoard should ignore, except for including it in the winboard.debug 
file.
-As this feature is added to protocol 2 ony late,
-so that not all protocol-2 supporting versions of WinBoard might implement it,
-it is important that engines check if WinBoard accepts the feature.
-If the feature is rejected,
-engines must refrain from sending the debug output,
-or do so at their own risk.
-</dd>
-
-<dt class="version44">memory (boolean, default 0)</dt>
-<dd class="version44">
-If memory=1, the size of the total amount of memory available for the 
memory-consuming tables of the engine
-(e.g. hash, EGTB cache)
-will be set by the GUI through the "memory" command.
-</dd>
-
-<dt class="version44">smp (boolean, default 0)</dt>
-<dd class="version44">
-If smp=1, the GUI will send the "cores" command to the engine to inform it how 
many CPU cores it can use.
-Note that sending smp=1 does not imply the engine can use more than one CPU;
-just that it wants to receive the "cores" command.
-</dd>
-
-<dt class="version44">egt (string, see text below)</dt>
-<dd class="version44">
-This feature indicates which end-game table formats the engine supports.
-It should be a comma-separated list of format names.
-See under the "egtpath" command in <a href="#8">section 8</a> above.
-If you do not set this feature, xboard will assume the engine does not support 
end-game tables,
-and will not send any "egtpath" commands to inform the engine about their 
whereabouts.
-</dd>
-
-<dt class="version44">option (string, see text below)</dt>
-<dd><span class="version44">
-This feature is used by the engine to define an option command to appear in a 
GUI menu,
-so that the user can change the corresponding setting of the engine through 
the GUI interactively.
-The string describes the option by defining a name, type, current value and 
(sometimes) the acceptable value range.
-Unlike other features, option features are accumulated by the GUI,
-and the GUI must be able to add a new option to the list at any time,
-even after having received feature done=1.
-There are ten different options types, each requiring a slighly different 
syntax of the defining string:
-<br />
-feature option="NAME -button"
-<br />
-feature option="NAME -save"
-<br />
-feature option="NAME -reset"
-<br />
-feature option="NAME -check VALUE"
-<br />
-feature option="NAME -string VALUE"
-<br />
-feature option="NAME -spin VALUE MIN MAX"
-<br />
-feature option="NAME -combo CHOICE1 /// CHOICE2 ..."
-<br />
-feature option="NAME -slider VALUE MIN MAX"
-<br />
-feature option="NAME -file VALUE"
-<br />
-feature option="NAME -path VALUE"
-<br />
-NAME is an arbitrary alphanumeric string which can contain spaces;
-the other words in capitals would be replaced by the current (default) setting 
of the option,
-(a character string for -string options, a decimal number for -spin and -check 
options,
-were the latter uses 1=checked, 0=unchecked),
-the minimum or maximum value of numeric (-spin) options,
-or arbitrary text labels (for -combo option).
-In the latter case, the current value will be preceded by an asterisk.
-The -file and -path options are similar to -string, but can be used to inform 
the GUI that
-the text represents a file name or folder name respectively,
-so the GUI dialog could add the appropriate browse button to the text-edit 
field.
-Similarly, a -slider option is like a -spin, but the GUI might make a different
-graphical representation for it.
-A -save option is like a -button, and defines an immediate command to be sent 
by the engine.
-With -save the GUI will make sure all current option settings are flushed to 
the engine
-before it sends this command.
-A -reset option is like a -button, but use of it purges the list of options 
before sending
-the corresponding option command to the engine.
-This enables the engine to completely redefine its options or their current 
settings,
-by sending a new set of option feature commands to the GUI,
-terminated by feature done=1.
-(The effect of sending an option feature for an option with the same name as 
was defined before,
-without first receiving a -reset option command, is undefined.)
-</span>
-</dd>
-
-<dt class="version1">done (integer, no default)</dt>
-<dd><span class="version1">
-If you set done=1 during the initial two-second timeout after
-xboard sends you the "xboard" command, the
-timeout will end and xboard will not look for any more feature
-commands before starting normal operation.
-If you set done=0, the initial timeout is increased to one hour;
-in this case, you must set done=1 before xboard will enter normal operation.
-</span>
-</dd>
-</dl>
-</dd>
-
-
-<dt>Illegal move: MOVE</dt>
-<dt>Illegal move (REASON): MOVE</dt>
-<dd>If your engine receives a MOVE command that is recognizably a move
-but is not legal in the current position, your engine must print an
-error message in one of the above formats so that xboard can pass the
-error on to the user and retract the move.  The (REASON) is entirely
-optional.  Examples:
-
-<pre>
-  Illegal move: e2e4
-  Illegal move (in check): Nf3
-  Illegal move (moving into check): e1g1
-</pre>
-<p>
-Generally, xboard will never send an ambiguous move, so it does not
-matter whether you respond to such a move with an Illegal move message
-or an Error message.
-</p>
-</dd>
-
-<dt>Error (ERRORTYPE): COMMAND</dt>
-<dd>If your engine receives a command it does not understand or does
-not implement, it should print an error message in the above format so
-that xboard can parse it.  Examples:
-<pre>
-  Error (ambiguous move): Nf3
-  Error (unknown command): analyze
-  Error (command not legal now): undo
-  Error (too many parameters): level 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
-</pre>
-</dd>
-
-<dt>move MOVE</dt>
-<dd>Your engine is making the move MOVE.  Do not echo moves from
-xboard with this command; send only new moves made by the engine.
-
-<div class="version1">
-<p>For the actual move text from your chess engine (in place of MOVE
-above), your move should be either</p>
-<ul>
-<li>in coordinate notation (e.g.,
-e2e4, e7e8q) with castling indicated by the King's two-square move (e.g.,
-e1g1), or</li>
-<li>in Standard Algebraic Notation (SAN) as defined in the
-Portable Game Notation standard (e.g, e4, Nf3, O-O, cxb5, Nxe4, e8=Q),
-with the extension piece@square (e.g., P@f7) to handle piece placement
-in bughouse and crazyhouse.</li>
-</ul>
-<p>
-xboard itself also accepts some variants of SAN, but for compatibility
-with non-xboard interfaces, it is best not to rely on this behavior.
-</p>
-
-<p>Warning: Even though all versions of this protocol specification
-have indicated that xboard accepts SAN moves, some non-xboard
-interfaces are known to accept only coordinate notation.  See the
-Idioms section for more information on the known limitations of some
-non-xboard interfaces.  It should be safe to send SAN moves if you
-receive a "protover 2" (or later) command from the interface, but
-otherwise it is best to stick to coordinate notation for maximum
-compatibility.  An even more conservative approach would be for your
-engine to send SAN to the interface only if you have set feature san=1
-(which causes the interface to send SAN to you) and have received
-"accepted san" in reply.
-</p>
-</div>
-</dd>
-
-<dt>RESULT {COMMENT}</dt>
-<dd>When your engine detects
-that the game has ended by rule, your engine must output a line of the
-form "RESULT {comment}" (without the quotes), where RESULT is a PGN
-result code (1-0, 0-1, or 1/2-1/2), and comment is the reason.  Here
-"by rule" means that the game is definitely over because of what
-happened on the board.  In normal chess, this includes checkmate,
-stalemate, triple repetition, the 50 move rule, or insufficient
-material; it does not include loss on time or the like.
-Examples:
-<pre>
-  0-1 {Black mates}
-  1-0 {White mates}
-  1/2-1/2 {Draw by repetition}
-  1/2-1/2 {Stalemate}
-</pre>
-
-<p>
-xboard relays the result to the user, the ICS, the other engine in Two
-Machines mode, and the PGN save file as required.
-<span class="version43">Note that "definitey over" above means that sending 
this command
-will be taken by WinBoard as an unconditional refusal of the engine to play on,
-which might cause you to forfeit if the game was in fact not over.
-This command should thus not be used to offer draws, accept draws,
-or make draw-by-rule claims that are not yet valid in the current position
-(but will be after you move).
-For offering and claiming such draws, "offer draw" should be used.</span>
-</p>
-
-<p class="version44">
-Note that (in accordance with FIDE rules) only KK, KNK, KBK and KBKB with all 
bishops on the
-same color can be claimed as draws on the basis of insufficient mating 
material.
-The end-games KNNK, KBKN, KNKN and KBKB with unlike bishops do have mate 
positions,
-and cannot be claimed.
-Complex draws based on locked Pawn chains will not be recognized as draws by 
most interfaces,
-so do not claim in such positions, but just offer a draw or play on.
-</p>
-
-<p class="version44">
-Note to GUI programmers: RESULT commands that the engine sends immediately 
after its move
-might be detected by the GUI only after the opponent has moved, because of 
communication
-and scheduling delays, no matter how fast the engine sent it.
-Any judgement of the validity of RESULT claims based on te "current" board 
position
-will have to account for this uncertainty.
-</p>
-</dd>
-
-<dt>resign</dt>
-<dd>If your engine wants to resign, it can send the command "resign".
-Alternatively, it can use the "RESULT {comment}" command if the string
-"resign" is included in the comment; for example "0-1 {White
-resigns}".  xboard relays the resignation to the user, the ICS, the
-other engine in Two Machines mode, and the PGN save file as required.
-<span class="version44">Note that many interfaces work more smoothly if you 
resign <em>before</em>
-you move.</span>
-</dd>
-
-<dt>offer draw</dt>
-<dd>If your engine wants to offer a draw by agreement (as opposed to
-claiming a draw by rule), it can send the command "offer draw".
-xboard relays the offer to the user, the ICS, the other engine in Two
-Machines mode, and the PGN save file as required.  In Machine White,
-Machine Black, or Two Machines mode, the offer is considered valid
-until your engine has made two more moves.
-<span class="version43">This command must also be used to accept a draw offer.
-Do not use the 1/2-1/2 command for that, as the offer might be no longer valid,
-in which case a refusal to play on implied by the RESULT command might make 
you forfeit the game.
-"offer draw" should also be used to claim 50-move and 3-fold-repetition draws
-that will occur <em>after</em> your move, by sending it <em>before</em> making 
the move.
-WinBoard will grant draw offers without the opponent having any say in
-it in situations where draws can be claimed.
-Only if the draw cannot be claimed, the offer will be passed to your opponent 
after you make your next move,
-just before WinBoard relays this move to the opponent.
-</span>
-</dd>
-
-<dt class="version1">tellopponent MESSAGE</dt>
-<dd class="version1">
-This command lets the engine give a message to its opponent,
-independent of whether the opponent is a user on the local machine or
-a remote ICS user (Zippy mode).  MESSAGE consists of any characters,
-including whitespace, to the end of the line.  When the engine is
-playing against a user on the local machine, xboard pops up an
-information dialog containing the message.  When the engine is playing
-against an opponent on the ICS (Zippy mode), xboard sends "say
-MESSAGE\n" to the ICS.
-</dd>
-
-<dt class="version1">tellothers MESSAGE </dt>
-<dd class="version1">This command lets the engine give a message to people 
watching the
-game other than the engine's opponent.  MESSAGE consists of any
-characters, including whitespace, to the end of the line.  When the
-engine is playing against a user on the local machine, this command
-does nothing.  When the engine is playing against an opponent on the
-ICS (Zippy mode), xboard sends "whisper MESSAGE\n" to the ICS.
-</dd>
-
-<dt class="version1">tellall MESSAGE</dt>
-<dd class="version1">This command lets the engine give a message to its 
opponent and
-other people watching the game,
-independent of whether the opponent is a user on the local machine or
-a remote ICS user (Zippy mode).  MESSAGE consists of any characters,
-including whitespace, to the end of the line.  When the engine is
-playing against a user on the local machine, xboard pops up an
-information dialog containing the message.  When the engine is playing
-against an opponent on the ICS (Zippy mode), xboard sends "kibitz
-MESSAGE\n" to the ICS.
-</dd>
-
-<dt>telluser MESSAGE</dt>
-<dd>xboard pops up an information dialog containing the message.
-MESSAGE consists of any characters, including whitespace, to the end
-of the line.
-</dd>
-
-<dt>tellusererror MESSAGE</dt>
-<dd>xboard pops up an error dialog containing the message.
-MESSAGE consists of any characters, including whitespace, to the end
-of the line.
-</dd>
-
-<dt>askuser REPTAG MESSAGE</dt>
-<dd>Here REPTAG is a string containing no whitespace, and MESSAGE
-consists of any characters, including whitespace, to the end of the
-line.  xboard pops up a question dialog that says MESSAGE and
-has a typein box.  If the user types in "bar", xboard sends "REPTAG
-bar" to the engine.  The user can cancel the dialog and send nothing.
-</dd>
-
-<dt>tellics MESSAGE</dt>
-<dd>In Zippy mode, xboard sends "MESSAGE\n" to ICS.  MESSAGE consists
-of any characters, including whitespace, to the end of the line.
-</dd>
-
-<dt class="version1">tellicsnoalias MESSAGE</dt>
-<dd class="version1">
-In Zippy mode, xboard sends "xMESSAGE\n" to ICS, where "x" is a
-character that prevents the ICS from expanding command aliases, if
-xboard knows of such a character.  (On chessclub.com and chess.net,
-"/" is used; on freechess.org, "$" is used.)  MESSAGE consists of any
-characters, including whitespace, to the end of the line.
-</dd>
-
-<dt class="version43"># COMMENT</dt>
-<dd class="version43">
-The engine can send any string of printable characters, terminated by a 
newline,
-for inclusion in the winboard.debug file, provided the line starts with a '#' 
character.
-If the engine has set feature debug=1,
-it is guaranteed that WinBoard (and any future version of it) will completely 
ignore
-these lines in any other respect.
-</dd>
-</dl>
-
-<h2><a name="10">10. Thinking Output</a></h2>
-
-<p>
-If the user asks your engine to "show thinking", xboard sends your
-engine the "post" command.  It sends "nopost" to turn thinking off.
-In post mode, your engine sends output lines to show the progress of
-its thinking.  The engine can send as many or few of these lines as it
-wants to, whenever it wants to.  Typically they would be sent when the
-PV (principal variation) changes or the depth changes.  The thinking
-output should be in the following format:
-</p>
-
-<pre>ply score time nodes pv</pre>
-
-<p>Where:</p>
-<table>
-<tr><td>ply</td><td>Integer giving current search depth.</td></tr>
-<tr><td>score</td><td>Integer giving current evaluation in 
centipawns.</td></tr>
-<tr><td>time</td><td>Current search time in centiseconds (ex:1028 = 10.28 
seconds).</td></tr>
-<tr><td>nodes</td><td>Nodes searched.</td></tr>
-<tr><td>pv</td><td>Freeform text giving current "best" line.
-You can continue the pv onto another line if you start each
-continuation line with at least four space characters.</td></tr>
-</table>
-
-<p>
-Example:
-</p>
-
-<pre>  9 156 1084 48000 Nf3 Nc6 Nc3 Nf6</pre>
-
-<p>
-Meaning:
-</p>
-
-<pre>
-9 ply, score=1.56, time = 10.84 seconds, nodes=48000, PV = "Nf3 Nc6 Nc3 Nf6"
-</pre>
-
-<p>
-Longer example from actual Crafty output:
-</p>
-
-<pre>
-  4    109      14   1435  1. e4 d5 2. Qf3 dxe4 3. Qxe4 Nc6
-  4    116      23   2252  1. Nf3 Nc6 2. e4 e6
-  4    116      27   2589  1. Nf3 Nc6 2. e4 e6
-  5    141      44   4539  1. Nf3 Nc6 2. O-O e5 3. e4
-  5    141      54   5568  1. Nf3 Nc6 2. O-O e5 3. e4
-</pre>
-
-<p>
-You can use the PV to show other things; for instance, while in book,
-Crafty shows the observed frequency of different reply moves in its
-book.  In situations like this where your engine is not really
-searching, start the PV with a '(' character:
-</p>
-
-<pre>
-  0      0       0      0  (e4 64%, d4 24%)
-</pre>
-
-<p>
-GNU Chess output is very slightly different.  The ply number is
-followed by an extra nonblank character, and the time is in seconds,
-not hundredths of seconds.  For compatibility, xboard accepts the
-extra character and takes it as a flag indicating the different time
-units.  Example:
-</p>
-
-<pre>
- 2.     14    0       38   d1d2  e8e7
- 3+     78    0       65   d1d2  e8e7  d2d3
- 3&amp;     14    0       89   d1d2  e8e7  d2d3
- 3&amp;     76    0      191   d1e2  e8e7  e2e3
- 3.     76    0      215   d1e2  e8e7  e2e3
- 4&amp;     15    0      366   d1e2  e8e7  e2e3  e7e6
- 4.     15    0      515   d1e2  e8e7  e2e3  e7e6
- 5+     74    0      702   d1e2  f7f5  e2e3  e8e7  e3f4
- 5&amp;     71    0     1085   d1e2  e8e7  e2e3  e7e6  e3f4
- 5.     71    0     1669   d1e2  e8e7  e2e3  e7e6  e3f4
- 6&amp;     48    0     3035   d1e2  e8e7  e2e3  e7e6  e3e4  f7f5  e4d4
- 6.     48    0     3720   d1e2  e8e7  e2e3  e7e6  e3e4  f7f5  e4d4
- 7&amp;     48    0     6381   d1e2  e8e7  e2e3  e7e6  e3e4  f7f5  e4d4
- 7.     48    0    10056   d1e2  e8e7  e2e3  e7e6  e3e4  f7f5  e4d4
- 8&amp;     66    1    20536   d1e2  e8e7  e2e3  e7e6  e3d4  g7g5  a2a4  f7f5
- 8.     66    1    24387   d1e2  e8e7  e2e3  e7e6  e3d4  g7g5  a2a4  f7f5
- 9&amp;     62    2    38886   d1e2  e8e7  e2e3  e7e6  e3d4  h7h5  a2a4  h5h4
-                           d4e4
- 9.     62    4    72578   d1e2  e8e7  e2e3  e7e6  e3d4  h7h5  a2a4  h5h4
-                           d4e4
-10&amp;     34    7   135944   d1e2  e8e7  e2e3  e7e6  e3d4  h7h5  c2c4  h5h4
-                           d4e4  f7f5  e4f4
-10.     34    9   173474   d1e2  e8e7  e2e3  e7e6  e3d4  h7h5  c2c4  h5h4
-                           d4e4  f7f5  e4f4
-</pre>
-
-<p>If your engine is pondering (thinking on its opponent's time) in post
-mode, it can show its thinking then too.  In this case your engine may
-omit the hint move (the move it is assuming its opponent will make)
-from the thinking lines <em>if and only if</em> it sends xboard the move in
-the usual "Hint: xxx" format before sending the first line.
-</p>
-
-<h2><a name="11">11. Time control</a></h2>
-
-<p>
-xboard supports three styles of time control: conventional chess clocks,
-the ICS-style incremental clock, and an exact number of seconds per move.
-</p>
-
-<p>In conventional clock mode, every time control period is the same.
-That is, if the time control is 40 moves in 5 minutes, then after each
-side has made 40 moves, they each get an additional 5 minutes, and so
-on, ad infinitum.  At some future time it would be nice to support a
-series of distinct time controls.  This is very low on my personal
-priority list, but code donations to the xboard project are accepted,
-so feel free to take a swing at it.  I suggest you talk to me first,
-though.
-</p>
-
-<p>
-The command to set a conventional time control looks like this:
-</p>
-
-<pre>
-  level 40 5 0
-  level 40 0:30 0
-</pre>
-
-<p>
-The 40 means that there are 40 moves per time control.  The 5 means
-there are 5 minutes in the control.  In the second example, the 0:30
-means there are 30 seconds.  The final 0 means that we are in
-conventional clock mode.
-</p>
-
-<p class="version43">
-Note that the time parameter in this command is not a pure numeric argument,
-but in general is a character string, in order to pass the number of seconds.
-Engines are encouraged to ignore any unexpected characters at the end of this 
string,
-i.e. following the MIN or MIN:SEC specification.
-Future protocol versions might (under control of an appropriate feature)
-append such extra characters to this argument,
-in order to inform the engine in advance of the time control it can expect 
after the current session completes.
-E.g. "level 40 25+5 0" could mean that the engine has to play 40 moves in 25 
minutes,
-but should expect to get only 5 minutes for the entire remainder of the game 
after that,
-rather than another 25 minutes for the next 40 moves.
-When the time comes, (i.e. after the 40 moves),
-it will be informed of the time-control change by receiving a new "level 0 5 
0" command,
-but engines with advanced time management might want to plan for this in 
advance.
-</p>
-
-<p>
-The command to set an incremental time control looks like this:
-</p>
-
-<pre>
-  level 0 2 12
-</pre>
-
-<p>
-Here the 0 means "play the whole game in this time control period",
-the 2 means "base=2 minutes", and the 12 means "inc=12 seconds".  As
-in conventional clock mode, the second argument to level can be in
-minutes and seconds.
-</p>
-
-<p>
-At the start of the game, each player's clock is set to base minutes.
-Immediately after a player makes a move, inc seconds are added to his
-clock.  A player's clock counts down while it is his turn.  Your flag
-can be called whenever your clock is zero or negative.  (Your clock
-can go negative and then become positive again because of the
-increment.)
-</p>
-
-<p class="version44">
-The number of moves given in the level command (when non-zero) should
-be taken as the number of moves still to do before the specified time
-will be added to the clock, if the "level" command is received after
-some moves have already been played.
-The time given should be interpreted as the time left on its clock
-(including any time left over from the previous sessions),
-and not necessarily the time that will be added to the clock
-after the specified number of moves has been played.
-This is only relevant in WinBoard 4.3.xx, which might send the engine
-"level" commands during a game,
-just before the engine has to start thinking about the first move of
-a new time-control session.
-Example: if at the start of the game "level 40 60 0" was given
-(40 moves per hour),
-and the engine receives "level 20 22 0" just before move 41,
-it should understand that it should do the next 20 moves in 22 minutes
-(pehaps because the secondary session was 20 moves per 15 minutes,
-and it had 7 minutes left on its clock after the first 40 moves).
-</p>
-
-<p>
-A special rule on some ICS implementations: if you ask for a game with
-base=0, the clocks really start at 10 seconds instead of 0.  xboard
-itself does not know about this rule, so it passes the 0 on to the
-engine instead of changing it to 0:10.
-</p>
-
-<p>
-ICS also has time odds games.  With time odds, each player has his own
-(base, inc) pair, but otherwise things work the same as in normal
-games.  The Zippy xboard accepts time odds games but ignores the fact
-that the opponent's parameters are different; this is perhaps not
-quite the right thing to do, but gnuchess doesn't understand time
-odds.  Time odds games are always unrated.
-</p>
-
-<p>
-The command to set an exact number of seconds per move looks like this:
-</p>
-
-<pre>
-  st 30
-</pre>
-
-<p>
-This means that each move must be made in at most 30 seconds.  Time not used
-on one move does not accumulate for use on later moves.
-</p>
-
-<h2><a name="12">12. Analyze Mode</a></h2>
-
-<p>xboard supports analyzing fresh games, edited positions, and games
-from files.  However, all of these look the same from the chess
-engine's perspective. Basically, the engine just has to respond to the
-"analyze" command.
-<span class="version1">
-Beginning in protocol version 2,
-if your engine does not support analyze mode, it should use
-the feature command to set analyze=0.
-</span>
-The older method of
-printing the error message "Error (unknown command): analyze" in
-response to the "analyze" command will also work, however.
-</p>
-
-<p>
-To enter analyze mode, xboard sends the command sequence "post", "analyze".
-Analyze mode in your engine should be
-similar to force mode, except that your engine thinks about what move
-it would make next if it were on move.  Your engine should accept the
-following commands while in analyze mode:
-</p>
-
-<ul>
-<li>Any legal move, as in force mode</li>
-<li><strong>undo</strong>&nbsp;&nbsp; Back up one move and analyze previous 
position.</li>
-<li><strong>new</strong>&nbsp;&nbsp; Reset position to start of game but stay 
in analyze mode.</li>
-<li><span class="version1"><strong>setboard</strong> if you have set feature 
setboard=1; otherwise <strong>edit</strong>.  Exiting edit mode returns to 
analyze mode.</span></li>
-<li><strong>exit</strong>&nbsp;&nbsp; Leave analyze mode.</li>
-<li><strong>.</strong>&nbsp;&nbsp; Send a search status update (optional); see 
below.</li>
-<li><span class="version1">
-<strong>bk</strong>&nbsp;&nbsp; Show book moves from this position,
-if any; see above.</span></li>
-<li><span class="version1">
-<strong>hint</strong>&nbsp;&nbsp; Show the predicted move from this
-position, if any; see above.</span></li>
-</ul>
-
-<p>
-If the user selects "Periodic Updates", xboard will send the string
-".\n" to the chess engine periodically during analyze mode, unless the
-last PV received began with a '(' character.
-</p>
-
-<p>
-The chess engine should respond to ".\n" with a line like this:
-</p>
-
-<pre>
-stat01: time nodes ply mvleft mvtot <span class="version1">mvname</span>
-</pre>
-
-<p>Where:</p>
-<table>
-<tr><td>time</td><td>Elapsed search time in centiseconds (ie: 567 = 5.67 
seconds).</td></tr>
-<tr><td>nodes</td><td>Nodes searched so far.</td></tr>
-<tr><td>ply</td><td>Search depth so far.</td></tr>
-<tr><td>mvleft</td><td>Number of moves left to consider at this 
depth.</td></tr>
-<tr><td>mvtot</td><td>Total number of moves to consider.</td></tr>
-<tr class="version1"><td>mvname</td><td>Move currently being considered (SAN 
or coordinate notation).  Optional;
-added in protocol version 2.</td></tr>
-</table>
-
-<p>
-Examples:
-</p>
-<pre>
-  stat01: 1234 30000 7 5 30
-  stat01: 1234 30000 7 5 30 Nf3
-</pre>
-
-<p>
-Meaning:
-</p>
-
-<p>After 12.34 seconds, I've searched 7 ply/30000 nodes, there are a
-  total of 30 legal moves, and I have 5 more moves to search
-  before going to depth 8.  In the second example, of the 30 legal
-  moves, the one I am currently searching is Nf3.</p>
-
-<p>
-Implementation of the "." command is optional. If the engine does not
-respond to the "." command with a "stat01..." line, xboard will stop
-sending "."  commands.  If the engine does not implement this command,
-the analysis window will use a shortened format to display the engine
-info.
-</p>
-
-<p>
-To give the user some extra information, the chess engine can output
-the strings "++\n" and "--\n", to indicate that the current search is
-failing high or low, respectively.  You don't have to send anything
-else to say "Okay, I'm not failing high/low anymore."  xboard will
-figure this out itself.
-</p>
-
-<h2><a name="13">13. Idioms and backward compatibility features</a></h2>
-
-<p>
-Some engines have variant interpretations of the force/go/white/black,
-time/otim, and hard/easy command sets.
-In order to accommodate these older engines, xboard uses these commands
-only according to the stylized patterns ("idioms") given in this section.
-The obsolete white and black commands
-have historically been particularly troublesome, and it is recommended
-that new engines set the feature colors=0 and/or ignore the commands.
-</p>
-
-<dl>
-
-<dt>time N</dt>
-<dt>otim N</dt>
-<dt>MOVE</dt>
-<dd>Sent when the opponent makes a move and the engine is already
-playing the opposite color.
-</dd>
-<dt>white</dt>
-<dt>go</dt>
-<dd>Sent when the engine is in force mode or playing Black but should
-switch to playing White.  This sequence is sent only when White is
-already on move.
-<span class="version1">
-If you set the feature colors=0, "white" is not sent.
-</span>
-</dd>
-
-<dt>black</dt>
-<dt>go</dt>
-<dd>Sent when the engine is in force mode or playing White but should
-switch to playing Black.  This sequence is sent only when Black is
-already on move.
-<span class="version1">
-If you set the feature colors=0, "black" is not sent.
-</span>
-</dd>
-
-<dt>white</dt>
-<dt>time N</dt>
-<dt>otim N</dt>
-<dt>black</dt>
-<dt>go</dt>
-<dd>Sent when Black is on move, the engine is in force mode or playing
-White, and the engine's clock needs to be updated before it starts
-playing.
-The initial "white" is a kludge to accommodate GNU Chess
-4's variant interpretation of these commands.
-<span class="version1">
-If you set the feature colors=0, "white" and "black" are not sent.
-</span>
-</dd>
-
-<dt>black</dt>
-<dt>time N</dt>
-<dt>otim N</dt>
-<dt>white</dt>
-<dt>go</dt>
-<dd>Sent when White is on move, the engine is in force mode or playing
-Black, and the engine's clock needs to be updated before it starts
-playing.  See previous idiom.
-The initial "black" is a kludge to accommodate GNU Chess
-4's variant interpretation of these commands.
-<span class="version1">
-If you set the feature colors=0, "black" and "white" are not sent.
-</span>
-</dd>
-
-<dt>hard</dt>
-<dt>easy</dt>
-<dd>Sent in sequence to turn off pondering if xboard is not sure
-whether it is on.  When xboard is sure, it will send "hard" or "easy"
-alone.  xboard does this because "easy" is a toggle in GNU Chess 4 but
-"hard" is an absolute on.
-</dd>
-</dl>
-
-<p>
-To support older engines, certain additional commands from the engine
-to xboard are also recognized.  (These are commands by themselves, not
-values to be placed in the comment field of the PGN result code.)
-These forms are not recommended for new engines; use the PGN result
-code commands or the resign command instead.
-</p>
-
-<table>
-<tr><th>Command</th>              <th>Interpreted as</th></tr>
-<tr><td>White resigns        </td><td>0-1 {White resigns}</td></tr>
-<tr><td>Black resigns        </td><td>1-0 {Black resigns}</td></tr>
-<tr><td>White                </td><td>1-0 {White mates}</td></tr>
-<tr><td>Black                </td><td>0-1 {Black mates}</td></tr>
-<tr><td>Draw                 </td><td>1/2-1/2 {Draw}</td></tr>
-<tr><td>computer mates       </td><td>1-0 {White mates} or 0-1 {Black 
mates}</td></tr>
-<tr><td>opponent mates       </td><td>1-0 {White mates} or 0-1 {Black 
mates}</td></tr>
-<tr><td>computer resigns     </td><td>0-1 {White resigns} or 1-0 {Black 
resigns}</td></tr>
-<tr><td>game is a draw       </td><td>1/2-1/2 {Draw}</td></tr>
-<tr><td>checkmate            </td><td>1-0 {White mates} or 0-1 {Black 
mates}</td></tr>
-</table>
-
-<p>
-Commands in the above table are recognized if they begin a line and
-arbitrary characters follow, so (for example) "White mates" will be
-recognized as "White", and "game is a draw by the 50 move rule" will
-be recognized as "game is a draw".  All the commands are
-case-sensitive.
-</p>
-
-<p>
-An alternative move syntax is also recognized:
-</p>
-
-<table>
-<tr><th>Command              </th><th>Interpreted as</th></tr>
-<tr><td>NUMBER ... MOVE      </td><td>move MOVE</td></tr>
-</table>
-
-<p>
-Here NUMBER means any string of decimal digits, optionally ending in a
-period.  MOVE is any string containing no whitespace.  In this command
-format, xboard requires the "..." even if your engine is playing
-White.  A command of the form NUMBER MOVE will be ignored.  This odd
-treatment of the commands is needed for compatibility with gnuchessx.
-The original reasons for it are lost in the mists of time, but I
-suspect it was originally a bug in the earliest versions of xboard,
-before I started working on it, which someone "fixed" in the wrong
-way, by creating a special version of gnuchess (gnuchessx) instead of
-changing xboard.
-</p>
-
-<p>
-Any line that contains the words "offer" and "draw" is recognized as
-"offer draw".
-</p>
-
-<p>
-The "Illegal move" message is recognized even if spelled "illegal
-move" and even if the colon (":") is omitted.  This accommodates GNU
-Chess 4, which prints messages like "Illegal move (no matching
-move)e2e4", and old versions of Crafty, which print just "illegal move".
-</p>
-
-<p>
-In Zippy mode, for compatibility with older versions of Crafty,
-xboard passes through to ICS any line that begins "kibitz", "whisper",
-"tell", or "draw".  Do not use this feature in new code.  Instead, use the
-commands "tellall", "tellothers", "tellopponent", "tellics" (if needed),
-"1/2-1/2 {COMMENT}", or "offer draw", as appropriate.
-</p>
-
-<p class="version1">
-If the engine responds to the "sd DEPTH" command with an error message
-indicating the command is not supported (such as "Illegal move: sd"),
-xboard sets an internal flag and subsequently uses the command
-"depth\nDEPTH" instead, for the benefit of GNU Chess 4.  Note the
-newline in the middle of this command!  New engines should not rely on
-this feature.
-</p>
-
-<p class="version1">
-If the engine responds to the "st TIME" command with an error message
-indicating the command is not supported (such as "Illegal move: st"),
-xboard sets an internal flag and subsequently uses the command "level
-1 TIME" instead, for the benefit of GNU Chess 4.  Note that this is
-not a standard use of the level command, as TIME seconds are not added
-after each player makes 1 move; rather, each move is made in at most
-TIME seconds.  New engines should not implement or rely on this
-feature.
-</p>
-
-<div class="version1">
-<p>
-In support of the -firstHost/-secondHost features, which allow a chess
-engine to be run on another machine using the rsh protocol, xboard recognizes
-error messages that are likely to come from rsh as fatal errors.  The following
-messages are currently recognized:
-</p>
-
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-<li>unknown host</li>
-<li>No remote directory</li>
-<li>not found</li>
-<li>No such file</li>
-<li>can't alloc</li>
-<li>Permission denied</li>
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-</div>
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-<strong>castle</strong> and <strong>ep</strong>.  If you want your
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-implement these additional commands, and you should also be aware of
-the peculiar way that ChessBase uses the protocol.  See their <a
-href="http://www.chessbase.com/Products/engines/winboard/tech.htm";
->web page</a> for documentation.
-</p>
-
-<p class="version1">
-ChessMaster 8000 also implements version 1 of the xboard/winboard
-protocol and can use WinBoard-compatible engines.  The original
-release of CM8000 also has one additional restriction: only pure
-coordinate notation (e.g., e2e4) is accepted in the move command.  A
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-<h2>자유 소프트웨어 운동란 무엇인가?</h2>
-
-<p>자유 소프트웨어 운동은 사용자가 자유 소프트웨어를 
이용하여 자유롭게 컴퓨터를 사용할 수 있도록 하는 것이 
목적입니다. 자유 소프트웨를
-사용하면, 사용자 스스로가 컴퓨터를 사용하는 환경을 
구성할 수 있습니다. 비-자유 소프트웨어는 소프트웨어 
개발자에 의존해야 합니다. <a
-href="https://www.fsf.org/blogs/rms/20140407-geneva-tedx-talk-free-software-free-society";>동영상으로
-제작된 설명</a> 참고 하세요.</p>
-
-<h2>자유 소프트웨어란 무엇인가?</h2>
-
-<p><strong>자유 소프트웨어는 사용자가 소프트웨어를 
실행하고, 복제하고, 배포하고, 학습하고, 개작하고, 
향상시킬 수 있는 소프트웨어
-입니다.</strong></p>
-
-<p>&ldquo;<a href="/philosophy/free-sw.ko.html">자유 
소프트웨어</a>&rdquo;는 자유에 대한 것이지
-가격에 대한 것이 아닙니다. 이러한 개념을 이해하려면 
&ldquo;자유(무료) 맥주, free beer&rdquo;가 아닌
-&ldquo;언론의 자유, free speech&rdquo;를 생각해 볼 수 
있습니다.</p>
-
-<p>좀 더 정확히 이야기하면, 자유 소프트웨어는 <a 
href="/philosophy/free-sw.html">4가지 중요한 자유</a>를
-가진 소프트웨어를 의미합니다. :</p>
-
-<ul>
-<li>(첫번째 자유) 프로그램을 원하 어떠한 목적으로도 
실행할 수 있는 자유. </li>
-<li>(두번째 자유) 프로그램이 어떻게 동작하는지 학습하고, 
자신의 필요에 맞게 개작할 수 있는 자유. 이것을 위해서는 
소스 코드에 대한
-접근이 전제되어야 합니다.</li>
-<li>(세번째 자유) 이웃을 도울 수 있도록 복제물을 재배포할
 수 있는 자유.</li>
-<li>(네번째 자유) 프로그램을 개선시킬 수 있는 자유와 개선
된 이점을 공동체 전체가 누릴 수 있게 그것을 발표할 자유. 
이를 위해서는 역시
-소스 코드에 대한 접근이 전제되어야 합니다.</li>
-</ul>
-
-<p>기술과 네트워크의 발전으로 인해, 1983년 보다 <a
-href="/philosophy/free-software-even-more-important.html">현재의 자유가 
더 중요</a>하게
-되었습니다.</p>
-
-<p>현재 자유 소프트웨어 운동은 단순히 GNU 시스템의 개발 
그 이상을 향하고 있습니다. 어떤 일이 진행되고 있는지를 
확인 하시려면, <a
-href="https://fsf.org";>자유 소프트웨어 재단의 웹 사이트</a>와 
어떤 <a href="/help">도움을 줄 수 있는
-지</a>에 대해 확인해 보십시오.</p>
-
-<h2>GNU에 대한 더 많은 이야기</h2>
-
-<p><a id="More-GNU">GNU</a>는  유닉스 형태의 운영체제입니다. 유
닉스 형태의 운영체제란, 애플리케이션, 라이브러리,
-개발도구, 게임들을 포함한 수 많은 프로그램들의 모음을 
말합니다.1984년 1월에 GNU는 GNU 프로젝트라는 이름으로 
개발이 시작
-외었습니다. GNU 프로젝트의 원조로 GNU의 수 많은 
프로그램들이 발표 되었씁니다. 이를 <a href="/software/">GNU
-패키지</a>라고 합니다.</p>
-
-<p> &ldquo;GNU&rdquo;라는 이름은 &ldquo;GNU's Not Unix!&rdquo;라는 
재귀적 문장의 두문자어인데, <a
-href="/pronunciation/pronunciation.html">&lsquo;<strong>그누</strong>&rsquo;라ê³
 
-한 음절로 발음합니다.</a> "grew"라는 단어의 철 중 
<em>r</em>대신 <em>n</em>을 넣어 발음한 것과 비슷합니다.</p>
-
-<p>유닉스와 유사한 시스템에서 하드웨어와 통신하고 
자원을 관리하는 프로그램을 커널이라고 합니다. GNU는 보통 
리눅스라는 커널을
-사용합니다. 이 조합을 <a 
href="/gnu/linux-and-gnu.html"><strong>GNU/리눅스
-운영체제</strong></a>라고 부릅니다. 많은 사람들이 <a 
href="/gnu/gnu-linux-faq.html">"리눅스"라고
-잘못 부르고 있지만</a>, 올바른 이름인 GNU/리눅스는 
수백만의 사람들이 사용하고 있습니다.</p>
-
-<p>GNU에서 제작한 커널인, <a 
href="/software/hurd/hurd.html">허드</a>는 리눅스가 시작되기 전인 
1990년
-부터 개발되었습니다. 허드는 재미있는 기술 프로ì 
íŠ¸ì´ë¯€ë¡œ 자원자들로 꾸준히 개발될 것입니다. </p>
-
-<p class="back"><a href="/server/takeaction.html">더 많은 정 보기</a></p>
-
-</div>
-
-<!-- /first-column -->
-<div class="second-column">
-
-<div class="c"><p class="button large">ë³´<a 
href="/distros/free-distros.html">지금 GNU/Linux! 내려받기</a></p></div>
-
-<div class="emph-box">
-
-<h4 id="Flashes"><a href="http://planet.gnu.org/";>Planet GNU</a> <a
-href="http://planet.gnu.org/rss20.xml";><img src="/feed-icon-10x10.png" 
alt="RSS 피드" /></a></h4>
-
-<!--#include virtual="/planetfeeds.ko.html" -->
-<p>위의 내용은 Planet GNU 블로그에서 자동으로 피드된 것입
니다. 보다 많은 소식을 알고 싶다면 <a
-href="http://planet.gnu.org/";>Planet GNU</a> 사이트를 방문해 
주세요.</p>
-
-<div id="software">
-<p><strong>Today's random package is&hellip;</strong></p>
-
-<!--#include virtual="/server/home-pkgselect.html" -->
-<!--#include virtual="/server/home-pkgblurbs.ko.html" -->
-<p class="back"><small><a href="/manual/blurbs.html">모든 GNU 패키지에 
대한 간단한 설명.</a></small></p>
-</div>
-<!-- id="software" -->
-</div>
-
-<!-- class="emph-box" -->
-<div id="Action">
-
-<!-- BEGIN TakeAction -->
-<h2>지금 행동합시다!</h2>
-
-<ul>
-<li><strong><a href="http://www.fsf.org/campaigns";>진행 중인 FSF의 캠
페인들을 지원해
-주세요</a></strong>.</li>
-
-<li><a href="http://www.laquadrature.net/en/Privacy";>프라이버시</a>를 
지키고, <a
-href="http://www.laquadrature.net/en/";>LQDN</a>과 함께 <a
-href="http://www.laquadrature.net/en/the-eu-commissions-outrageous-attempt-to-avoid-copyright-reform";>세계ì
 ì¸
-저작권 개혁</a>을 지지합시다.</li>
-
-<li>Support the efforts on net neutrality in Europe, <a
-href="http://www.savetheinternet.com"; title="Net neutrality in the United
-States of America">in the USA</a> and <a href="http://saveournet.ca/";
-title="Net neutrality in Canada">in Canada</a>.</li>
-
-<li><strong>소프트웨어 특허에 대항해 싸웁시다:</strong> <a
-href="http://www.endsoftpatents.org";>전세계</a>, <a
-href="/server/takeaction.html#swpat">유럽</a>.</li>
-
-<li><strong>이 동영상을 보고 공유해 주세요:</strong> <a
-href="http://patentabsurdity.com";>저작권의 모순</a>&mdash;아마도 <a
-href="http://fsf.org/jfb";>여러분</a>과 같은 <a
-href="http://www.fsf.org/associate/";>FSF 후원회원</a>이 만든 것 
같습니다.</li>
-
-<li><strong><a href="/server/takeaction.html#wipochange">WIPO</a></strong>의 
이름과
-목적을 바꾸라고 요구해 주세요.</li>
-
-<li>학생 여러분! <a
-href="http://www.aful.org/communiques/univ-offers-me-windows";>사용하지 
않은
-마이크로소프트 윈도우즈 라이선스에 환불을 
청구하세요.</a></li>
-
-<li><a href="/server/takeaction.html#directory">자유 소프트웨어 디ë 
‰í† ë¦¬ì— 참가해 주세요.</a></li>
-</ul>
-
-<p class="back"><a href="/server/takeaction.html">더 많은 운동 
보기</a></p>
-
-</div>
-
-<!-- /Action -->
-<div class="highlight-para">
-
-<p><strong>다음 <a 
href="http://www.fsf.org/campaigns/priority-projects/";>최우선 순위
-프로젝트</a>에 기여해 주시겠어요?</strong> Gnash, coreboot, 
GNU/Linux 자유 배포판, GNU Octave,
-네트워크 라우터 드라이버, GDB의 가역 디버깅, 자동 
트랜스크립션 프로그램, PowerVR 드라이버, Skype 대체 자유 
소프트웨어,
-OpenDWG 라이브러리, Oracle Forms.</p>
-
-<p id="unmaint"><strong>아직 <a 
href="/server/takeaction.html#unmaint">관리자를 구하지 못한 GNU
-패키지</a>를 맡아 주시지 않겠습니까?</strong>
-
-  <a href="/software/halifax/">halifax</a>, <a
-href="/software/metahtml/">metahtml</a>, <a
-href="/software/orgadoc/">orgadoc</a>, <a
-href="/software/polyxmass/">polyxmass</a>, <a
-href="/software/teximpatient/">teximpatient</a>, 이 프로젝트들 <a 
href="/server/takeaction.html">관리자를 찾고 있습니다.</a>. 그리고
, 이 패키지들은
-공동 관리자를 찾고 있습니다. 
-
-  <a href="/software/aspell/">aspell</a>, <a
-href="/software/gnuae/">gnuae</a>, <a
-href="/software/metaexchange/">metaexchange</a>, <a
-href="/software/powerguru/">powerguru</a>. 더 자세한 정보는 해당 
패키지의 웹 페이지에서 확인할 수 있습니다. </p>
-
-</div>
-<!-- /highlight-para -->
-</div>
-<!-- /second-column -->
-</div>
-
-<!-- /home -->
-<div class="translators-notes">
-
-<!--TRANSLATORS: Use space (SPC) as msgstr if you don't have notes.-->
- </div>
-</div>
-
-<!-- for id="content", starts in the include above -->
-<!--#include virtual="/server/staging/nav-bar/test9/footer-text.html" -->
-<p id="sisters"><a href="http://www.fsf.org/";>FSF</a>는 <a 
href="http://www.fsfe.org";>유럽</a>과
-<a href="http://www.fsfla.org/";>라틴 아메리카</a>, <a
-href="http://fsf.org.in/";>인도</a>에 자매 기관을 갖고 
있습니다.</p>
-
-<!--#include virtual="/server/fs-gang.ko.html" -->
-<div id="footer">
-
-<!-- Regarding copyright, in general, standalone pages (as opposed to
-     files generated as part of manuals) on the GNU web server should
-     be under CC BY-ND 4.0.  Please do NOT change or remove this
-     without talking with the webmasters or licensing team first.
-     Please make sure the copyright date is consistent with the
-     document.  For web pages, it is ok to list just the latest year the
-     document was modified, or published.
-
-     If you wish to list earlier years, that is ok too.
-     Either "2001, 2002, 2003" or "2001-2003" are ok for specifying
-     years, as long as each year in the range is in fact a copyrightable
-     year, i.e., a year in which the document was published (including
-     being publicly visible on the web or in a revision control system).
-
-     There is more detail about copyright years in the GNU Maintainers
-     Information document, www.gnu.org/prep/maintain. -->
-<p>Copyright &copy; 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005,
-2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 <a
-href="http://www.fsf.org";>자유 소프트웨어 재단</a>,</p>
-
-<p>이 페이지는 <a rel="license"
-href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nd/3.0/us/deed.ko";>크리에이티브
 커먼스
-저작자표시-변경금지 4.0 미국 이용허락서</a>에 따라 이용할
 수 있습니다.</p>
-
-<!--#include virtual="/server/bottom-notes.ko.html" -->
-<div class="translators-credits">
-
-<!--TRANSLATORS: Use space (SPC) as msgstr if you don't want credits.-->
- </div>
-
-<p class="unprintable"><!-- timestamp start -->
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-<title>Le système d'exploitation GNU et le mouvement du logiciel libre</title>
-
-<meta http-equiv="Keywords" content="GNU, FSF, Fondation pour le logiciel 
libre, Free Software Foundation, Linux,
-Emacs, GCC, Unix, logiciel libre, système d'exploitation, noyau GNU, GNU
-Hurd" />
-<meta http-equiv="Description" content="Depuis 1983, nous développons le 
système d'exploitation libre GNU, de type
-Unix, pour que les utilisateurs d'ordinateurs puissent avoir la liberté de
-partager et d'améliorer les logiciels qu'ils utilisent." />
-<link rel="alternate" title="Planet GNU" 
href="http://planet.gnu.org/rss20.xml"; type="application/rss+xml" />
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-<!--#include virtual="/po/home.translist" -->
-<!--#include virtual="/server/staging/nav-bar/test9/banner.fr.html" -->
-<p class="netscape4">GNU est le seul système d'exploitation qui ait été 
développé spécialement
-pour donner à ses utilisateurs la liberté. Qu'est-ce que GNU et de quelle
-liberté parle-t-on ?</p>
-
-<div id="home">
-<div class="first-column">
-
-<h2>Qu'est-ce que GNU ?</h2>
-
-<p>GNU est un système d'exploitation constitué de <a
-href="/philosophy/free-sw.html">logiciel libre</a> – c'est-à-dire qu'il
-respecte la liberté des utilisateurs. Le développement de GNU a rendu
-possible l'utilisation d'un ordinateur sans logiciel susceptible de bafouer
-votre liberté.</p>
-
-<p>Nous recommandons des <a href="/distros/free-distros.html">versions
-installables de GNU</a> (plus précisément, des distributions GNU/Linux)
-n'incluant que des logiciels libres. Pour en <a href="#More-GNU">apprendre
-plus sur GNU, voir ci-dessous</a>.</p>
-
-<p class="c"><a href="/distros/screenshot.html"><img
-   src="/distros/screenshots/trisquel.png" alt="Copie d'écran de GNU"
-   /></a></p>
-
-<h2>Qu'est-ce que le mouvement du logiciel libre ?</h2>
-
-<p>Le mouvement du logiciel libre milite pour que les utilisateurs de
-l'informatique gagnent la liberté garantie par le logiciel libre. Ce dernier
-donne aux utilisateurs le contrôle de leur informatique. Le logiciel non
-libre, au contraire, place les utilisateurs sous le pouvoir de son
-développeur. Voir <a
-href="https://www.fsf.org/blogs/rms/20140407-geneva-tedx-talk-free-software-free-society";>
-la vidéo d'explication</a>.</p>
-
-<h2>Qu'est-ce que le logiciel libre ?</h2>
-
-<p><strong>« Logiciel libre » signifie que les utilisateurs sont libres
-d'exécuter, de copier, de distribuer, d'étudier, de modifier et d'améliorer
-les logiciels</strong>.</p>
-
-<p>Le logiciel libre est affaire de liberté, pas de prix. Pour comprendre ce
-concept, vous devez penser à « liberté d'expression », pas à « entrée
-libre » (NdT : en anglais, le mot <cite>free</cite> veut dire libre, mais
-aussi gratuit, d'où la confusion possible).</p>
-
-<p>Plus exactement, cela signifie que l'utilisateur d'un programme libre jouit
-des <a href="/philosophy/free-sw.html">quatre libertés essentielles</a> :</p>
-
-<ul>
-<li>la liberté d'exécuter le programme comme il le souhaite, pour n'importe 
quel
-usage (liberté 0) ;</li>
-<li>la liberté d'étudier le fonctionnement du programme et de l'adapter à 
ses
-besoins (liberté 1) – une condition préalable est d'accéder au code 
source ;</li>
-<li>la liberté d'en redistribuer des copies pour aider les autres (liberté 
2) ;</li>
-<li>la liberté d'améliorer le programme et de rendre publiques ses 
améliorations
-pour que toute la communauté en bénéficie (liberté 3) – une condition
-préalable est d'accéder au code source.</li>
-</ul>
-
-<p>Les développements de l'usage de la technologie et du réseau ont rendu ces
-libertés <a href="/philosophy/free-software-even-more-important.html">encore
-plus importantes aujourd'hui</a> qu'elles ne l'étaient en 1983.</p>
-
-<p>Actuellement, le mouvement du logiciel libre va bien au-delà du
-développement du système GNU. Consultez <a href="https://fsf.org";>le site de
-la Free Software Foundation</a> pour en savoir plus sur ce que nous faisons,
-et aussi la liste des <a href="/help">façons dont vous pouvez nous
-aider</a>.</p>
-
-<h2>En savoir plus sur GNU</h2>
-
-<p><a id="More-GNU">GNU</a> est un système d'exploitation de type Unix. Cela
-signifie qu'il s'agit d'un ensemble de nombreux programmes : applications,
-bibliothèques, outils de développement, même des jeux. Le développement de
-GNU, entamé en janvier 1984, est connu sous le nom de projet GNU. Un grand
-nombre des programmes qui font partie du système GNU sont publiés sous les
-auspices du projet GNU ; nous les appelons <a href="/software/">paquets
-GNU</a>.</p>
-
-<p>Le nom « GNU » est un acronyme récursif pour « GNU's Not Unix ». <a
-href="/pronunciation/pronunciation.html">« GNU » se prononce
-<em>gnou</em></a>, avec un <em>g</em> dur.</p>
-
-<p>Dans un système de type Unix, le programme qui alloue les ressources d'une
-machine et communique avec le matériel s'appelle le « noyau ». GNU est
-généralement utilisé avec un noyau appelé Linux.  Cette association forme 
le
-<a href="/gnu/linux-and-gnu.html"><strong>système d'exploitation
-GNU/Linux</strong></a>. GNU/Linux est utilisé par des millions de gens même
-si beaucoup <a href="/gnu/gnu-linux-faq.html">l'appellent « Linux » par
-erreur</a>.</p>
-
-<p>Le noyau propre à GNU, <a href="/software/hurd/hurd.html">le Hurd</a>, a 
été
-initié en 1990 (avant le début de Linux). Des bénévoles continuent à le
-développer parce que c'est un projet technique intéressant.</p>
-
-<p><a href="/gnu/gnu.html">Plus d'informations</a>.</p>
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-<h4 id="Flashes"><a href="http://planet.gnu.org/";>Planet GNU</a> <a
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alt="Flux RSS" /></a></h4>
-
-<!--#include virtual="/planetfeeds.fr.html" -->
-<p>Tenez-vous au courant avec <a href="http://planet.gnu.org/";>Planet GNU</a>
-et la <a href="/software/recent-releases.html">liste des publications
-récentes de GNU</a>.</p>
-
-<!--#include virtual="/server/home-pkgselect.html" -->
-<!--#include virtual="/server/home-pkgblurbs.fr.html" -->
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-<h2>Agissez !</h2>
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-<li><strong><a href="http://www.fsf.org/campaigns";>Soutenez les dernières
-campagnes de la FSF</a></strong>.</li>
-
-<li>Défendez <a href="http://www.laquadrature.net/fr/vie_privee";>la vie
-privée</a> et appelez à <a
-href="http://www.laquadrature.net/fr/commission-europeenne-tentative-scandaleuse-deviter-la-reforme-du-droit-dauteur";>une
-réforme globale du droit d'auteur</a> avec <a
-href="http://www.laquadrature.net/fr/";><abbr title="La Quadrature du
-Net">LQDN</abbr></a>.</li>
-
-<li>Soutenez la défense de la neutralité du net en Europe, <a
-href="http://www.savetheinternet.com"; title="Net neutrality in the United
-States of America">aux USA</a> et <a href="http://saveournet.ca/"; title="Net
-neutrality in Canada">au Canada</a>.</li>
-
-<li><strong>Luttez contre les brevets logiciels</strong> <a
-href="http://www.endsoftpatents.org";>dans le monde</a> et <a
-href="/server/takeaction.html#swpat">en Europe</a>.</li>
-
-<li><strong>Regardez et partagez ce film :</strong> <a
-href="http://patentabsurdity.com";>Patent Absurdity</a> (l'absurdité des
-brevets), rendu possible par <a href="http://www.fsf.org/associate/";>des
-membres associés de la FSF</a>, comme <a 
href="http://fsf.org/jfb";>vous</a>.</li>
-
-<li><strong><a href="/server/takeaction.html#wipochange">Appelez l'<abbr
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-changer de nom et de mission</a></strong>.</li>
-
-<li>Étudiants ! <a
-href="http://www.aful.org/communiques/univ-offers-me-windows";>Réclamez le
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-href="http://www.fsf.org/campaigns/priority-projects/";>projets hautement
-prioritaires</a> ?</strong> Gnash, coreboot, distributions libres de
-GNU/Linux, GNU Octave, pilotes pour routeurs, débogage réversible dans GDB,
-transcription automatique, pilotes PowerVR, et aussi : équivalents libres
-pour Skype, pour les bibliothèques OpenDWG, et pour Oracle Forms.</p>
-
-<p id="unmaint"><strong>Pouvez-vous adopter un <a
-href="/server/takeaction.html#unmaint">paquet GNU non
-maintenu</a> ?</strong>
-
-  <a href="/software/halifax/">halifax</a>, <a
-href="/software/metahtml/">metahtml</a>, <a
-href="/software/orgadoc/">orgadoc</a>, <a
-href="/software/polyxmass/">polyxmass</a> et <a
-href="/software/teximpatient/">teximpatient</a> sont tous <a 
href="/server/takeaction.html#unmaint">à la recherche d'un
-repreneur</a>. Et ceux-ci sont à la recherche d'un comainteneur :
-
-  <a href="/software/aspell/">aspell</a>, <a
-href="/software/gnuae/">gnuae</a>, <a
-href="/software/metaexchange/">metaexchange</a>, <a
-href="/software/powerguru/">powerguru</a>. Consultez les pages web de ces 
logiciels pour plus ample information.</p>
-
-</div>
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-<!--#include virtual="/server/staging/nav-bar/footer-text.fr.html" -->
-<p id="sisters">La <a href="http://www.fsf.org/";>FSF</a> a aussi des 
organisations sœurs en
-<a href="http://www.fsfe.org";>Europe</a>, en <a
-href="http://www.fsfla.org/";>Amérique latine</a> et en <a
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-<p>Cette page peut être utilisée suivant les conditions de la licence <a
-rel="license"
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-
-<p class="no-display">GNU is the only operating system developed
-specifically to give its users freedom.  What is GNU, and what freedom
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-
-<h2>What is GNU?</h2>
-
-<p>GNU is an operating system that
-is <a href="/philosophy/free-sw.html">free software</a>&mdash;that is,
-it respects users' freedom.  The development of GNU made it possible
-to use a computer without software that would trample your freedom.</p>
-
-<p>We recommend <a href="/distros/free-distros.html">installable
-versions of GNU</a> (more precisely, GNU/Linux distributions) which
-are entirely free software.  <a href="#More-GNU">More about GNU
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-
-<p class="c"><a href="/distros/screenshot.html"><img
-   src="trisquel-medium.jpg" alt="Screenshot of GNU"
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-
-<h2>What is the Free Software Movement?</h2>
-
-<p>The free software movement campaigns to win for the users of
-computing the freedom that comes from free software.  Free software
-puts its users in control of their own computing.  Non-free software
-puts its users under the power of the software's developer. See 
-<a 
href="https://www.fsf.org/blogs/rms/20140407-geneva-tedx-talk-free-software-free-society";>
-the video explanation</a>.</p>
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-
-<p>More precisely, free software means users of a program have
-the <a href="/philosophy/free-sw.html">four essential
-freedoms</a>:</p>
-
-<ul>
-<li>The freedom to run the program as you wish,
-     for any purpose (freedom 0).</li>
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-    (freedom 1).   Access to the source code is a precondition for this.</li>
-<li>The freedom to redistribute copies so you can help your neighbor
-    (freedom 2).</li>
-<li>The freedom to improve the program, and release your improvements
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-    (freedom 3).   Access to the source code is a precondition for this.</li>
-</ul>
-
-<p>Developments in technology and network use have made these freedoms
-<a href="/philosophy/free-software-even-more-important.html">even more
-important now</a> than they were in 1983.</p>
-
-<p>Nowadays the free software movement goes far beyond developing the
-GNU system.  See <a href="https://fsf.org";>the Free Software
-Foundation's web site</a> for more about what we do, and a list
-of <a href="/help">ways you can help</a>.</p>
-
-<h2>More about GNU</h2>
-
-<p><a id="More-GNU">GNU</a> is a Unix-like operating system.  That
-means it is a collection of many programs: applications, libraries,
-developer tools, even games.  The development of GNU, started in
-January 1984, is known as the GNU Project.  Many of the programs in
-GNU are released under the auspices of the GNU Project; those we
-call <a href="/software/">GNU packages</a>.</p>
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-<p>The name &ldquo;GNU&rdquo; is a recursive acronym for &ldquo;GNU's
-Not
-Unix.&rdquo; <a href="/pronunciation/pronunciation.html">&ldquo;GNU&rdquo;
-is pronounced <em>g'noo</em></a>, as one syllable, like saying
-&ldquo;grew&rdquo; but replacing the <em>r</em> with <em>n</em>.</p>
-
-<p>The program in a Unix-like system that allocates machine resources
-and talks to the hardware is called the &ldquo;kernel&rdquo;.  GNU is
-typically used with a kernel called Linux.  This combination is
-the <a href="/gnu/linux-and-gnu.html"><strong>GNU/Linux operating
-system</strong></a>.  GNU/Linux is used by millions, though
-many <a href="/gnu/gnu-linux-faq.html">call it &ldquo;Linux&rdquo; by
-mistake</a>.</p>
-
-<p>GNU's own kernel, <a href="/software/hurd/hurd.html">The Hurd</a>,
-was started in 1990 (before Linux was started).  Volunteers continue
-developing the Hurd because it is an interesting technical
-project.</p>
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-      href="/distros/free-distros.html">TΔοκιμάστε το 
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-<div class="c"><p class="button large"><a
-      href="/distros/free-distros.html">Try GNU/Linux!</a></p></div>
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-<a href="http://planet.gnu.org/rss20.xml";><img src="/feed-icon-10x10.png" 
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-
-<!--#include virtual="/planetfeeds.html" -->
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-<p>For more news, see <a href="http://planet.gnu.org/";>Planet GNU</a>
-and the list of <a href="/software/recent-releases.html">recent GNU
-releases</a>.</p>
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-</div><!-- /software" -->
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-<div id="Action">
-
-<!-- BEGIN TakeAction -->
-<h2>Take Action</h2>
-
-<ul>
-<li><strong><a href="http://www.fsf.org/campaigns";>Support current FSF
-campaigns</a></strong>.</li>
-
-<li><strong>Fight software patents</strong>
-<a href="http://www.endsoftpatents.org";>worldwide</a>,
-and elsewhere (rotate, one action at a time).</li>
-
-<li>Defend privacy and net neutrality, oppose surveillance, TAFTA, DRM, etc.,
-worldwide and elsewhere (rotate, one action at a time).</li>
-</ul>
-
-<p class="back"><a href="/server/takeaction.html">More action items</a></p>
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-<p><strong>Can you contribute to any of
-these <a href="http://www.fsf.org/campaigns/priority-projects/";>High
-Priority Projects</a>?</strong> Gnash, coreboot, free distributions of
-GNU/Linux, GNU Octave, drivers for network routers, reversible
-debugging in GDB, automatic transcription, PowerVR drivers, and also
-free software replacements for Skype, OpenDWG libraries, and Oracle
-Forms.</p>
-
-<p id="unmaint"><strong>Can you take over an <a
-href="/server/takeaction.html#unmaint">unmaintained GNU
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-<span class="gnun-split"></span>
-  <a href="/software/halifax/">halifax</a>,
-  <a href="/software/metahtml/">metahtml</a>,
-  <a href="/software/orgadoc/">orgadoc</a>,
-  <a href="/software/polyxmass/">polyxmass</a>,
-  <a href="/software/teximpatient/">teximpatient</a><span 
class="gnun-split"></span>,
-are all <a href="/server/takeaction.html#unmaint">looking for
-maintainers</a>.  Also, these packages are looking for co-maintainers:
-<span class="gnun-split"></span>
-  <a href="/software/aspell/">aspell</a>,
-  <a href="/software/gnuae/">gnuae</a>,
-  <a href="/software/metaexchange/">metaexchange</a>,
-  <a href="/software/powerguru/">powerguru</a><span class="gnun-split"></span>.
-See the package web pages for more information.</p>
-
-<p><strong>Can you help us <a href="/server/takeaction.html#directory"> update 
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-organizations in <a href="http://www.fsfe.org";>Europe</a>, <a
-href="http://www.fsfla.org/";>Latin America</a> and <a
-href="http://fsf.org.in/";>India</a>.</p>
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-     Please make sure the copyright date is consistent with the
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-     document was modified, or published.
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-     Either "2001, 2002, 2003" or "2001-2003" are ok for specifying
-     years, as long as each year in the range is in fact a copyrightable
-     year, i.e., a year in which the document was published (including
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-<!--#include virtual="/server/staging/nav-bar/test9/banner.html" -->
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-specifically to give its users freedom.  What is GNU, and what freedom
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-<h2>What is GNU?</h2>
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-<p>GNU is an operating system that
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-it respects users' freedom.  The development of GNU made it possible
-to use a computer without software that would trample your freedom.</p>
-
-<p>We recommend <a href="/distros/free-distros.html">installable
-versions of GNU</a> (more precisely, GNU/Linux distributions) which
-are entirely free software.  <a href="#More-GNU">More about GNU
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-<p class="c"><a href="/distros/screenshot.html"><img
-   src="trisquel-medium.jpg" alt="Screenshot of GNU"
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-
-<p>The free software movement campaigns to win for the users of
-computing the freedom that comes from free software.  Free software
-puts its users in control of their own computing.  Non-free software
-puts its users under the power of the software's developer. See
-<a 
href="https://www.fsf.org/blogs/rms/20140407-geneva-tedx-talk-free-software-free-society";>
-the video explanation</a>.</p>
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-
-<p><strong>Free software means the users have the freedom to run,
-copy, distribute, study, change and improve the software.</strong></p>
-
-<p>Free software is a matter of liberty, not price.  To understand the
-concept, you should think of &ldquo;free&rdquo; as in &ldquo;free
-speech&rdquo;, not as in &ldquo;free beer&rdquo;.</p>
-
-<p>More precisely, free software means users of a program have
-the <a href="/philosophy/free-sw.html">four essential
-freedoms</a>:</p>
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-<li>The freedom to run the program as you wish,
-     for any purpose (freedom 0).</li>
-<li>The freedom to study how the program works, and adapt it to your needs
-    (freedom 1).   Access to the source code is a precondition for this.</li>
-<li>The freedom to redistribute copies so you can help your neighbor
-    (freedom 2).</li>
-<li>The freedom to improve the program, and release your improvements
-   to the public, so that the whole community benefits
-    (freedom 3).   Access to the source code is a precondition for this.</li>
-</ul>
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-<p>Developments in technology and network use have made these freedoms
-<a href="/philosophy/free-software-even-more-important.html">even more
-important now</a> than they were in 1983.</p>
-
-<p>Nowadays the free software movement goes far beyond developing the
-GNU system.  See <a href="https://fsf.org";>the Free Software
-Foundation's web site</a> for more about what we do, and a list
-of <a href="/help">ways you can help</a>.</p>
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-<h2>More about GNU</h2>
-
-<p><a id="More-GNU">GNU</a> is a Unix-like operating system.  That
-means it is a collection of many programs: applications, libraries,
-developer tools, even games.  The development of GNU, started in
-January 1984, is known as the GNU Project.  Many of the programs in
-GNU are released under the auspices of the GNU Project; those we
-call <a href="/software/">GNU packages</a>.</p>
-
-<p>The name &ldquo;GNU&rdquo; is a recursive acronym for &ldquo;GNU's
-Not
-Unix.&rdquo; <a href="/pronunciation/pronunciation.html">&ldquo;GNU&rdquo;
-is pronounced <em>g'noo</em></a>, as one syllable, like saying
-&ldquo;grew&rdquo; but replacing the <em>r</em> with <em>n</em>.</p>
-
-<p>The program in a Unix-like system that allocates machine resources
-and talks to the hardware is called the &ldquo;kernel&rdquo;.  GNU is
-typically used with a kernel called Linux.  This combination is
-the <a href="/gnu/linux-and-gnu.html"><strong>GNU/Linux operating
-system</strong></a>.  GNU/Linux is used by millions, though
-many <a href="/gnu/gnu-linux-faq.html">call it &ldquo;Linux&rdquo; by
-mistake</a>.</p>
-
-<p>GNU's own kernel, <a href="/software/hurd/hurd.html">The Hurd</a>,
-was started in 1990 (before Linux was started).  Volunteers continue
-developing the Hurd because it is an interesting technical
-project.</p>
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-<p class="back"><a href="/gnu/gnu.html">More information</a>.</p>
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-
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-href="/distros/free-distros.html">Try GNU/Linux!</a></p></div>
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-<a href="http://planet.gnu.org/rss20.xml";><img src="/feed-icon-10x10.png" 
alt="RSS Feed" /></a></h4>
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-<!--#include virtual="/planetfeeds.html" -->
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-<p>For more news, see <a href="http://planet.gnu.org/";>Planet GNU</a>
-and the list of <a href="/software/recent-releases.html">recent GNU
-releases</a>.</p>
-
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-<!--#include virtual="/server/home-pkgblurbs.html" -->
-
-<p class="back"><small><a href="/manual/blurbs.html">Short descriptions for 
all GNU
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-privacy</a>, and support <a
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-global copyright reform</a> with <a
-href="http://www.laquadrature.net/en/";>LQDN</a>.</li>
-
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-<a href="http://www.savetheinternet.com"; title="Net
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-and <a href="http://saveournet.ca/"; title="Net neutrality in
-Canada">in Canada</a>.</li>
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-<a href="http://www.endsoftpatents.org";>worldwide</a>,
-<a href="/server/takeaction.html#swpat">and Europe</a>.</li>
-
-<li><strong>Watch and share this movie:</strong> <a
-href="http://patentabsurdity.com";>Patent Absurdity</a>&mdash;made
-possible by <a href="http://www.fsf.org/associate/";>FSF associate
-members</a> like <a href="http://fsf.org/jfb";>you</a>.</li>
-
-<li><strong><a href="/server/takeaction.html#wipochange">Call
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-
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-
-<p><strong>Can you contribute to any of
-these <a href="http://www.fsf.org/campaigns/priority-projects/";>High
-Priority Projects</a>?</strong> Gnash, coreboot, free distributions of
-GNU/Linux, GNU Octave, drivers for network routers, reversible
-debugging in GDB, automatic transcription, PowerVR drivers, and also
-free software replacements for Skype, OpenDWG libraries, and Oracle
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-<p id="unmaint"><strong>Can you take over an <a
-href="/server/takeaction.html#unmaint">unmaintained GNU
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-  <a href="/software/halifax/">halifax</a>,
-  <a href="/software/metahtml/">metahtml</a>,
-  <a href="/software/orgadoc/">orgadoc</a>,
-  <a href="/software/polyxmass/">polyxmass</a>,
-  <a href="/software/teximpatient/">teximpatient</a><span 
class="gnun-split"></span>,
-are all <a href="/server/takeaction.html#unmaint">looking for
-maintainers</a>.  Also, these packages are looking for co-maintainers:
-<span class="gnun-split"></span>
-  <a href="/software/aspell/">aspell</a>,
-  <a href="/software/gnuae/">gnuae</a>,
-  <a href="/software/metaexchange/">metaexchange</a>,
-  <a href="/software/powerguru/">powerguru</a><span class="gnun-split"></span>.
-See the package web pages for more information.</p>
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-</div><!-- /home -->
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-<p id="sisters">The <a href="http://www.fsf.org/";>FSF</a> also has sister
-organizations in <a href="http://www.fsfe.org";>Europe</a>, <a
-href="http://www.fsfla.org/";>Latin America</a> and <a
-href="http://fsf.org.in/";>India</a>.</p>
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-
-Copyright (C) 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011,
-   2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 Free Software Foundation
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-obtaining a copy of this software and associated documentation
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-copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell
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-conditions:
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-The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be
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Index: license-list.ca.html
===================================================================
RCS file: license-list.ca.html
diff -N license-list.ca.html
--- license-list.ca.html        27 Apr 2014 20:00:21 -0000      1.7
+++ /dev/null   1 Jan 1970 00:00:00 -0000
@@ -1,492 +0,0 @@
-<!--#include virtual="/server/header.ca.html" -->
-<!--#set var="DISABLE_TOP_ADDENDUM" value="yes" -->
- <!--#set var="ORIGINAL_FILE" value="/licenses/license-list.html" -->
- <!--#set var="DIFF_FILE" value="" -->
-
-<title>Llista de llicències - Projecte GNU - Free Software Foundation 
(FSF)</title>
-
-<!--#include virtual="/licenses/po/license-list.translist" -->
-<!--#include virtual="/server/banner.ca.html" -->
- <!--#include virtual="/server/outdated.ca.html" -->
-<h2>Llista de llicències i comentaris sobre elles</h2>
-
-<div style="padding-top: .5em;">
-<h3>Taula de Continguts</h3>
-<ul>
-<li><a href="#Introduction">Introducció</a></li>
-<li><a href="#SoftwareLicenses">Llicències de programari</a></li>
-<li><a href="#DocumentationLicenses">Llicències per a la 
documentació</a></li>
-</ul>
-</div>
-
-<div class="big-section">
-<h3  id="Introduction">
-    Introducció</h3>
-</div>
-<div style="clear: left;"></div>
-
-<p>Classifiquem una llicència d'acord amb els següents paràmetres:</p>
-
-<ul>
-<li>Si pot ser considerada una llicència de programari lliure.</li>
-<li>Si és una llicència del tipus "copyleft".</li>
-<li>Si és compatible amb la GPL GNU. ( Això vol dir
-que podeu combinar un mòdul que fou distribuït sota aquella llicència
-amb un mòdul cobert per la GPL per fer un programa més gran.)</li>
-<li>Si causa cap altre problema particular.</li>
-</ul>
-
-<p>Si uls cal ajut per escollir una llicència, avaluar-la o teniu altres
-preguntes sobre el tema, podeu escriure'ns a <a 
href="mailto:address@hidden";>&lt;address@hidden&gt;</a>.</p>
-
-
-<div class="big-section">
-<h3 id="SoftwareLicenses">
-     Llicències de programari</h3>
-</div>
-<div style="clear: left;"></div>
-
-<p><b>Aquí teniu una llista de llicències que poden considerar-se
-com a llicències de programari lliure:</b></p>
-
-<dl>
-<dt> La <a href="/licenses/gpl.html">Llicència
-Pública General GNU</a> (GPL GNU abreviadament).</dt>
-
-<dd><p> Aquesta és una llicència de programari lliure i és també
-una llicència de copyleft. La recomanem per a la majoria de paquets de
-programari.</p></dd>
-
-<dt> La <a href="/licenses/lgpl.html">Llicència
-Pública Menys General</a>, (LGPL GNU abreviadament).</dt>
-
-<dd><p> Aquesta és una llicència de programari lliure però no és
-una llicència de copyleft ferma, perquè permet enllaçar amb mòduls no
-lliures. És compatible amb la GPL GNU. La recomanem <a 
href="/philosophy/why-not-lgpl.html">només en casos especials</a>.</p></dd>
-
-<dt> La llicència de Guile.</dt>
-
-<dd><p> Consisteix en la GPL GNU més una menció especial donant
-permís general per a enllaçar amb programari no lliure. Com a resultat,
-no és una llicència de copyleft en el sentit estricte, però és
-compatible amb la GPL GNU. La recomanem només en comptats casos --
-normalment aquells casos en que heu de <a 
href="/philosophy/why-not-lgpl.html">considerar l'ús de la
-LGPL</a>.</p></dd>
-
-<dt> La llicència de les unitats d'execució del compilador GNU
-Ada.</dt>
-
-<dd><p> Ës molt semblant a la llicència de Guile.</p></dd>
-
-<dt> <a href="http://directory.fsf.org/wiki/License:X11";>La
-llicència X11</a>.</dt>
-
-<dd><p> Aquesta és una simple i permissiva llicència de programari
-lliure que no és de <i>copyleft</i>, compatible amb la GPL
-GNU. XFree86 fa servir el mateix tipus de llicència.</p></dd>
-
-<dt> <a href="http://directory.fsf.org/wiki/License:BSD_4Clause";>La
-llicència original del BSD</a>.</dt>
-
-<dd>
-<p> Aquesta és una llicència de programari
-lliure simple i permissiva que no és de <i>copyleft</i>,
-però amb una seriosa imperfecció: la "clausula d'anunci obligat".
-Aquest punt no és crític, és a dir, no fa que el programari
-no sigui lliure, però causa <a href="/philosophy/bsd.ca.html">problemes
-pràctics</a>, incloent-hi la&nbsp; incompatibilitat amb la
-GPL GNU.</p>
-
-<p>Us demanem no utilitzar la llicència BSD per al programari que
-escriviu. Tot i això no hi ha cap raó per no fer ús del programari que
-ha estat distribuït sota la llicència BSD.</p>
-</dd>
-
-<dt> <a href="http://directory.fsf.org/wiki/License:BSD_3Clause";>La
-llicència BSD modificada</a>.</dt>
-
-<dd>
-<p>Aquesta és la llicència original BSD, només modificada per l'eliminació
-de la clausula de publicitat. És una llicència simple i permisiva de
-programari lliure sense copyleft que no presenta problemes particulars.
-És compatible amb la GPL GNU.</p>
-
-<p>És arriscat recomanar l'ús de la "llicència BSD", perquè pot generar
-confusions i dur a l'ús de la llicència BSD <i>original</i>.Per
-tal de minimitzar aquest risc és una bona alternativa utilitzar la
-llicència X11 de manera alternativa.
-</p>
-</dd>
-
-<dt> <a href="http://directory.fsf.org/wiki/License:Apache1.0";>La
-llicència d'Apache</a>.</dt>
-
-<dd>
-<p> Aquesta és una llicència de programari
-lliure simple i permissiva que no és de copyleft amb <a 
href="/philosophy/bsd.ca.html">problemes pràctics</a>
-similars als de la llicència BSD original, incloent-hi la
-incompatibilitat amb la GPL GNU.</p>
-
-<p>Us demanem no utilitzar la llicència Apache per al programari que
-escriviu. Tot i això no hi ha cap raó per no fer ús del programari que
-ha estat distribuït sota aquesta llicència, com Apache.</p>
-</dd>
-
-<dt> <a 
href="http://web.archive.org/web/20000816090640/http://www.zope.org/Resources/ZPL";>La
-llicència de Zope</a>.</dt>
-
-<dd>
-<p> Aquesta és una llicència de programari lliure que no és de
-<i>copyleft</i>, simple i moderadament permisiva que
-presenta <a href="/philosophy/bsd.ca.html">problemes
-pràctics</a> similars als de la llicència original BSD,
-incloent-hi la incompatibilitat amb la GPL GNU.</p>
-
-<p>Us demanem no utilitzar la llicència Zope per al programari que
-escriviu. Tot i això no hi ha cap raó per no fer ús del programari que
-ha estat distribuït sota aquesta llicència, com Zope.</p>
-</dd>
-
-<dt> <a href="http://directory.fsf.org/wiki/License:IBMPLv1.0";>La
-llicència pública IBM</a></dt>
-
-<dd><p> Aquesta és una llicència de programari lliure, però
-incompatible amb la GPL.</p></dd>
-
-<dt> <a href="http://directory.fsf.org/wiki/License:LPPLv1.2";>La llicència 
pública del projecte LaTeX</a>.</dt>
-
-<dd>
-<p>Aquesta llicència és una descripció incompleta dels termes
-de distribució de LaTeX. Pel que tenim notícia, és una llicència de
-programari lliure, però és incompatible amb la GPL perquè té
-requeriments que a la GPL no hi són presents.</p>
-
-<p>Aquesta llicència conté restriccions complexes i desconcertants
-respecte a la publicació de versions modifcades, incloent-ne una que
-està a la línia del que pot ser acceptable: que tot fitxer modificat
-hagi de tenir un nom nou.</p>
-
-<p>La raó de què aquesta obligació sigui acceptable per
-a LaTeX és que LaTeX té una funcionalitat que permet mapejar
-noms de fitxers, en termes específics ``usa el fitxer bar
-quan us demanin el fitxer foo''. Amb aquesta funcionalitat, l'obligació
-del canvi de nom és només una petita incomoditat; però sense aquesta
-funcionalitat esdevé un obstacle seriós que fa que el programa
-esdevingui no lliure.</p>
-
-<p>La LPPL adverteix que alguns fitxers de determinades versions
-de LaTeX poden tenir restriccions addicionals que els poden
-fer no lliures. Per aquest motiu caldria mirar acuradament si
-una versió de LaTeX és programari lliure o no.</p>
-
-<p>La LPPL fa la controvertida afirmació de què es pot
-considerar distribució el sol fet de tenir fitxers en una màquina on
-més d'una persona hi accedeixi. Creiem que cap tribunal donaria suport
-a una afirmació d'aquest tipus, però no és cap bona idea que algú
-comenci a difondre aquest tipus d'afirmacions.</p>
-
-<p>No feu servir si us plau aquesta llicència per cap altre projecte.</p>
-
-<p>Aquests comentaris es basen en la versió 1.2 (3 de setembre
-del 1999) de la LPPL. </p>
-</dd>
-
-<dt> La llicència de Perl.</dt>
-
-<dd>
-<p> Aquesta llicència és una disjunció de la <a 
href="http://directory.fsf.org/wiki/License:Artistic_v1.0";>llicència
-artística</a> i de la GPL GNU. Tot i anomenar-se llicència de
-programari lliure, pot no ser una llicència de <i>copyleft</i>
-real. És compatible amb la GPL perquè aquesta és una de les
-alternatives.</p>
-
-<p>Us recomanem fer-la servir per qualsevol paquet de Perl que
-escriviu, per tal de promoure la coherència i uniformitat a l'àrea de
-Per. Fora de Perl, us animem a no fer-la servir. Feu servir millor la
-GNU GPL.</p>
-</dd>
-
-<dt> <a href="http://directory.fsf.org/wiki/License:MPLv1.1";>La
-llicència pública de Mozilla (MPL)</a>.</dt>
-
-<dd><p> És una llicència de programari lliure que no és
-estrictament de <i>copyleft</i>. A diferència de la
-llicència X11 aquesta conté algunes restriccions complexes que la fan
-incompatible amb la GPL GNU. Això en termes pràctics implica que un
-mòdul cobert per la GPL i un mòdul cober amb la MPL no poden ser
-enllaçats des d'un punt de vista legal. Us animem a no fer servir la
-MPL per aquest motiu.</p></dd>
-
-<dt> <a href="http://directory.fsf.org/wiki/License:NOSLv1.0";>La
-llicència de codi obert de Netizen (NOSL), versió 1.0</a>.</dt>
-
-<dd><p> És una llicència de programari lliure que és en línies
-generals semblant a la MPL (versió 1.1). A l'igual que la MPL, la NOSL
-inclou algunes restriccions complexes que la fan incompatible amb la
-GPL GNU, per la qual cosa un mòdul cobert amb la GPL no pot ser
-legalment enllaçat amb un de cobert per la NOSL. Per aquesta raó us
-demanem que no l'utilitzeu.</p></dd>
-
-<dt> <a href="http://directory.fsf.org/wiki/License:SPLv1.0";>La
-llicència pública de Sun</a>.</dt>
-
-<dd><p> És en línies generals igual a la llicència pública de
-Mozilla: una llicència de programari lliure incompatible amb la GPL
-GNU. Si us plau no la confoneu amb la "llicència de codi comunitari
-Sun", que no és una llicència de programari lliure.</p></dd>
-
-<dt> <a href="http://directory.fsf.org/wiki?title=License:NPLv1.1";>La
-llicència pública de Netscape (NPL)</a> (mireu al final de la
-pàgina per trobar la NPL).</dt>
-
-<dd><p> És una llicència de programari lliure, però no
-estrictament de <i>copyleft</i>. És una llicència
-incompatible amb la GPL GNU. Consisteix bàsicament en la llicència
-pública de Mozilla amb una clàusula afegida que autoritza a Netscape a
-utilitzar el vostre codi <i>fins i tot en versions de caràcter
-propietari del programa.</i> Per descomptat, no <i>us</i>
-dóna permís per utilitzar <i>el seu</i> codi de manera
-recíproca. Us demanem que no utilitzeu la NPL.</p></dd>
-
-<dt> La llicència del Netscape Javascript.</dt>
-
-<dd>
-<p> Aquesta és una disjunció de la NPL i de la GPL GNU. Per
-aquest fet, és una llicència de programari lliure compatible amb la GPL
-GPL, però no una llicència de <i>copyleft</i> en sentit
-estricte.</p>
-
-<p>Aquesta llicència disjuntiva és una bona tria si voleu fer el vostre
-paquet compatible amb la GPL i la MPL. Malgrat tot, també podeu
-aconseguir aquesta doble compatibilitat utilitzant la LGPL o la
-llicència del Guile.</p>
-
-<p>Aquesta llicència pot ser una bona tria si heu estat fent
-servir la MPL i voleu passar-vos a una compatible amb la GPL sense
-eliminar cap permís adquirit en versions anteriors.</p>
-</dd>
-
-<dt> <a href="http://directory.fsf.org/wiki/License:QPLv1.0";>La
-llicència pública Qt (QPL)</a>.</dt>
-
-<dd>
-<p> És una llicència de programari lliure que no és de
-copyleft i que és incompatible amb la GPL GNU. És una llicència que
-origina problemes importants perquè els codis modificats només poden
-ser distribuïts com a pedaços.</p>
-
-<p>Us recomanem que utilitzeu programari sota la llicència QPL
-només quan sigui estrictament necessari, i que no la feu servir en cap
-programa que esteu produint.</p>
-
-<p>Pel fet de què la QPL és incompatible amb la GPL GNU, no
-podeu enllaçar un programa cobert per la GPL i un altre cobert amb la
-llicència Qt.</p>
-
-<p>Malgrat això, si heu escrit un programa que utilitza Qt i
-voleu distribuir-lo sota la GPL podeu fer-ho de manera fàcil. Podu
-resoldre el conflicte potencial només afegint una nota del tipus:</p>
-
-<pre>
-  As a special exception, you have permission to link this program
-  with the Qt library and distribute executables, as long as you
-  follow the requirements of the GNU GPL in regard to all of the
-  software in the executable aside from Qt.
-</pre>
-
-<p> Podeu fer això, legalment, si sou els propietaris del
-copyright. Afegiu-lo als fitxers de codi font, darrera la nota que diu
-que el programa és cobert per la GPL GNU.</p>
-</dd>
-
-<dt> La llicència de la biblioteca de funcions estàndar iMatix.</dt>
-
-<dd><p> Aquesta és una llicència de programari lliure compatible
-amb la GPL.</p></dd>
-
-<dt> <a href="http://directory.fsf.org/wiki/License:Zlib";>La
-llicència de&nbsp; ZLib</a></dt>
-
-<dd><p> Aquesta és una llicència de programari lliure compatible
-amb la GPL.</p></dd>
-
-<dt> <a href="http://directory.fsf.org/wiki/License:FreeType";>La llicència 
FreeType</a></dt>
-
-<dd><p> La llicència FreeType és una llicència de programari
-lliure que no és <i>copyleft</i> i que és incompatible amb
-la GPL per raons tècniques. El seu ús habitual és per a fonts, no
-essent la incompatibilitat per a aquell ús, un problema.</p></dd>
-</dl>
-
-
-<p><b>Aquí teniu una llista de llicències que no poden ser
-considerades de programari lliure. Una llicència que no és de
-programari lliure és automàticament incompatible amb la GPL GNU.</b></p>
-
-<dl>
-<dt> <a href="http://directory.fsf.org/wiki/License:Artistic_v1.0";>La
-llicència artística</a>.</dt>
-
-<dd><p> No podem dir que aquesta és una llicència de programari
-lliure perquè és molt vaga. Alguns apartats són massa ambigus i el seu
-significat no està del tot clar. Us encoratgem a no fer-la servir,
-llevat de fer-la servir com a part de la llicència disjuntiva de 
Perl.</p></dd>
-
-<dt> La llicència de font pública d'Apple.</dt>
-
-<dd><p> Aquesta <a href="/philosophy/apsl.ca.html">no
-és una llicència de programari lliure</a>, pel fet de què el
-permís de distribució del programari pot ser revocat per Apple, a més
-d'altres raons. Si us plau no feu servir aquesta llicència i us demanem
-que no utilitzeu cap tipus de programari distribuït sota aquesta
-llicència.</p></dd>
-
-<dt> <a href="http://directory.fsf.org/wiki/License:SunCSLv2.8";>La llicència 
de codi comunitari de Sun Community</a>.</dt>
-
-<dd><p> Aquesta no és una llicència de programari lliure. Li
-manquen drets essencials com els de publicació de les versions
-modificades. Si us plau no feu servir aquesta llicència i us demanem
-que no utilitzeu cap tipus de programari distribuït sota aquesta
-llicència.</p></dd>
-
-<dt> <a href="http://directory.fsf.org/wiki/License:LucentPLv1.02";>La 
llicència Plan Nine</a>.</dt>
-
-<dd><p> Aquesta no és una llicència de programari lliure, ja que
-li manquen drets essencials com el de poder fer i utilitzar versions
-modificades. Si us plau no feu servir aquesta llicència i us demanem
-que no utilitzeu cap tipus de programari distribuït sota aquesta
-llicència.</p></dd>
-</dl>
-
-
-<div class="big-section">
-<h3 id="DocumentationLicenses">
-    Llicències per a la documentació</h3>
-</div>
-<div style="clear: left;"></div>
-
-<dl>
-<dt> La <a href="/licenses/fdl.html">llicència de
-documentació lliure GNU</a>.</dt>
-
-<dd><p> Aquesta és una llicència dirigida a l'ús de documentació
-lliure sota <i>copyleft</i>. Volem adoptar-la per a tots
-els manuals GNU.</p></dd>
-
-<dt> <a name="OCL"></a>La <a 
href="http://opencontent.org/opl.shtml";>llicència de
-contingut obert (versió 1.0)</a>.</dt>
-
-<dd><p> No és una llicència lliure, perquè té restriccions
-referents al fet d'aplicar un preu a les còpies. Us recomanem no
-utilitzar-la.</p>
-
-<p>Noteu que aquesta llicència no és la mateixa que la <a 
href="#RealOPL">llicència de publicació oberta</a>.</p></dd>
-
-<dt> <a name="RealOPL" href="http://opencontent.org/openpub/";>La
-llicència de publicació oberta (versió 1.0)</a>.</dt>
-
-<dd>
-<p> Aquesta llicència <b>pot</b> ser emprada com
-una llicència de documentació lliure. És una llicència de documentació
-lliure sota copyleft <b>sempre que</b> el propietari del
-copyright no exerciti cap de les "OPCIONS DE LA LLICÈNCIA" llistades a
-la secció VI de la llicència. En el cas de què s'invoqui alguna
-d'aquestes opcions, la llicència deixa der ser lliure.be used as a free
-documentation license. </p>
-
-<p>Això crea dubtes pràctics a l'hora d'emprar o recomanar
-aquesta llicencia. Si la recomaneu sota l'advertència "no feu servir
-cap de les opcions", pot ser que el vostre oient acabi oblidant-se de
-l'advertiment, faci servir alguna de les opcions, i el manual
-esdevingui no lliure. I sense que l'autor ho faci a propòsit!</p>
-
-<p>De manera similar, si algú utilitza aquesta llicència
-sense cap de les opcions que fan el manual lliure, algú més pot decidir
-imitar-vos, i posteriorment canviar de pensament sobre les opcions tot
-pensant-se que és només un detall sense cap importància. El resultat
-pot ser que aquest manual acabi sent no lliure.</p>
-
-<p>Per tant, mentre que els manuals publicats a l'empara
-d'aquesta llicència es poden considerar documentació lliure si no
-s'exerceix cap de les opcions de llicència, és preferible utilitzar la
-Llicència de documentació lliure GNU i estalviar-se riscos.</p>
-
-<p>Noteu també que aquesta llicència no és correspon amb la <a 
href="#OCL">llicència de contingut obert</a>. Aquestes
-dues llicències solen confondre's una amb l'altra. </p>
-</dd>
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-liste de diffusion (en anglais) concernant les dangers des livres
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-href="/philosophy/free-sw.html">logiciels libres</a> ont besoin de
-documentation libre car on doit pouvoir copier, modifier et redistribuer la
-documentation avec les logiciels. Pour être libre, la documentation doit
-être publiée sous une <a
-href="/philosophy/license-list.html#FreeDocumentationLicenses">licence de
-documentation libre</a>.
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-Nous publions nous-mêmes un certain nombre de livres de documentation
-libres. Vous pouvez en <a href="http://shop.fsf.org/";> commander des
-exemplaires imprimés</a>, les télécharger à partir du répertoire
-<code>/gnu/Manuals</code> de notre <a href="/order/ftp.html">site FTP</a> et
-les <a href="/manual/manual.html">consulter en ligne</a>, ceci depuis 1986
-environ.
-</p>
-<p>
-Plus récemment, certain éditeurs commerciaux ont commencé à publier des
-livres libres (tout comme les nôtres, ceux-ci sont libres dans le sens de
-liberté ; les exemplaires imprimés sont vendus). Cette page référence ceux
-dont nous avons connaissance. Si vous trouvez un livre libre qui n'est pas
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-<h3 id="FreeBooks">Livres libres</h3>
-
-<p>
-Les nouvelles références sont placées en début de liste.
-</p>
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-<table class="listing">
-<tr><th>Titre</th> <th>Auteur</th> <th>Éditeur</th>
-<th>ISBN</th> <th>Licence</th> </tr>
-
-<tr>
-<td><a href="http://www.network-theory.co.uk/org/manual/";><cite>The Org Mode 7
-Reference Manual</cite> (pour la version 7.3 d'Org)</a></td>
-<td>Carsten Dominik et coll.</td>
-<td>Network Theory Ltd.</td>
-<td>978-1-906966-08-9</td>
-<td><a href="/licenses/fdl.html">Licence GNU de documentation libre</a></td>
-</tr>
-
-<tr>
-<td><a href="http://www.network-theory.co.uk/postgresql9/";><cite>The
-PostgreSQL 9.0 Reference Manual</cite> (en 4 volumes)</a></td>
-<td>The PostgreSQL Global Development Group</td>
-<td>Network Theory Ltd.</td>
-<td>978-1-906966-<br />{04-1,05-8,06-5,07-2}</td>
-<td><a href="http://directory.fsf.org/wiki/License:BSD_3Clause";>Licence BSD
-modifiée</a></td>
-</tr>
-
-<tr>
-<td><a href="http://www.network-theory.co.uk/perl/language/";><cite>The Perl
-Language Reference Manual</cite> (pour la version 5.12.1 de Perl)</a></td>
-<td>Larry Wall et coll.</td>
-<td>Network Theory Ltd.</td>
-<td>9781906966027</td>
-<td><a href="/licenses/gpl.html">Licence publique générale GNU</a></td>
-</tr>
-
-<tr>
-<td><a href="http://www.network-theory.co.uk/octave/manual/";><cite>GNU Octave
-Manual Version 3</cite></a></td>
-<td>J.W. Eaton et coll.</td>
-<td>Network Theory Ltd.</td>
-<td>095461206X</td>
-<td>Ancienne licence des manuels GNU</td>
-</tr>
-
-<tr>
-<td><a href="http://nostarch.com/wikipedia.htm";><cite>How Wikipedia
-Works</cite></a></td>
-<td>Phoebe Ayers, Charles Matthews et Ben Yates</td>
-<td>No Starch Press</td>
-<td>9781593271763</td>
-<td><a href="/licenses/fdl.html">Licence GNU de documentation libre</a></td>
-</tr>
-
-<tr>
-<td><a
-href="http://www.network-theory.co.uk/valgrind/manual/";><cite>Valgrind 3.3 —
-Advanced Debugging and Profiling for GNU/Linux applications</cite></a></td>
-<td>J. Seward, N. Nethercote, J. Weidendorfer et coll.</td>
-<td>Network Theory Ltd.</td>
-<td>0954612051</td>
-<td><a href="/licenses/fdl.html">Licence GNU de documentation libre</a></td>
-</tr>
-
-<tr>
-<td><a href="http://www.network-theory.co.uk/postgresql/vol1/";><cite>The
-PostgreSQL Reference Manual Volume 1: SQL Language Reference</cite></a></td>
-<td>The PostgreSQL Global Development Group</td>
-<td>Network Theory Ltd.</td>
-<td>0954612027</td>
-<td>Licence de PostgreSQL</td>
-</tr>
-
-<tr>
-<td><a href="http://www.network-theory.co.uk/postgresql/vol2/";><cite>The
-PostgreSQL Reference Manual Volume 2: Programming Guide</cite></a></td>
-<td>The PostgreSQL Global Development Group</td>
-<td>Network Theory Ltd.</td>
-<td>0954612035</td>
-<td>Licence de PostgreSQL</td>
-</tr>
-
-<tr>
-<td><a href="http://www.network-theory.co.uk/postgresql/vol3/";><cite>The
-PostgreSQL Reference Manual Volume 3: Server Administration 
Guide</cite></a></td>
-<td>The PostgreSQL Global Development Group</td>
-<td>Network Theory Ltd.</td>
-<td>0954612043</td>
-<td>Licence de PostgreSQL</td>
-</tr>
-
-<tr>
-<td><a href="http://www.network-theory.co.uk/gcc/intro/";><cite>An Introduction
-to GCC</cite></a></td>
-<td>Brian J. Gough</td>
-<td>Network Theory Ltd.</td>
-<td>0-9541617-9-3</td>
-<td><a href="/licenses/fdl.html">Licence GNU de documentation libre</a></td>
-</tr>
-
-<tr>
-<td><a href="http://www.network-theory.co.uk/python/language/";><cite>Python
-Language Reference Manual</cite></a></td>
-<td>Guido van Rossum et Fred L. Drake, Jr.</td>
-<td>Network Theory Ltd.</td>
-<td>0-9541617-8-5</td>
-<td>Licence de Python</td>
-</tr>
-
-<tr>
-<td><a href="http://www.network-theory.co.uk/python/manual/";><cite>An
-Introduction to Python</cite></a></td>
-<td>Guido van Rossum et Fred L. Drake, Jr.</td>
-<td>Network Theory Ltd.</td>
-<td>0-9541617-6-9</td>
-<td>Licence de Python</td>
-</tr>
-
-<tr>
-<td><a href="http://www.network-theory.co.uk/R/base/";><cite>The R Reference
-Manual – Base Package – Volume 1</cite></a></td>
-<td>The R Development Core Team</td>
-<td>Network Theory Ltd.</td>
-<td>0-9546120-0-0</td>
-<td>Ancienne licence des manuels GNU</td>
-</tr>
-
-<tr>
-<td><a href="http://www.network-theory.co.uk/R/base2/";><cite>The R Reference
-Manual – Base Package – Volume 2</cite></a></td>
-<td>The R Development Core Team</td>
-<td>Network Theory Ltd.</td>
-<td>0-9546120-1-9</td>
-<td>Ancienne licence des manuels GNU</td>
-</tr>
-
-<tr>
-<td><a href="http://www.network-theory.co.uk/bash/manual/";><cite>GNU Bash
-Reference Manual</cite></a></td>
-<td>Chet Ramey et Brian Fox</td>
-<td>Network Theory Ltd.</td>
-<td>0-9541617-7-7</td>
-<td>Ancienne licence des manuels GNU</td>
-</tr>
-
-<tr>
-<td><a href="http://www.network-theory.co.uk/diff/manual/";><cite>Comparing and
-Merging Files with GNU diff and patch</cite></a></td>
-<td>D. MacKenzie, P. Eggert et R. Stallman</td>
-<td>Network Theory Ltd.</td>
-<td>0-9541617-5-0</td>
-<td><a href="/licenses/fdl.html">Licence GNU de documentation libre</a></td>
-</tr>
-
-<tr>
-<td><a href="http://www.network-theory.co.uk/gsl/manual/";><cite>The GNU
-Scientific Library Reference Manual</cite></a></td>
-<td>M. Galassi et coll.</td>
-<td>Network Theory Ltd.</td>
-<td>0-9541617-0-X</td>
-<td><a href="/licenses/fdl.html">Licence GNU de documentation libre</a></td>
-</tr>
-
-<tr>
-<td><a href="http://www.network-theory.co.uk/R/manual/";><cite>An Introduction
-to R</cite></a></td>
-<td>W.N. Venables et coll.</td>
-<td>Network Theory Ltd.</td>
-<td>0-9541617-4-2</td>
-<td>Ancienne licence des manuels GNU</td>
-</tr>
-
-<tr>
-<td><a href="http://www.network-theory.co.uk/octave/manual/";><cite>GNU Octave
-Manual</cite></a></td>
-<td>John W. Eaton</td>
-<td>Network Theory Ltd.</td>
-<td>0-9541617-2-6</td>
-<td>Ancienne licence des manuels GNU</td>
-</tr>
-
-<tr>
-<td><a href="http://www.network-theory.co.uk/cvs/manual/";><cite>Version
-Management with CVS</cite></a></td>
-<td>Per Cederqvist et coll.</td>
-<td>Network Theory Ltd.</td>
-<td>0-9541617-1-8</td>
-<td>Ancienne licence des manuels GNU</td>
-</tr>
-
-<tr>
-<td><a href="http://www.diveintopython.net/";><cite>Dive Into 
Python</cite></a></td>
-<td>Mark Pilgrim</td>
-<td>aPress</td>
-<td>1-59059-356-1</td>
-<td><a href="/licenses/fdl.html">Licence GNU de documentation libre</a></td>
-</tr>
-
-<tr>
-<td><a
-href="http://www.greenteapress.com/thinkpython/thinkpython.html";><cite>How
-to Think Like a Computer Scientist: Learning with Python</cite>, 1re
-édition</a></td>
-<td>Allen Downey, Jeff Elkner et Chris Meyers</td>
-<td>Green Tea</td>
-<td>0971677506</td>
-<td><a href="/licenses/fdl.html">Licence GNU de documentation libre</a></td>
-</tr>
-
-<tr id="ALP_ENTRY">
-<td> <cite>Advanced Linux Programming</cite>, 1re édition</td>
-<td>Mark Mitchell, Jeffery Oldham et Alex Samuel</td>
-<td>New Riders</td>
-<td>0-757-1043-0</td>
-<td><cite>Open Publication License</cite>, version 1.0 (sans option exercée) 
–
-<a href="#ALP_NOTE">voir la note ci-dessous</a></td>
-</tr>
-
-<tr>
-<td><a href="http://www.faqs.org/docs/ZopeBook/";><cite>The Zope Book</cite>, 
1re
-édition</a></td>
-<td>Amos Latteier et Michel Pelletier</td>
-<td>New Riders</td>
-<td>0-7357-1137-2</td>
-<td><cite>Open Publication License</cite>, version 1.0 (sans option 
exercée)</td>
-
-</tr>
-
-<tr id="DRIVER_ENTRY">
-<td><cite>Linux Device Drivers</cite>, 2e édition</td>
-<td>Alessandro Rubini et Jonathan Corbet</td>
-<td>O'Reilly and Associates</td>
-<td>0-596-00008-1</td>
-<td><a href="/licenses/fdl.html">Licence GNU de documentation libre</a> – <a
-href="#DRIVER_NOTE">voir la note ci-dessous</a>
-</td>
-</tr>
-
-<tr>
-<td><cite>Effective</cite> <code>awk</code> <cite>Programming</cite>, 3e 
édition</td>
-<td>Arnold Robbins</td>
-<td>O'Reilly and Associates</td>
-<td>0-596-00070-7</td>
-<td><a href="/licenses/fdl.html">Licence GNU de documentation libre</a></td>
-</tr>
-
-<tr>
-<td><a href="http://sources.redhat.com/autobook/";><cite>GNU Autoconf, Automake,
-and Libtool</cite></a></td>
-<td>Gary V. Vaughan, Ben Elliston, Tom Tromey et Ian Lance Taylor</td>
-<td>New Riders</td>
-<td>1-57870-190-2</td>
-<td><cite>Open Publication License</cite>, version 1.0 (sans option 
exercée)</td>
-</tr>
-
-<tr>
-<td><a href="http://www.gutenberg.org/etext/6527";><cite>Debian GNU/Linux: Guide
-to Installation and Usage</cite></a> (actuellement épuisé)</td>
-<td>John Goerzen et Ossama Othman</td>
-<td>New Riders</td>
-<td>0-7357-0914-9</td>
-<td><a href="/licenses/gpl.html">Licence publique générale GNU</a></td>
-</tr>
-
-<tr>
-<td>GTK+/GNOME Application Development</td>
-<td>Havoc Pennington</td>
-<td>New Riders</td>
-<td>0-7357-0078-8</td>
-<td><cite>Open Publication License</cite>, version 1.0 (sans option 
exercée)</td>
-</tr>
-
-<tr>
-  <td><a href="http://cvsbook.red-bean.com/";><cite>Open Source Development with
-CVS</cite></a></td>
-  <td>Karl Fogel et Moshe Bar</td>
-  <td>Paraglyph Press</td>
-  <td>1932111816</td>
-  <td><a href="http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html";>Licence publique 
générale
-GNU</a></td>
-</tr>
-
-<tr>
-  <td><a href="http://producingoss.com/";><cite>Producing Open Source Software: 
How
-to Run a Successful Free Software Project</cite></a></td>
-  <td>Karl Fogel</td>
-  <td>O'Reilly and Associates</td>
-  <td>978-0596007591</td>
-  <td><a href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/";>Licence Creative
-Commons, attribution de paternité, partage dans les mêmes conditions,
-3.0</a></td>
-</tr>
-
-<tr>
-  <td><a 
href="http://www.cafeshops.com/bartlettpublish.8640017";><cite>Programming
-from the Ground Up</cite></a></td>
-  <td>Jonathan Bartlett</td>
-  <td>Bartlett Publishing</td>
-  <td>0975283847</td>
-  <td><a href="http://www.fsf.org/licensing/licenses/fdl.html";>Licence GNU de
-documentation libre</a></td>
-</tr>
-
-<tr>
-  <td><a 
href="http://www.oreilly.com/catalog/make3/book/index.csp";><cite>Managing
-Projects with GNU Make</cite>, 3e édition</a></td>
-  <td>Robert Mecklenburg</td>
-  <td>O'Reilly and Associates</td>
-  <td>0-596-00610-1</td>
-  <td><a href="http://www.gnu.org/licenses/fdl.html";>Licence GNU de 
documentation
-libre</a></td>
-</tr>
-
-<tr>
-  <td><a href="http://www.oreilly.com/catalog/samba2/book/toc.html";><cite>Using
-Samba</cite>, 2e édition</a></td>
-  <td>Jay Ts, Robert Eckstein et David Collier-Brown</td>
-  <td>O'Reilly and Associates</td>
-  <td>0-596-00256-4</td>
-  <td><a href="http://www.gnu.org/licenses/fdl.html";>Licence GNU de 
documentation
-libre</a></td>
-</tr>
-
-<tr>
-  <td><a href="http://svnbook.red-bean.com/";><cite>Version Control with
-Subversion</cite></a></td>
-  <td>Ben Collins-Sussman, Brian W. Fitzpatrick et C. Michael Pilato</td>
-  <td>O'Reilly and Associates</td>
-  <td>0-596-00448-6</td>
-  <td><a href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/legalcode";>Licence
-Creative Commons, attribution de paternité 2.0</a></td>
-</tr>
-
-<tr>
-  <td><a href="http://www.oreilly.com/openbook/motif/";><cite>Motif Reference
-Manual</cite>, vol. 6B, 2e édition</a></td>
-  <td>Antony Fountain et Paula Ferguson</td>
-  <td>O'Reilly and Associates</td>
-  <td>1-56592-654-4</td>
-  <td><cite>Open Publication License</cite>, version 1.0 ou ultérieure</td>
-</tr>
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-</table>
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-
-<dt><a href="#ALP_ENTRY" name="ALP_NOTE"><strong>Note sur <i>Advanced Linux
-Programming</i>, 1re édition :</strong></a></dt>
-<dd>
-L'édition de juin 2001 avait un avis de licence incorrect. La version
-imprimée indiquait qu'il s'agissait d'un livre privateur. L'éditeur nous a
-assuré que c'était seulement une erreur d'impression et que la licence était
-en fait l'« <cite>Open Publication License</cite>, version 1.0, sans option
-exercée ». La <a
-href="http://www.advancedlinuxprogramming.com/errata.html";>page
-« Errata »</a> l'atteste. Nous avons reçu l'assurance que l'avis de 
licence
-serait corrigé dans la prochaine édition imprimée.
-</dd>
-
-<dt><a href="#DRIVER_ENTRY" name="DRIVER_NOTE"><strong>Note sur <i>Linux Device
-Drivers</i>, 2e édition :</strong></a></dt>
-<dd>
-La version imprimée a incorrectement appliqué la GNU FDL : il manque une
-copie de la GNU FDL et l'avis de licence est incomplet. O'Reilly corrigera
-ces problèmes dans la prochaine édition imprimée.
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-"POT-Creation-Date: 2014-06-22 22:04+0300\n"
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-"Last-Translator: FULL NAME <EMAIL@ADDRESS>\n"
-"Language-Team: LANGUAGE <address@hidden>\n"
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-"MIME-Version: 1.0\n"
-"Content-Type: text/plain; charset=CHARSET\n"
-"Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit\n"
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-#. #set var="ORIGINAL_LINK" value="<a href=\"${ORIGINAL_FILE}.en\">" 
-#. #if expr='"${OUTDATED_SINCE}" != ""' 
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-#. type: Content of: <div><p>
-msgid "This translation may not reflect the changes made since"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. #echo encoding="none" var="OUTDATED_SINCE" 
-#
-#. TRANSLATORS: The link to the English page will follow this string. 
-#. type: Content of: <div><p>
-msgid "in the"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. #echo encoding="none" var="ORIGINAL_LINK" 
-#
-#. TRANSLATORS: The text of the link; the next string is the last part
-#.               of the sentence (just a period in English). 
-#. type: Content of: <div><p>
-msgid "<strong>English original</strong>"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. type: Content of: <div>
-msgid "."
-msgstr ""
-
-#. #else 
-#
-#. TRANSLATORS: The link to the English page will follow this string. 
-#. type: Content of: <div>
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Index: style.css
===================================================================
RCS file: style.css
diff -N style.css
--- style.css   1 Nov 2015 13:06:03 -0000       1.13
+++ /dev/null   1 Jan 1970 00:00:00 -0000
@@ -1,39 +0,0 @@
-/* this stylesheet is used by older resources, as well as manuals. */
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-
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3%; }
-
-/* Specifically for sections of the Emacs manual which start at the top
-   of the page. */
-div.node { border-top: 1em solid white; }
-
-/* This restores the normal margin for pages which use #null-wrapper
-   or .inner. */
-#null-wrapper h2, #null-wrapper h3, #null-wrapper h4, #null-wrapper h5,
- #null-wrapper p, .inner h2, .inner h3, .inner h4, .inner h5, .inner p {
-   padding-left: 0; padding-right: 0;
-}
-
-/* For old-style pages. */
-#logo {
-   background:url(/graphics/topbanner.png) no-repeat;
-   float: left;
-   padding:0; margin:0; border:0;
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-#logo a {
-   display:block; overflow:hidden;
-   width:550px;
-   height:0px;
-   text-decoration:none;
-   padding:0; padding-top:101px;
-   margin:0; border:0;
-   cursor:pointer;
-}
-

Index: style.fr.css
===================================================================
RCS file: style.fr.css
diff -N style.fr.css
--- style.fr.css        7 Sep 2015 22:26:36 -0000       1.5
+++ /dev/null   1 Jan 1970 00:00:00 -0000
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-
-/*
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-Copyright (C) 2006, 2007 Free Software Foundation
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-Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person
-obtaining a copy of this software and associated documentation
-files (the "Software"), to deal in the Software without
-restriction, including without limitation the rights to use,
-copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell
-copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the
-Software is furnished to do so, subject to the following
-conditions:
-
-The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be
-included in all copies or substantial portions of the Software.
-
-*/
-
-/* attention gnu webmasters - please don't edit this file, instead,
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-
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-
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RCS file: style.rtl.css
diff -N style.rtl.css
--- style.rtl.css       1 Nov 2015 13:06:03 -0000       1.9
+++ /dev/null   1 Jan 1970 00:00:00 -0000
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-/*
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-files (the "Software"), to deal in the Software without
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RCS file: test-outdated.html
diff -N test-outdated.html
--- test-outdated.html  23 Jun 2014 10:01:58 -0000      1.13
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-Si vous souhaitez nous aider à remettre cette page en état, merci de
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-<h2>&Gamma;&iota;&alpha;&tau;ί
-&tau;&omicron;
-&Lambda;&omicron;&gamma;&iota;&sigma;&mu;&iota;&kappa;ό
-&Delta;&epsilon;&nu; &Theta;&alpha;
-Έ&pi;&rho;&epsilon;&pi;&epsilon;
-&nu;&alpha; Έ&chi;&epsilon;&iota;
-&Iota;&delta;&iota;&omicron;&kappa;&tau;ή&tau;&epsilon;&sigmaf;</h2>
-
-
-
-
-<p>&tau;&omicron;&upsilon; <a href="http://www.stallman.org/";><strong>Richard
-Stallman</strong></a></p>
-
-
-
-
-<p>&Eta;
-&psi;&eta;&phi;&iota;&alpha;&kappa;ή
-&tau;&epsilon;&chi;&nu;&omicron;&lambda;&omicron;&gamma;ί&alpha;
-&tau;&eta;&sigmaf;
-&pi;&lambda;&eta;&rho;&omicron;&phi;&omicron;&rho;&iota;&kappa;ή&sigmaf;
-&sigma;&upsilon;&nu;&epsilon;&iota;&sigma;&phi;έ&rho;&epsilon;&iota;
-&sigma;&tau;&omicron;&nu;
-&kappa;ό&sigma;&mu;&omicron;, &mu;&epsilon;
-&tau;&omicron; &nu;&alpha;
-&kappa;ά&nu;&epsilon;&iota;
-&epsilon;&upsilon;&kappa;&omicron;&lambda;ό&tau;&epsilon;&rho;&eta;
-&tau;&eta;&nu;
-&alpha;&nu;&tau;&iota;&gamma;&rho;&alpha;&phi;ή
-&kappa;&alpha;&iota;
-&tau;&rho;&omicron;&pi;&omicron;&pi;&omicron;ί&eta;&sigma;&eta;
-&delta;&epsilon;&delta;&omicron;&mu;έ&nu;&omega;&nu;.
-&Omicron;&iota;
-&upsilon;&pi;&omicron;&lambda;&omicron;&gamma;&iota;&sigma;&tau;έ&sigmaf;
-&upsilon;&pi;ό&sigma;&chi;&omicron;&nu;&tau;&alpha;&iota;
-&nu;&alpha;
-&kappa;ά&nu;&omicron;&upsilon;&nu;
-&alpha;&upsilon;&tau;ά,
-&epsilon;&upsilon;&kappa;&omicron;&lambda;ό&tau;&epsilon;&rho;&alpha;,
-&gamma;&iota;&alpha;
-ό&lambda;&omicron;&upsilon;&sigmaf;
-&mu;&alpha;&sigmaf;.</p>
-
-
-
-
-<p>Ό&chi;&iota; ό&lambda;&omicron;&iota;,
-&theta;έ&lambda;&omicron;&upsilon;&nu;
-&nu;&alpha; &tau;&omicron;
-&kappa;ά&nu;&omicron;&upsilon;&nu;
-&epsilon;&upsilon;&kappa;&omicron;&lambda;ό&tau;&epsilon;&rho;&omicron;.
-&Tau;&omicron;
-&sigma;ύ&sigma;&tau;&eta;&mu;&alpha;
-&tau;&omega;&nu;
-&delta;&iota;&kappa;&alpha;&iota;&omega;&mu;ά&tau;&omega;&nu;
-&delta;&eta;&mu;&iota;&omicron;&upsilon;&rho;&gamma;ώ&nu;,
-&delta;ί&nu;&epsilon;&iota;
-&sigma;&tau;&alpha;
-&pi;&rho;&omicron;&gamma;&rho;ά&mu;&mu;&alpha;&tau;&alpha;
-&lambda;&omicron;&gamma;&iota;&sigma;&mu;&iota;&kappa;&omicron;ύ
-"&iota;&delta;&iota;&omicron;&kappa;&tau;ή&tau;&epsilon;&sigmaf;",
-&omicron;&iota;
-&pi;&epsilon;&rho;&iota;&sigma;&sigma;ό&tau;&epsilon;&rho;&omicron;&iota;
-&tau;&omega;&nu;
-&omicron;&pi;&omicron;ί&omega;&nu;
-&sigma;&kappa;&omicron;&pi;&epsilon;ύ&omicron;&upsilon;&nu;
-&nu;&alpha;
-&pi;&alpha;&rho;&alpha;&kappa;&rho;&alpha;&tau;ή&sigma;&omicron;&upsilon;&nu;
-&tau;&iota;&sigmaf;
-&pi;&iota;&theta;&alpha;&nu;έ&sigmaf;, 
&epsilon;&upsilon;&epsilon;&rho;&gamma;&epsilon;&tau;&iota;&kappa;έ&sigmaf;
-&delta;&upsilon;&nu;&alpha;&tau;ό&tau;&eta;&tau;&epsilon;&sigmaf;
-&tau;&omicron;&upsilon;
-&lambda;&omicron;&gamma;&iota;&sigma;&mu;&iota;&kappa;&omicron;ύ,
-&mu;&alpha;&kappa;&rho;&iota;ά &alpha;&pi;ό
-&tau;&omicron;&upsilon;&sigmaf;
-&upsilon;&pi;ό&lambda;&omicron;&iota;&pi;&omicron;&upsilon;&sigmaf;
-&alpha;&nu;&theta;&rho;ώ&pi;&omicron;&upsilon;&sigmaf;.
-&Alpha;&upsilon;&tau;&omicron;ί,
-&theta;έ&lambda;&omicron;&upsilon;&nu;
-&nu;&alpha; &epsilon;ί&nu;&alpha;&iota;
-&omicron;&iota;
-&mu;&omicron;&nu;&alpha;&delta;&iota;&kappa;&omicron;ί
-&pi;&omicron;&upsilon;
-&mu;&pi;&omicron;&rho;&omicron;ύ&nu;
-&nu;&alpha;
-&alpha;&nu;&tau;&iota;&gamma;&rho;ά&psi;&omicron;&upsilon;&nu;
-&kappa;&alpha;&iota; &nu;&alpha;
-&tau;&rho;&omicron;&pi;&omicron;&pi;&omicron;&iota;ή&sigma;&omicron;&upsilon;&nu;
-&tau;&omicron;
-&lambda;&omicron;&gamma;&iota;&sigma;&mu;&iota;&kappa;ό
-&pi;&omicron;&upsilon;
-&chi;&rho;&eta;&sigma;&iota;&mu;&omicron;&pi;&omicron;&iota;&omicron;ύ&mu;&epsilon;.</p>
-
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-
-
-<p>&Tau;&omicron;
-&sigma;ύ&sigma;&tau;&eta;&mu;&alpha;
-&tau;&omega;&nu;
-&delta;&iota;&kappa;&alpha;&iota;&omega;&mu;ά&tau;&omega;&nu;
-&delta;&eta;&mu;&iota;&omicron;&upsilon;&rho;&gamma;ώ&nu;,
-&alpha;&nu;&alpha;&pi;&tau;ύ&chi;&theta;&eta;&kappa;&epsilon;
-&mu;&epsilon; &tau;&eta;&nu;
-&tau;&upsilon;&pi;&omicron;&gamma;&rho;&alpha;&phi;ί&alpha;
--
-&mu;&iota;&alpha;
-&tau;&epsilon;&chi;&nu;&omicron;&lambda;&omicron;&gamma;ί&alpha;
-&gamma;&iota;&alpha;
-&mu;&alpha;&zeta;&iota;&kappa;ή
-&pi;&alpha;&rho;&alpha;&gamma;&omega;&gamma;ή
-&alpha;&nu;&tau;&iota;&gamma;&rho;ά&phi;&omega;&nu;. &Tau;&alpha;
-&delta;&iota;&kappa;&alpha;&iota;ώ&mu;&alpha;&tau;&alpha;
-&delta;&eta;&mu;&iota;&omicron;&upsilon;&rho;&gamma;&omicron;ύ
-(Copyright)
-&tau;&alpha;ί&rho;&iota;&alpha;&xi;&epsilon;
-&mu;&epsilon;
-&alpha;&upsilon;&tau;ή&nu; &tau;&eta;&nu;
-&tau;&epsilon;&chi;&nu;&omicron;&lambda;&omicron;&gamma;ί&alpha;,
-&delta;&iota;ό&tau;&iota;
-&pi;&epsilon;&rho;&iota;ό&rho;&iota;&zeta;&epsilon;
-&mu;ό&nu;&omicron;
-&tau;&omicron;&upsilon;&sigmaf;
-&mu;&alpha;&zeta;&iota;&kappa;&omicron;ύ&sigmaf;
-&alpha;&nu;&tau;&iota;&gamma;&rho;&alpha;&phi;&epsilon;ί&sigmaf;
-&beta;&iota;&beta;&lambda;ί&omega;&nu;.
-&Delta;&epsilon;&nu;
-έ&pi;&alpha;&iota;&rho;&nu;&epsilon;
-&tau;&eta;&nu;
-&epsilon;&lambda;&epsilon;&upsilon;&theta;&epsilon;&rho;ί&alpha;
-&alpha;&pi;ό &tau;&omicron;&upsilon;&sigmaf;
-&alpha;&nu;&alpha;&gamma;&nu;ώ&sigma;&tau;&epsilon;&sigmaf;
-&tau;&omega;&nu;
-&beta;&iota;&beta;&lambda;ί&omega;&nu;.
-Έ&nu;&alpha;&sigmaf;
-&sigma;&upsilon;&nu;&eta;&theta;&iota;&sigma;&mu;έ&nu;&omicron;&sigmaf;
-&alpha;&nu;&alpha;&gamma;&nu;ώ&sigma;&tau;&eta;&sigmaf;,
-&omicron;
-&omicron;&pi;&omicron;ί&omicron;&sigmaf;
-&delta;&epsilon;&nu;
-&kappa;&alpha;&tau;&epsilon;ί&chi;&epsilon;
-&tau;&upsilon;&pi;&omicron;&gamma;&rho;&alpha;&phi;&epsilon;ί&omicron;,
-&mu;&pi;&omicron;&rho;&omicron;ύ&sigma;&epsilon;
-&nu;&alpha;
-&alpha;&nu;&tau;&iota;&gamma;&rho;ά&psi;&epsilon;&iota;
-&beta;&iota;&beta;&lambda;ί&alpha;
-&mu;ό&nu;&omicron;
-&chi;&rho;&eta;&sigma;&iota;&mu;&omicron;&pi;&omicron;&iota;ώ&nu;&tau;&alpha;&sigmaf;
-&chi;&alpha;&rho;&tau;ί
-&kappa;&alpha;&iota;
-&mu;&epsilon;&lambda;ά&nu;&iota;,
-&kappa;&alpha;&iota;
-&lambda;ί&gamma;&omicron;&iota;
-&alpha;&nu;&alpha;&gamma;&nu;ώ&sigma;&tau;&epsilon;&sigmaf;
-&mu;&eta;&nu;ύ&theta;&eta;&kappa;&alpha;&nu;
-&gamma;&iota;&alpha;
-&alpha;&upsilon;&tau;ό.</p>
-
-
-
-
-<p>&Eta;
-&psi;&eta;&phi;&iota;&alpha;&kappa;ή
-&tau;&epsilon;&chi;&nu;&omicron;&lambda;&omicron;&gamma;ί&alpha;,
-&epsilon;ί&nu;&alpha;&iota; &pi;&iota;&omicron;
-&epsilon;&upsilon;έ&lambda;&iota;&kappa;&tau;&eta;
-&alpha;&pi;ό
-&tau;&omicron;
-&tau;&upsilon;&pi;&omicron;&gamma;&rho;&alpha;&phi;&epsilon;ί&omicron;:
-ό&tau;&alpha;&nu; &eta;
-&pi;&lambda;&eta;&rho;&omicron;&phi;&omicron;&rho;ί&alpha;
-έ&chi;&epsilon;&iota;
-&psi;&eta;&phi;&iota;&alpha;&kappa;ή
-&mu;&omicron;&rho;&phi;ή,
-&mu;&pi;&omicron;&rho;&epsilon;ί&tau;&epsilon;
-&epsilon;ύ&kappa;&omicron;&lambda;&alpha;
-&nu;&alpha; &tau;&eta;&nu;
-&alpha;&nu;&tau;&iota;&gamma;&rho;ά&psi;&epsilon;&tau;&epsilon;
-&kappa;&alpha;&iota; &nu;&alpha;
-&tau;&eta;&nu;
-&mu;&omicron;&iota;&rho;&alpha;&sigma;&tau;&epsilon;ί&tau;&epsilon;
-&mu;&epsilon;
-ά&lambda;&lambda;&omicron;&upsilon;&sigmaf;.
-&Alpha;&upsilon;&tau;ή
-&alpha;&kappa;&rho;&iota;&beta;ώ&sigmaf;
-&eta;
-&epsilon;&upsilon;&epsilon;&lambda;&iota;&xi;ί&alpha;,
-&epsilon;&delta;&eta;&mu;&iota;&omicron;ύ&rho;&gamma;&eta;&sigma;&epsilon;
-έ&nu;&alpha;&nu; &kappa;&alpha;&kappa;ό
-&sigma;&upsilon;&nu;&delta;&upsilon;&alpha;&sigma;&mu;ό
-&mu;&epsilon;
-έ&nu;&alpha;
-&sigma;ύ&sigma;&tau;&eta;&mu;&alpha;
-&pi;&alpha;&rho;&epsilon;&mu;&phi;&epsilon;&rho;έ&sigmaf;
-&mu;&epsilon;
-&tau;&alpha;
-&delta;&iota;&kappa;&alpha;&iota;ώ&mu;&alpha;&tau;&alpha;
-&delta;&eta;&mu;&iota;&omicron;&upsilon;&rho;&gamma;&omicron;ύ.
-&Alpha;&upsilon;&tau;ό&sigmaf;
-&epsilon;ί&nu;&alpha;&iota;
-&kappa;&alpha;&iota; &omicron;
-&lambda;ό&gamma;&omicron;&sigmaf;
-&pi;ί&sigma;&omega; &alpha;&pi;ό
-&tau;&eta;&nu;
-&kappa;&lambda;&iota;&mu;&alpha;&kappa;&omicron;ύ&mu;&epsilon;&nu;&eta;
-&mu;&omicron;&chi;&theta;&eta;&rho;ί&alpha;
-&kappa;&alpha;&iota;
-&tau;&alpha;
-&delta;&rho;&alpha;&kappa;ό&nu;&tau;&epsilon;&iota;&alpha;
-&mu;έ&tau;&rho;&alpha; &nu;&alpha;
-&epsilon;&pi;&iota;&beta;&lambda;&eta;&theta;&omicron;ύ&nu;
-&tau;&alpha;
-&delta;&iota;&kappa;&alpha;&iota;ώ&mu;&alpha;&tau;&alpha;
-&delta;&eta;&mu;&iota;&omicron;&upsilon;&rho;&gamma;ώ&nu;
-&lambda;&omicron;&gamma;&iota;&sigma;&mu;&iota;&kappa;&omicron;ύ.
-&Lambda;ά&beta;&epsilon;&tau;&epsilon;
-&upsilon;&pi;'ό&psi;&iota;&nu;
-&sigma;&alpha;&sigmaf; &tau;&iota;&sigmaf;
-&tau;έ&sigma;&sigma;&epsilon;&rho;&iota;&sigmaf;
-&pi;&rho;&alpha;&kappa;&tau;&iota;&kappa;έ&sigmaf;
-&tau;&eta;&sigmaf;
-Έ&nu;&omega;&sigma;&eta;&sigmaf;
-&Epsilon;&kappa;&delta;&omicron;&tau;ώ&nu;
-&Lambda;&omicron;&gamma;&iota;&sigma;&mu;&iota;&kappa;&omicron;ύ
-(Software Publishers Association - SPA):</p>
-
-
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-
-<ul>
-
-
-
-
-  <li>&Mu;&alpha;&zeta;&iota;&kappa;ή
-&pi;&rho;&omicron;&pi;&alpha;&gamma;ά&nu;&delta;&alpha;
-&pi;&omicron;&upsilon; &lambda;έ&epsilon;&iota;
-&pi;ώ&sigmaf;
-&epsilon;ί&nu;&alpha;&iota;
-&lambda;ά&theta;&omicron;&sigmaf;
-&nu;&alpha;
-&pi;&alpha;&rho;&alpha;&kappa;&omicron;ύ&sigma;&epsilon;&tau;&epsilon;
-&tau;&omicron;&upsilon;&sigmaf;
-&iota;&delta;&iota;&omicron;&kappa;&tau;ή&tau;&epsilon;&sigmaf;
-&lambda;&omicron;&gamma;&iota;&sigma;&mu;&iota;&kappa;&omicron;ύ
-&kappa;&alpha;&iota; &nu;&alpha;
-&beta;&omicron;&eta;&theta;ή&sigma;&epsilon;&tau;&epsilon;
-&tau;&omicron; &phi;ί&lambda;&omicron;
-&sigma;&alpha;&sigmaf;.</li>
-
-
-
-
-  <li>&Delta;&epsilon;&lambda;&epsilon;&alpha;&sigma;&mu;ό&sigmaf;
-&gamma;&iota;&alpha;
-&chi;&alpha;&phi;&iota;έ&delta;&epsilon;&sigmaf;,
-ώ&sigma;&tau;&epsilon; &nu;&alpha;
-&delta;ί&delta;&omicron;&upsilon;&nu;
-&pi;&lambda;&eta;&rho;&omicron;&phi;&omicron;&rho;ί&epsilon;&sigmaf;
-&gamma;&iota;&alpha;
-&sigma;&upsilon;&nu;&epsilon;&rho;&gamma;ά&tau;&epsilon;&sigmaf;
-&kappa;&alpha;&iota;
-&sigma;&upsilon;&nu;ά&delta;&epsilon;&lambda;&phi;&omicron;&upsilon;&sigmaf;.</li>
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-
-
-  
<li>&Epsilon;&pi;&iota;&delta;&rho;&omicron;&mu;έ&sigmaf;&nbsp;(&mu;&epsilon;
-&alpha;&sigma;&tau;&upsilon;&nu;&omicron;&mu;&iota;&kappa;ή
-&beta;&omicron;ή&theta;&epsilon;&iota;&alpha;)
-&sigma;&epsilon;
-&gamma;&rho;&alpha;&phi;&epsilon;ί&alpha;
-&kappa;&alpha;&iota;
-&sigma;&chi;&omicron;&lambda;&epsilon;ί&alpha;,
-&sigma;&tau;&alpha;
-&omicron;&pi;&omicron;ί&alpha;
-&lambda;έ&gamma;&omicron;&upsilon;&nu;
-&sigma;&tau;&omicron;&upsilon;&sigmaf;
-&alpha;&nu;&theta;&rho;ώ&pi;&omicron;&upsilon;&sigmaf;
-&pi;ώ&sigmaf;
-&pi;&rho;έ&pi;&epsilon;&iota; &nu;&alpha;
-&alpha;&pi;&omicron;&delta;&epsilon;ί&xi;&omicron;&upsilon;&nu;
-&tau;&eta;&nu;
-&alpha;&theta;&omega;&omicron;&tau;&eta;&tau;ά
-&tau;&omicron;&upsilon;&sigmaf;
-&gamma;&iota;&alpha;
-&pi;&alpha;&rho;ά&nu;&omicron;&mu;&eta;
-&alpha;&nu;&tau;&iota;&gamma;&rho;&alpha;&phi;ή.</li>
-
-
-
-
-  <li>&Delta;ί&omega;&xi;&eta;
-(&alpha;&pi;ό &tau;&eta;&nu;
-&kappa;&upsilon;&beta;έ&rho;&nu;&eta;&sigma;&eta;
-&tau;&omega;&nu;
-&Eta;.&Pi;.&Alpha;.
-έ&pi;&epsilon;&iota;&tau;&alpha;
-&alpha;&pi;ό
-&alpha;ί&tau;&eta;&mu;&alpha;
-&tau;&eta;&sigmaf; SPA)
-&alpha;&nu;&theta;&rho;ώ&pi;&omega;&nu;,
-ό&pi;&omega;&sigmaf; &omicron;
-David LaMacchia &tau;&omicron;&upsilon;
-&Mu;.&Iota;.&Tau;.,
-ό&chi;&iota; &gamma;&iota;&alpha;
-&alpha;&nu;&tau;&iota;&gamma;&rho;&alpha;&phi;ή
-&lambda;&omicron;&gamma;&iota;&sigma;&mu;&iota;&kappa;&omicron;ύ
-(&delta;&epsilon;&nu;
-&kappa;&alpha;&tau;&eta;&gamma;&omicron;&rho;ή&theta;&eta;&kappa;&epsilon;
-&pi;&omicron;&tau;έ &gamma;&iota;&alpha;
-&kappa;ά&tau;&iota;
-&tau;έ&tau;&omicron;&iota;&omicron;)
-&alpha;&lambda;&lambda;ά
-&alpha;&pi;&lambda;ώ&sigmaf;
-&gamma;&iota;&alpha; &tau;&eta;&nu;
-&alpha;&nu;&alpha;&pi;&omicron;&tau;&epsilon;&lambda;&epsilon;&sigma;&mu;&alpha;&tau;&iota;&kappa;ή
-&phi;ύ&lambda;&alpha;&xi;&eta;
-&tau;&omega;&nu;
-&sigma;&upsilon;&sigma;&kappa;&epsilon;&upsilon;ώ&nu;
-&alpha;&nu;&tau;&iota;&gamma;&rho;&alpha;&phi;ή&sigmaf;
-&kappa;&alpha;&iota; &tau;&eta;&nu;
-&alpha;&pi;&omicron;&tau;&upsilon;&chi;ί&alpha;&sigmaf;
-&sigma;&tau;&omicron; &nu;&alpha;
-&epsilon;&lambda;έ&gamma;&xi;&epsilon;&iota;&nbsp;&tau;&eta;&nu;
-&chi;&rho;ή&sigma;&eta;
-&tau;&omicron;&upsilon;&sigmaf;.</li>
-
-
-
-
-</ul>
-
-
-
-
-<p>&Kappa;&alpha;&iota; &omicron;&iota;
-&tau;έ&sigma;&sigma;&epsilon;&rho;&iota;&sigmaf;
-&pi;&alpha;&rho;&alpha;&pi;ά&nu;&omega;
-&pi;&rho;&alpha;&kappa;&tau;&iota;&kappa;έ&sigmaf;,
-&pi;&rho;&omicron;&sigma;&omicron;&mu;&omicron;&iota;ά&zeta;&omicron;&upsilon;&nu;
-&alpha;&upsilon;&tau;έ&sigmaf;
-&pi;&omicron;&upsilon;
-&chi;&rho;&eta;&sigma;&iota;&mu;&omicron;&pi;&omicron;&iota;ή&theta;&eta;&kappa;&alpha;&nu;
-&sigma;&tau;&eta;&nu; &pi;&rho;ώ&eta;&nu;
-&Epsilon;.&Sigma;.&Sigma;.&Delta;.,
-ό&pi;&omicron;&upsilon;
-&kappa;ά&theta;&epsilon;
-&phi;&omega;&tau;&omicron;&tau;&upsilon;&pi;&iota;&kappa;ό
-&mu;&eta;&chi;ά&nu;&eta;&mu;&alpha;
-&epsilon;ί&chi;&epsilon;
-&kappa;&alpha;&iota; &alpha;&pi;ό
-έ&nu;&alpha;&nu;
-&phi;&rho;&omicron;&upsilon;&rho;ό
-ώ&sigma;&tau;&epsilon; &nu;&alpha;
-&pi;&rho;&omicron;&lambda;&alpha;&beta;&alpha;ί&nu;&epsilon;&iota;
-&tau;&iota;&sigmaf;
-&pi;&alpha;&rho;ά&nu;&omicron;&mu;&epsilon;&sigmaf;
-&alpha;&nu;&tau;&iota;&gamma;&rho;&alpha;&phi;έ&sigmaf;,
-ό&pi;&omicron;&upsilon; &omicron;&iota;
-&iota;&delta;&iota;ώ&tau;&epsilon;&sigmaf;
-έ&pi;&rho;&epsilon;&pi;&epsilon;
-&nu;&alpha;
-&alpha;&nu;&tau;&iota;&gamma;&rho;ά&phi;&omicron;&upsilon;&nu;
-&pi;&lambda;&eta;&rho;&omicron;&phi;&omicron;&rho;ί&epsilon;&sigmaf;
-&kappa;&rho;&upsilon;&phi;ά,
-&kappa;&alpha;&iota; &nu;&alpha;
-&tau;&iota;&sigmaf;
-&pi;&epsilon;&rho;&nu;&omicron;ύ&nu;
-&chi;έ&rho;&iota; &mu;&epsilon;
-&chi;έ&rho;&iota;, &tau;&alpha;
-&lambda;&epsilon;&gamma;ό&mu;&epsilon;&nu;&alpha;&nbsp;
-&ldquo;samizdat&rdquo;.
-&Upsilon;&pi;ά&rho;&chi;&epsilon;&iota;
-&beta;έ&beta;&alpha;&iota;&alpha;
-&mu;&iota;&alpha;
-&delta;&iota;&alpha;&phi;&omicron;&rho;ά:
-&tau;&omicron;
-&kappa;ί&nu;&eta;&tau;&rho;&omicron;
-&sigma;&tau;&eta;&nu;
-&Sigma;&omicron;&beta;&iota;&epsilon;&tau;&iota;&kappa;ή
-Έ&nu;&omega;&sigma;&eta;
-&gamma;&iota;&alpha; &tau;&omicron;&nu;
-έ&lambda;&epsilon;&gamma;&chi;&omicron;
-&tau;&eta;&sigmaf;
-&pi;&lambda;&eta;&rho;&omicron;&phi;&omicron;&rho;ί&alpha;&sigmaf;,
-ή&tau;&alpha;&nu;
-&pi;&omicron;&lambda;&iota;&tau;&iota;&kappa;ό
-&epsilon;&nu;ώ &sigma;&tau;&iota;&sigmaf;
-&Eta;.&Pi;.&Alpha;.
-&tau;&omicron;
-&kappa;ί&nu;&eta;&tau;&rho;&omicron;
-&epsilon;ί&nu;&alpha;&iota; &tau;&omicron;
-&kappa;έ&rho;&delta;&omicron;&sigmaf;.
-&Alpha;&lambda;&lambda;ά
-&alpha;&upsilon;&tau;έ&sigmaf;
-&epsilon;ί&nu;&alpha;&iota;
-&omicron;&iota;
-&epsilon;&nu;έ&rho;&gamma;&epsilon;&iota;&epsilon;&sigmaf;
-&pi;&omicron;&upsilon; &mu;&alpha;&sigmaf;
-&epsilon;&pi;&eta;&rho;&epsilon;ά&zeta;&omicron;&upsilon;&nu;,
-ό&chi;&iota; &tau;&alpha;
-&kappa;ί&nu;&eta;&tau;&rho;&alpha;.
-&Kappa;ά&theta;&epsilon;
-&pi;&rho;&omicron;&sigma;&pi;ά&theta;&epsilon;&iota;&alpha;
-&gamma;&iota;&alpha;
-&pi;&alpha;&rho;&epsilon;&mu;&pi;ό&delta;&iota;&sigma;&eta;
-&tau;&omicron;&upsilon;
-&delta;&iota;&alpha;&mu;&omicron;&iota;&rho;&alpha;&sigma;&mu;&omicron;ύ
-&tau;&eta;&sigmaf;
-&pi;&lambda;&eta;&rho;&omicron;&phi;&omicron;&rho;ί&alpha;&sigmaf;,
-&gamma;&iota;&alpha;
-&omicron;&pi;&omicron;&iota;&omicron;&delta;ή&pi;&omicron;&tau;&epsilon;
-&lambda;ό&gamma;&omicron;,
-&omicron;&delta;&eta;&gamma;&epsilon;ί
-&sigma;&tau;&iota;&sigmaf;
-ί&delta;&iota;&epsilon;&sigmaf;
-&mu;&epsilon;&theta;ό&delta;&omicron;&upsilon;&sigmaf;
-&kappa;&alpha;&iota; &sigma;&tau;&eta;&nu;
-ί&delta;&iota;&alpha;
-&sigma;&kappa;&lambda;&eta;&rho;ό&tau;&eta;&tau;&alpha;.</p>
-
-
-
-
-<p>&Omicron;&iota;
-&iota;&delta;&iota;&omicron;&kappa;&tau;ή&tau;&epsilon;&sigmaf;
-έ&chi;&omicron;&upsilon;&nu;
-&delta;&iota;&alpha;&phi;ό&rho;&omega;&nu;
-&epsilon;&iota;&delta;ώ&nu;
-&epsilon;&pi;&iota;&chi;&epsilon;&iota;&rho;ή&mu;&alpha;&tau;&alpha;,
-&gamma;&iota;&alpha; &tau;&eta;&nu;
-&alpha;&pi;ό&delta;&omicron;&sigma;&eta;
-&sigma;&epsilon;
-&alpha;&upsilon;&tau;&omicron;ύ&sigmaf;
-&tau;&omicron;&upsilon;
-&epsilon;&lambda;έ&gamma;&chi;&omicron;&upsilon;
-&gamma;&iota;&alpha;
-&tau;&omicron; &pi;ώ&sigmaf;
-&chi;&rho;&eta;&sigma;&iota;&mu;&omicron;&pi;&omicron;&iota;&omicron;ύ&mu;&epsilon;
-&tau;&eta;&nu;
-&pi;&lambda;&eta;&rho;&omicron;&phi;&omicron;&rho;ί&alpha;:</p>
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-<ul>
-
-
-
-
-  <li id="name-calling">&Epsilon;&pi;&iota;&theta;&epsilon;&tau;&iota;&kappa;ή
-&omicron;&nu;&omicron;&mu;&alpha;&tau;&omicron;&lambda;&omicron;&gamma;ί&alpha;.
-    
-    
-    
-    <p>&Omicron;&iota;
-&iota;&delta;&iota;&omicron;&kappa;&tau;ή&tau;&epsilon;&sigmaf;
-&chi;&rho;&eta;&sigma;&iota;&mu;&omicron;&pi;&omicron;&iota;&omicron;ύ&nu;
-&delta;&upsilon;&sigma;&phi;&eta;&mu;&iota;&sigma;&tau;&iota;&kappa;έ&sigmaf;
-&epsilon;&kappa;&phi;&rho;ά&sigma;&epsilon;&iota;&sigmaf;
-ό&pi;&omega;&sigmaf;
-"&pi;&epsilon;&iota;&rho;&alpha;&tau;&epsilon;ί&alpha;"
-&kappa;&alpha;&iota;
-"&kappa;&lambda;&omicron;&pi;ή",
-&kappa;&alpha;&iota;
-&iota;&delta;&iota;&alpha;ί&tau;&epsilon;&rho;&epsilon;&sigmaf;
-&omicron;&rho;&omicron;&lambda;&omicron;&gamma;ί&epsilon;&sigmaf;
-ό&pi;&omega;&sigmaf;
-"&pi;&nu;&epsilon;&upsilon;&mu;&alpha;&tau;&iota;&kappa;ά
-&delta;&iota;&kappa;&alpha;&iota;ώ&mu;&alpha;&tau;&alpha;"
-&kappa;&alpha;&iota;
-"&beta;&lambda;ά&beta;&eta;"
-ώ&sigma;&tau;&epsilon; &nu;&alpha;
-&sigma;&upsilon;&sigma;&tau;ή&sigma;&omicron;&upsilon;&nu;
-&sigma;&tau;&omicron;
-&kappa;&omicron;&iota;&nu;ό,
-έ&nu;&alpha;&nu;
-&sigma;&upsilon;&gamma;&kappa;&epsilon;&kappa;&rho;&iota;&mu;έ&nu;&omicron;
-&tau;&rho;ό&pi;&omicron;
-&sigma;&kappa;έ&psi;&epsilon;&omega;&sigmaf;,
-&mu;&iota;&alpha;
-&alpha;&pi;&lambda;&omicron;&upsilon;&sigma;&tau;&epsilon;&upsilon;&mu;έ&nu;&eta;
-&alpha;&nu;&alpha;&lambda;&omicron;&gamma;ί&alpha;
-&mu;&epsilon;&tau;&alpha;&xi;ύ
-&pi;&rho;&omicron;&gamma;&rho;&alpha;&mu;&mu;ά&tau;&omega;&nu;
-&kappa;&alpha;&iota;
-&upsilon;&lambda;&iota;&kappa;ώ&nu;
-&alpha;&nu;&tau;&iota;&kappa;&epsilon;&iota;&mu;έ&nu;&omega;&nu;.</p>
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-    <p>&Omicron;&iota;
-&iota;&delta;έ&epsilon;&sigmaf;
-&kappa;&alpha;&iota;
-&delta;&iota;&alpha;&iota;&sigma;&theta;ή&sigma;&epsilon;&iota;&sigmaf;
-&mu;&alpha;&sigmaf;, &gamma;&iota;&alpha;
-&tau;&eta;&nu;
-&iota;&delta;&iota;&omicron;&kappa;&tau;&eta;&sigma;ί&alpha;
-&upsilon;&lambda;&iota;&kappa;ώ&nu;
-&alpha;&nu;&tau;&iota;&kappa;&epsilon;&iota;&mu;έ&nu;&omega;&nu;,
-&epsilon;ί&nu;&alpha;&iota;
-&gamma;&iota;&alpha; &tau;&omicron;
-&epsilon;ά&nu; &epsilon;ί&nu;&alpha;&iota;
-&sigma;&omega;&sigma;&tau;ό<span style="font-style: italic;">
-&nu;&alpha; &pi;ά&rho;&epsilon;&iota;
-&kappa;&alpha;&nu;&epsilon;ί&sigmaf;
-έ&nu;&alpha;
-&alpha;&nu;&tau;&iota;&kappa;&epsilon;ί&mu;&epsilon;&nu;&omicron;
-&alpha;&pi;ό &tau;&eta;&nu;
-&kappa;&alpha;&tau;&omicron;&chi;ή
-&kappa;ά&pi;&omicron;&iota;&omicron;&upsilon;
-ά&lambda;&lambda;&omicron;&upsilon;</span>.
-&Delta;&epsilon;&nu;
-&upsilon;&pi;ά&gamma;&omicron;&nu;&tau;&alpha;&iota;
-&epsilon;&upsilon;&theta;έ&omega;&sigmaf;
-&sigma;&tau;&omicron;
-&nu;&alpha; <span style="font-style: 
italic;">&alpha;&nu;&tau;&iota;&gamma;&rho;ά&psi;&epsilon;&iota;
-    </span>&kappa;ά&tau;&iota;
-&alpha;&pi;ό &kappa;ά&pi;&omicron;&upsilon;.
-&Alpha;&lambda;&lambda;ά
-&omicron;&iota;
-&iota;&delta;&iota;&omicron;&kappa;&tau;ή&tau;&epsilon;&sigmaf;
-&tau;&omicron;
-&epsilon;&phi;&alpha;&rho;&mu;ό&zeta;&omicron;&upsilon;&nu;
-έ&tau;&sigma;&iota; &kappa;&alpha;&iota;
-&alpha;&lambda;&lambda;&iota;ώ&sigmaf;.</p>
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-  <li id="exaggeration">&Upsilon;&pi;&epsilon;&rho;&beta;&omicron;&lambda;ή.
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-    <p>&Omicron;&iota;
-&iota;&delta;&iota;&omicron;&kappa;&tau;ή&tau;&epsilon;&sigmaf;
-&lambda;έ&nu;&epsilon; &pi;ώ&sigmaf;
-&upsilon;&pi;&omicron;&phi;έ&rho;&omicron;&upsilon;&nu;
-"&beta;&lambda;ά&beta;&eta;" ή
-"&omicron;&iota;&kappa;&omicron;&nu;&omicron;&mu;&iota;&kappa;ή
-&alpha;&pi;ώ&lambda;&epsilon;&iota;&alpha;"
-ό&tau;&alpha;&nu;
-&omicron;&iota;
-&chi;&rho;ή&sigma;&tau;&epsilon;&sigmaf;
-&alpha;&nu;&tau;&iota;&gamma;&rho;ά&phi;&omicron;&upsilon;&nu;
-&pi;&rho;&omicron;&gamma;&rho;ά&mu;&mu;&alpha;&tau;&alpha;,
-&mu;ό&nu;&omicron;&iota;
-&tau;&omicron;&upsilon;&sigmaf;.
-&Alpha;&lambda;&lambda;ά &eta;
-&alpha;&nu;&tau;&iota;&gamma;&rho;&alpha;&phi;ή,
-&delta;&epsilon;&nu;
-έ&chi;&epsilon;&iota;
-ά&mu;&epsilon;&sigma;&eta;
-&epsilon;&pi;ί&pi;&tau;&omega;&sigma;&eta;
-&sigma;&tau;&omicron;&nu;
-&iota;&delta;&iota;&omicron;&kappa;&tau;ή&tau;&eta;,
-&delta;&epsilon;&nu;
-&epsilon;&pi;&iota;&phi;έ&rho;&epsilon;&iota;
-&beta;&lambda;ά&beta;&eta; &sigma;&epsilon;
-&kappa;&alpha;&nu;έ&nu;&alpha;&nu;.
-&Omicron;
-&iota;&delta;&iota;&omicron;&kappa;&tau;ή&tau;&eta;&sigmaf;
-&chi;ά&nu;&epsilon;&iota;
-&mu;ό&nu;&omicron; &sigma;&tau;&eta;&nu;
-&pi;&epsilon;&rho;ί&pi;&tau;&omega;&sigma;&eta;, ό&pi;&omicron;&upsilon;
-&alpha;&upsilon;&tau;ό&sigmaf;
-&pi;&omicron;&upsilon;
-έ&kappa;&alpha;&nu;&epsilon; &tau;&omicron;
-&alpha;&nu;&tau;ί&gamma;&rho;&alpha;&phi;&omicron;,
-&theta;&alpha;
-&pi;&lambda;ή&rho;&omega;&nu;&epsilon;
-&sigma;&epsilon;
-ά&lambda;&lambda;&eta;
-&pi;&epsilon;&rho;ί&pi;&tau;&omega;&sigma;&eta;,
-&gamma;&iota;&alpha; έ&nu;&alpha;
-&alpha;&nu;&tau;ί&gamma;&rho;&alpha;&phi;&omicron;
-&alpha;&pi;ό
-&tau;&omicron;&nu;
-&iota;&delta;&iota;&omicron;&kappa;&tau;ή&tau;&eta;.&nbsp;</p>
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-    <p>&Mu;&epsilon; &lambda;ί&gamma;&eta;
-&sigma;&kappa;έ&psi;&eta;,
-&phi;&alpha;ί&nu;&epsilon;&tau;&alpha;&iota;
-&pi;&omega;&sigmaf;
-&omicron;&iota;
-&pi;&epsilon;&rho;&iota;&sigma;&sigma;ό&tau;&epsilon;&rho;&omicron;&iota;
-&tau;έ&tau;&omicron;&iota;&omicron;&iota;
-ά&nu;&theta;&rho;&omega;&pi;&omicron;&iota;,
-&delta;&epsilon;&nu;
-&theta;&alpha;
-&alpha;&gamma;ό&rho;&alpha;&zeta;&alpha;&nu;
-&alpha;&nu;&tau;ί&gamma;&rho;&alpha;&phi;&alpha;.
-&Alpha;&pi;ό
-&tau;&eta;&nu; ά&lambda;&lambda;&eta;,
-&omicron;&iota;
-&iota;&delta;&iota;&omicron;&kappa;&tau;ή&tau;&epsilon;&sigmaf;
-&upsilon;&pi;&omicron;&lambda;&omicron;&gamma;ί&zeta;&omicron;&upsilon;&nu;
-&tau;&iota;&sigmaf;
-"&alpha;&pi;ώ&lambda;&epsilon;&iota;έ&sigmaf;"
-&tau;&omicron;&upsilon;&sigmaf;,
-&omega;&sigmaf;
-&kappa;ά&theta;&epsilon; έ&nu;&alpha;&sigmaf;
-&theta;&alpha;
-&alpha;&gamma;ό&rho;&alpha;&zeta;&epsilon;
-&kappa;&alpha;&iota;
-&alpha;&pi;ό έ&nu;&alpha;
-&alpha;&nu;&tau;ί&gamma;&rho;&alpha;&phi;&omicron;.
-&Alpha;&upsilon;&tau;ό
-&epsilon;ί&nu;&alpha;&iota;
-&upsilon;&pi;&epsilon;&rho;&beta;&omicron;&lambda;ή,
-&nu;&alpha;
-&tau;&omicron; &theta;έ&sigma;&omega;
-&epsilon;&upsilon;&gamma;&epsilon;&nu;&iota;&kappa;ά.</p>
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-  <li id="law">&Omicron;
-&Nu;ό&mu;&omicron;&sigmaf;.
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-    <p>&Omicron;&iota;
-&iota;&delta;&iota;&omicron;&kappa;&tau;ή&tau;&epsilon;&sigmaf;
-&sigma;&upsilon;&chi;&nu;ά
-&pi;&epsilon;&rho;&iota;&gamma;&rho;ά&phi;&omicron;&upsilon;&nu;
-&tau;&eta;&nu;
-&tau;&rho;έ&chi;&omicron;&upsilon;&sigma;&alpha;
-&nu;&omicron;&mu;&omicron;&lambda;&omicron;&gamma;ί&alpha;,
-&kappa;&alpha;&iota; &tau;&iota;&sigmaf;
-&sigma;&kappa;&lambda;&eta;&rho;έ&sigmaf;
-&pi;&omicron;&iota;&nu;έ&sigmaf;
-&mu;&epsilon; &tau;&iota;&sigmaf;
-&omicron;&pi;&omicron;ί&epsilon;&sigmaf;
-&mu;&alpha;&sigmaf;
-&alpha;&pi;&epsilon;&iota;&lambda;&omicron;ύ&nu;.
-&Sigma;&epsilon;
-&alpha;&upsilon;&tau;ή&nu; &tau;&eta;&nu;
-&pi;&rho;&omicron;&sigma;έ&gamma;&gamma;&iota;&sigma;&eta;,
-&sigma;&upsilon;&nu;&epsilon;&pi;ά&gamma;&epsilon;&tau;&alpha;&iota;
-&kappa;&alpha;&iota; &eta;
-&pi;&rho;ό&tau;&alpha;&sigma;&eta;,
-&pi;ώ&sigmaf; &omicron;
-&sigma;&eta;&mu;&epsilon;&rho;&iota;&nu;ό&sigmaf;
-&nu;ό&mu;&omicron;&sigmaf;
-&alpha;&nu;&tau;&alpha;&nu;&alpha;&kappa;&lambda;ά
-&mu;&iota;&alpha;
-ά&pi;&omicron;&psi;&eta;
-&eta;&theta;&iota;&kappa;ό&tau;&eta;&tau;&alpha;&sigmaf;
-&epsilon;&kappa;
-&mu;έ&rho;&omicron;&upsilon;&sigmaf;
-&tau;&omicron;&upsilon;
-&nu;&omicron;&mu;&omicron;&theta;έ&tau;&eta;,
-&alpha;&lambda;&lambda;ά
-&pi;&alpha;&rho;'ό&lambda;&alpha;
-&alpha;&upsilon;&tau;ά, &mu;&alpha;&sigmaf;
-&pi;&rho;&omicron;&tau;&rho;έ&pi;&omicron;&upsilon;&nu;
-&pi;&omega;&sigmaf;
-&pi;&rho;έ&pi;&epsilon;&iota;
-&tau;&alpha;&upsilon;&tau;ό&chi;&rho;&omicron;&nu;&alpha;
-&nu;&alpha;
-&theta;&epsilon;&omega;&rho;&omicron;ύ&mu;&epsilon;
-&tau;&iota;&sigmaf;
-&pi;&omicron;&iota;&nu;έ&sigmaf;
-&kappa;&alpha;&iota; &tau;&alpha;
-&pi;&rho;ό&sigma;&tau;&iota;&mu;&alpha;
-&omega;&sigmaf;
-&phi;&upsilon;&sigma;&iota;&kappa;ά
-&phi;&alpha;&iota;&nu;ό&mu;&epsilon;&nu;&alpha;
-&gamma;&iota;&alpha;
-&tau;&alpha; &omicron;&pi;&omicron;ί&alpha;
-&delta;&epsilon;&nu;
-&mu;&pi;&omicron;&rho;&epsilon;ί
-&nu;&alpha;
-&kappa;&alpha;&tau;&eta;&gamma;&omicron;&rho;&eta;&theta;&epsilon;ί
-&kappa;&alpha;&nu;&epsilon;ί&sigmaf;.</p>
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-    <p>&Alpha;&upsilon;&tau;ή &eta;
-&mu;έ&theta;&omicron;&delta;&omicron;&sigmaf;
-&tau;&eta;&sigmaf;
-&pi;&epsilon;&iota;&theta;&omicron;ύ&sigmaf;,
-&delta;&epsilon;&nu;
-&epsilon;ί&nu;&alpha;&iota;
-&phi;&tau;&iota;&alpha;&gamma;&mu;έ&nu;&eta;
-&nu;&alpha;
-&alpha;&nu;&tau;&iota;&mu;&epsilon;&tau;&omega;&pi;ί&sigma;&epsilon;&iota;
-&kappa;&rho;&iota;&tau;&iota;&kappa;ή
-&sigma;&kappa;έ&psi;&eta;,
-&pi;&rho;&omicron;&omicron;&rho;ί&zeta;&epsilon;&tau;&alpha;&iota;
-&gamma;&iota;&alpha; &nu;&alpha;
-&epsilon;&nu;&iota;&sigma;&chi;ύ&sigma;&epsilon;&iota;
-έ&nu;&alpha;&nu;
-&delta;&rho;ό&mu;&omicron;
-&pi;&nu;&epsilon;&upsilon;&mu;&alpha;&tau;&iota;&kappa;ή&sigmaf;
-&sigma;&upsilon;&nu;ή&theta;&epsilon;&iota;&alpha;&sigmaf;.</p>
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-    <p>&Epsilon;ί&nu;&alpha;&iota;
-&beta;&alpha;&sigma;&iota;&kappa;ό
-&nu;&alpha;
-&gamma;&nu;&omega;&rho;ί&zeta;&omicron;&upsilon;&mu;&epsilon;
-&pi;ώ&sigmaf; &omicron;&iota;
-&nu;ό&mu;&omicron;&iota;,
-&delta;&epsilon;&nu;
-&alpha;&pi;&omicron;&phi;&alpha;&sigma;ί&zeta;&omicron;&upsilon;&nu;
-&gamma;&iota;&alpha; &tau;&omicron; &tau;ί
-&epsilon;ί&nu;&alpha;&iota;
-&sigma;&omega;&sigma;&tau;ό
-&kappa;&alpha;&iota; &tau;ί
-&epsilon;ί&nu;&alpha;&iota;
-&lambda;ά&theta;&omicron;&sigmaf;.
-&Kappa;ά&theta;&epsilon;
-&Alpha;&mu;&epsilon;&rho;&iota;&kappa;&alpha;&nu;ό&sigmaf;{&Sigma;.&tau;.&Mu;&tau;&phi;:
-&kappa;&alpha;&iota; ό&chi;&iota;
-&mu;ό&nu;&omicron;...}
-&theta;&alpha;
-έ&pi;&rho;&epsilon;&pi;&epsilon;
-&nu;&alpha;
-&gamma;&nu;&omega;&rho;ί&zeta;&epsilon;&iota;
-&pi;ώ&sigmaf;,
-&sigma;&alpha;&rho;ά&nu;&tau;&alpha;
-&chi;&rho;ό&nu;&iota;&alpha;
-&pi;&rho;&iota;&nu;, ή&tau;&alpha;&nu;
-&pi;&alpha;&rho;ά&nu;&omicron;&mu;&omicron;
-&sigma;&epsilon;
-&pi;&omicron;&lambda;&lambda;έ&sigmaf;
-&pi;&omicron;&lambda;&iota;&tau;&epsilon;ί&epsilon;&sigmaf;
-&gamma;&iota;&alpha; έ&nu;&alpha;&nu;
-έ&gamma;&chi;&rho;&omega;&mu;&omicron;
-&nu;&alpha;
-&kappa;&alpha;&theta;ί&sigma;&epsilon;&iota;
-&sigma;&tau;&omicron;
-&mu;&pi;&rho;&omicron;&sigma;&tau;&iota;&nu;ό
-&tau;&mu;ή&mu;&alpha;
-&epsilon;&nu;ό&sigmaf;
-&lambda;&epsilon;&omega;&phi;&omicron;&rho;&epsilon;ί&omicron;&upsilon;,
-&alpha;&lambda;&lambda;ά &mu;ό&nu;&omicron;
-&omicron;&iota;
-&rho;&alpha;&tau;&sigma;&iota;&sigma;&tau;έ&sigmaf;
-&theta;&alpha;
-έ&lambda;&epsilon;&gamma;&alpha;&nu;
-&pi;ώ&sigmaf; &tau;&omicron;
-&nu;&alpha;
-&kappa;ά&theta;&epsilon;&tau;&alpha;&iota;
-&epsilon;&kappa;&epsilon;ί έ&nu;&alpha;&sigmaf;
-έ&gamma;&chi;&rho;&omega;&mu;&omicron;&sigmaf;,
-&theta;&alpha;
-ή&tau;&alpha;&nu;
-&lambda;ά&theta;&omicron;&sigmaf;.</p>
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-  <li id="natural-rights">&Phi;&upsilon;&sigma;&iota;&kappa;ά
-&delta;&iota;&kappa;&alpha;&iota;ώ&mu;&alpha;&tau;&alpha;.
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-    <p>&Omicron;&iota;
-&sigma;&upsilon;&gamma;&gamma;&rho;&alpha;&phi;&epsilon;ί&sigmaf;
-&pi;&rho;&omicron;&gamma;&rho;&alpha;&mu;&mu;ά&tau;&omega;&nu;,
-&sigma;&upsilon;&chi;&nu;ά
-&epsilon;&pi;&iota;&kappa;&alpha;&lambda;&omicron;ύ&nu;&tau;&alpha;&iota;
-&mu;&iota;&alpha;
-&epsilon;&iota;&delta;&iota;&kappa;ή
-&sigma;&chi;έ&sigma;&eta; &mu;&epsilon;
-&tau;&alpha;
-&pi;&rho;&omicron;&gamma;&rho;ά&mu;&mu;&alpha;&tau;&alpha;
-&pi;&omicron;&upsilon;
-έ&chi;&omicron;&upsilon;&nu;
-&gamma;&rho;ά&psi;&epsilon;&iota;
-&kappa;&alpha;&iota; &omega;&sigmaf;
-&alpha;&pi;&omicron;&tau;έ&lambda;&epsilon;&sigma;&mu;&alpha;,
-&omicron;&iota;
-&epsilon;&pi;&iota;&theta;&upsilon;&mu;ί&epsilon;&sigmaf;
-&kappa;&alpha;&iota; &tau;&alpha;
-&epsilon;&nu;&delta;&iota;&alpha;&phi;έ&rho;&omicron;&nu;&tau;ά
-&tau;&omicron;&upsilon;&sigmaf;,
-&alpha;&pi;&lambda;ώ&sigmaf;
-&zeta;&upsilon;&gamma;ί&zeta;&omicron;&upsilon;&nu;
-&pi;&epsilon;&rho;&iota;&sigma;&sigma;ό&tau;&epsilon;&rho;&omicron;
-&alpha;&pi;ό &alpha;&upsilon;&tau;ά
-&omicron;&pi;&omicron;&iota;&omicron;&upsilon;&delta;ή&pi;&omicron;&tau;&epsilon;
-ά&lambda;&lambda;&omicron;&upsilon; ή
-&alpha;&kappa;ό&mu;&alpha;
-&kappa;&alpha;&iota;
-&omicron;&lambda;ό&kappa;&lambda;&eta;&rho;&omicron;&upsilon;
-&tau;&omicron;&upsilon;
-&kappa;ό&sigma;&mu;&omicron;&upsilon;.
-(&Tau;&upsilon;&pi;&iota;&kappa;ά,
-&epsilon;&tau;&alpha;&iota;&rho;&epsilon;ί&epsilon;&sigmaf;,
-ό&chi;&iota;
-&sigma;&upsilon;&gamma;&gamma;&rho;&alpha;&phi;&epsilon;ί&sigmaf;,
-&delta;&iota;&alpha;&tau;&eta;&rho;&omicron;ύ&nu;
-&tau;&alpha;
-&delta;&iota;&kappa;&alpha;&iota;ώ&mu;&alpha;&tau;&alpha;
-&delta;&eta;&mu;&iota;&omicron;&upsilon;&rho;&gamma;ώ&nu;,
-&alpha;&lambda;&lambda;ά
-&pi;&epsilon;&rho;&iota;&mu;έ&nu;&omicron;&upsilon;&nu;
-&alpha;&pi;ό
-&epsilon;&mu;ά&sigmaf; &nu;&alpha;
-&pi;&alpha;&rho;&alpha;&beta;&lambda;έ&psi;&omicron;&upsilon;&mu;&epsilon;
-&alpha;&upsilon;&tau;ή&nu; &tau;&eta;&nu;
-&delta;&iota;&alpha;&phi;&omicron;&rho;ά).</p>
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-    <p>&Gamma;&iota;&alpha;
-ό&sigma;&omicron;&upsilon;&sigmaf;
-&pi;&rho;&omicron;&tau;&epsilon;ί&nu;&omicron;&upsilon;&nu;
-&alpha;&upsilon;&tau;ό, &omega;&sigmaf;
-&eta;&theta;&iota;&kappa;ό
-&alpha;&xi;ί&omega;&mu;&alpha; -&omicron;
-&sigma;&upsilon;&gamma;&gamma;&rho;&alpha;&phi;έ&alpha;&sigmaf;
-&tau;&omicron;&upsilon;
-&pi;&rho;&omicron;&gamma;&rho;ά&mu;&mu;&alpha;&tau;&omicron;&sigmaf;
-&epsilon;ί&nu;&alpha;&iota;
-&sigma;&eta;&mu;&alpha;&nu;&tau;&iota;&kappa;ό&tau;&epsilon;&rho;&omicron;&sigmaf;
-&alpha;&pi;ό &epsilon;&sigma;ά&sigmaf;-
-&mu;&pi;&omicron;&rho;ώ
-&nu;&alpha; &pi;&omega; &mu;ό&nu;&omicron;
-&pi;&omega;&sigmaf;
-&epsilon;&gamma;ώ, έ&nu;&alpha;&sigmaf;
-&delta;&iota;&alpha;&kappa;&epsilon;&kappa;&rho;&iota;&mu;έ&nu;&omicron;&sigmaf;
-&sigma;&upsilon;&gamma;&gamma;&rho;&alpha;&phi;έ&alpha;&sigmaf;
-&lambda;&omicron;&gamma;&iota;&sigma;&mu;&iota;&kappa;&omicron;ύ,
-&tau;&omicron; &theta;&epsilon;&omega;&rho;ώ
-&alpha;&nu;&omicron;&eta;&sigma;ί&alpha;.</p>
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-    <p>&Alpha;&lambda;&lambda;ά
-&sigma;&upsilon;&nu;ή&theta;&omega;&sigmaf;
-&omicron;&iota;
-ά&nu;&theta;&rho;&omega;&pi;&omicron;&iota;,
-&tau;&epsilon;ί&nu;&omicron;&upsilon;&nu;
-&nu;&alpha; έ&chi;&omicron;&upsilon;&nu;
-&kappa;ά&pi;&omicron;&iota;&alpha;
-&sigma;&upsilon;&mu;&pi;ά&theta;&epsilon;&iota;&alpha;
-&gamma;&iota;&alpha;
-&tau;&omicron;&upsilon;&sigmaf;
-&iota;&sigma;&chi;&upsilon;&rho;&iota;&sigma;&mu;&omicron;ύ&sigmaf;
-&gamma;&iota;&alpha;
-&phi;&upsilon;&sigma;&iota;&kappa;ά
-&delta;&iota;&kappa;&alpha;&iota;ώ&mu;&alpha;&tau;&alpha;,
-&gamma;&iota;&alpha; &delta;ύ&omicron;
-&lambda;ό&gamma;&omicron;&upsilon;&sigmaf;:</p>
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-    <p>Έ&nu;&alpha;&sigmaf;
-&lambda;ό&gamma;&omicron;&sigmaf;
-&epsilon;ί&nu;&alpha;&iota; &eta;
-&tau;&rho;&alpha;&beta;&eta;&gamma;&mu;έ&nu;&eta;
-&alpha;&nu;&alpha;&lambda;&omicron;&gamma;ί&alpha;
-&mu;&epsilon; &tau;&alpha;
-&upsilon;&lambda;&iota;&kappa;ά
-&alpha;&gamma;&alpha;&theta;ά.
-Ό&tau;&alpha;&nu;
-&mu;&alpha;&gamma;&epsilon;&iota;&rho;&epsilon;ύ&omega;
-&mu;&alpha;&kappa;&alpha;&rho;ό&nu;&iota;&alpha;,
-&pi;&rho;ά&gamma;&mu;&alpha;&tau;&iota;
-&epsilon;&nu;ί&sigma;&tau;&alpha;&mu;&alpha;&iota;
-&epsilon;ά&nu;
-&kappa;ά&pi;&omicron;&iota;&omicron;&sigmaf;
-ά&lambda;&lambda;&omicron;&sigmaf; &tau;&alpha;
-&phi;ά&epsilon;&iota;,
-&delta;&iota;ό&tau;&iota;
-&tau;ό&tau;&epsilon; &delta;&epsilon;
-&mu;&pi;&omicron;&rho;ώ &nu;&alpha;
-&tau;&alpha; &phi;ά&omega; &epsilon;&gamma;ώ.
-&Eta; &pi;&rho;ά&xi;&eta;
-&tau;&omicron;&upsilon; &mu;&epsilon;
-&zeta;&eta;&mu;&iota;ώ&nu;&epsilon;&iota;,
-ό&sigma;&omicron; &kappa;ά&nu;&epsilon;&iota;
-&kappa;&alpha;&lambda;ό &sigma;&epsilon;
-&alpha;&upsilon;&tau;ό&nu;,
-&mu;ό&nu;&omicron; έ&nu;&alpha;&sigmaf;
-&mu;&pi;&omicron;&rho;&epsilon;ί
-&nu;&alpha; &phi;ά&epsilon;&iota;
-&tau;&eta;
-&mu;&alpha;&kappa;&alpha;&rho;&omicron;&nu;ά&delta;&alpha;,
-&tau;&omicron;
-&epsilon;&rho;ώ&tau;&eta;&mu;&alpha;
-&lambda;&omicron;&iota;&pi;ό&nu;
-&epsilon;ί&nu;&alpha;&iota;,
-&pi;&omicron;&iota;ό&sigmaf; ; &Eta;
-&mu;&iota;&kappa;&rho;ό&tau;&epsilon;&rho;&alpha;
-&delta;&iota;&alpha;&phi;&omicron;&rho;ά
-&mu;&epsilon;&tau;&alpha;&xi;ύ
-&mu;&alpha;&sigmaf;
-&epsilon;ί&nu;&alpha;&iota;
-&alpha;&rho;&kappa;&epsilon;&tau;ή
-&gamma;&iota;&alpha; &nu;&alpha;
-&alpha;&nu;&alpha;&tau;&rho;έ&psi;&epsilon;&iota;
-&tau;&eta;&nu; &eta;&theta;&iota;&kappa;ή
-&iota;&sigma;&omicron;&rho;&rho;&omicron;&pi;ί&alpha;.</p>
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-    <p>&Alpha;&lambda;&lambda;ά
-&tau;&omicron; &epsilon;ά&nu;
-&mu;&pi;&omicron;&rho;&epsilon;ί&tau;&epsilon;
-&nu;&alpha;
-&tau;&rho;έ&xi;&epsilon;&tau;&epsilon; ή
-&nu;&alpha;
-&tau;&rho;&omicron;&pi;&omicron;&pi;&omicron;&iota;ή&sigma;&epsilon;&tau;&epsilon;
-έ&nu;&alpha;
-&pi;&rho;ό&gamma;&rho;&alpha;&mu;&mu;&alpha;
-&pi;&omicron;&upsilon;
-έ&gamma;&rho;&alpha;&psi;&alpha;,
-&epsilon;&pi;&eta;&rho;&epsilon;ά&zeta;&epsilon;&iota;
-&epsilon;&sigma;ά&sigmaf;
-ά&mu;&epsilon;&sigma;&alpha;,
-&kappa;&alpha;&iota;
-&epsilon;&mu;έ&nu;&alpha;
-&mu;ό&nu;&omicron;
-έ&mu;&mu;&epsilon;&sigma;&alpha;.
-&Tau;&omicron; &epsilon;ά&nu; &theta;&alpha;
-&delta;ώ&sigma;&epsilon;&tau;&epsilon;
-έ&nu;&alpha;
-&alpha;&nu;&tau;ί&gamma;&rho;&alpha;&phi;&omicron;
-&sigma;&epsilon; έ&nu;&alpha;&nu;
-&phi;ί&lambda;&omicron; &sigma;&alpha;&sigmaf;,
-&epsilon;&pi;&eta;&rho;&epsilon;ά&zeta;&epsilon;&iota;
-&epsilon;&sigma;ά&sigmaf; &kappa;&alpha;&iota;
-&tau;&omicron; &phi;ί&lambda;&omicron;
-&sigma;&alpha;&sigmaf; &pi;&omicron;&lambda;ύ
-&pi;&epsilon;&rho;&iota;&sigma;&sigma;ό&tau;&epsilon;&rho;&omicron;,
-&alpha;&pi;ό ό&tau;&iota;
-&epsilon;&pi;&eta;&rho;&epsilon;ά&zeta;&epsilon;&iota;
-&epsilon;&mu;έ&nu;&alpha;.
-&Delta;&epsilon;&nu; &theta;&alpha;
-έ&pi;&rho;&epsilon;&pi;&epsilon;
-&nu;&alpha; έ&chi;&omega; &tau;&eta;
-&delta;ύ&nu;&alpha;&mu;&eta; &nu;&alpha;
-&sigma;&alpha;&sigmaf;
-&epsilon;&pi;&iota;&beta;ά&lambda;&lambda;&omega;
-&nu;&alpha; &mu;&eta;&nu;
-&kappa;ά&nu;&epsilon;&tau;&epsilon;
-&alpha;&upsilon;&tau;ά &tau;&alpha;
-&pi;&rho;ά&gamma;&mu;&alpha;&tau;&alpha;.
-&Kappa;&alpha;&nu;έ&nu;&alpha;&sigmaf;
-&delta;&epsilon;&nu; &theta;&alpha;
-έ&pi;&rho;&epsilon;&pi;&epsilon;
-&nu;&alpha; &tau;&eta;&nu;
-έ&chi;&epsilon;&iota;.</p>
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-    <p>&Omicron;
-&delta;&epsilon;ύ&tau;&epsilon;&rho;&omicron;&sigmaf;
-&lambda;ό&gamma;&omicron;&sigmaf;
-&epsilon;ί&nu;&alpha;&iota; &pi;ώ&sigmaf;,
-έ&chi;&omicron;&upsilon;&nu;
-&pi;&epsilon;&iota;
-&sigma;&tau;&omicron;&upsilon;&sigmaf;
-&alpha;&nu;&theta;&rho;ώ&pi;&omicron;&upsilon;&sigmaf;
-ό&tau;&iota; &tau;&alpha;
-&phi;&upsilon;&sigma;&iota;&kappa;ά
-&delta;&iota;&kappa;&alpha;&iota;ώ&mu;&alpha;&tau;&alpha;
-&tau;&omega;&nu;
-&sigma;&upsilon;&gamma;&gamma;&rho;&alpha;&phi;έ&omega;&nu;
-&epsilon;ί&nu;&alpha;&iota;
-&alpha;&pi;&omicron;&delta;&epsilon;&kappa;&tau;ή
-&kappa;&alpha;&iota;
-&alpha;&delta;&iota;&alpha;&mu;&phi;&iota;&sigma;&beta;ή&tau;&eta;&tau;&eta;
-&pi;&alpha;&rho;ά&delta;&omicron;&sigma;&eta;
-&tau;&eta;&sigmaf;
-&kappa;&omicron;&iota;&nu;&omega;&nu;ί&alpha;&sigmaf;
-&mu;&alpha;&sigmaf;.</p>
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-    <p>&Alpha;&pi;ό
-&iota;&sigma;&tau;&omicron;&rho;&iota;&kappa;ή&sigmaf;
-&alpha;&pi;ό&psi;&epsilon;&omega;&sigmaf;,
-&tau;&omicron;
-&alpha;&nu;&tau;ί&theta;&epsilon;&tau;&omicron;
-&alpha;&lambda;&eta;&theta;&epsilon;ύ&epsilon;&iota;.
-&Eta; &iota;&delta;έ&alpha;
-&tau;&omega;&nu;
-&delta;&iota;&kappa;&alpha;&iota;&omega;&mu;ά&tau;&omega;&nu;
-&delta;&eta;&mu;&iota;&omicron;&upsilon;&rho;&gamma;ώ&nu;
-&pi;&rho;&omicron;&tau;ά&theta;&eta;&kappa;&epsilon;
-&kappa;&alpha;&iota; &delta;&epsilon;&nu;
-έ&gamma;&iota;&nu;&epsilon;
-&delta;&epsilon;&kappa;&tau;ή,
-ό&tau;&alpha;&nu; &tau;&omicron;
-&Sigma;ύ&nu;&tau;&alpha;&gamma;&mu;&alpha;
-&tau;&omega;&nu; &Eta;.&Pi;.&Alpha;.
-&gamma;&rho;&alpha;&phi;ό&tau;&alpha;&nu;.
-&Gamma;&iota;&alpha; &alpha;&upsilon;&tau;ό
-&tau;&omicron;
-&Sigma;ύ&nu;&tau;&alpha;&gamma;&mu;&alpha;
-&tau;&omega;&nu; &Eta;.&Pi;.&Alpha;.
-&alpha;&pi;&lambda;ώ&sigmaf; <span style="font-style: 
italic;">&epsilon;&pi;&iota;&tau;&rho;έ&pi;&epsilon;&iota;</span>
-έ&nu;&alpha;
-&sigma;ύ&sigma;&tau;&eta;&mu;&alpha;
-&delta;&iota;&kappa;&alpha;&iota;&omega;&mu;ά&tau;&omega;&nu;
-&delta;&eta;&mu;&iota;&omicron;&upsilon;&rho;&gamma;ώ&nu;
-&delta;&epsilon;&nu; <span style="font-style: 
italic;">&pi;&rho;&omicron;ϋ&pi;&omicron;&theta;έ&tau;&epsilon;&iota;</span>
-έ&nu;&alpha;, &gamma;&iota;&alpha;
-&alpha;&upsilon;&tau;ό &lambda;έ&epsilon;&iota;
-&pi;&omega;&sigmaf; &tau;&alpha;
-&delta;&iota;&kappa;&alpha;&iota;ώ&mu;&alpha;&tau;&alpha;
-&delta;&eta;&mu;&iota;&omicron;&upsilon;&rho;&gamma;ώ&nu;
-&epsilon;ί&nu;&alpha;&iota;
-&pi;&rho;&omicron;&sigma;&omega;&rho;&iota;&nu;ά.
-&Epsilon;&pi;ί&sigma;&eta;&sigmaf;
-&delta;&eta;&lambda;ώ&nu;&epsilon;&iota;
-&pi;ώ&sigmaf; &omicron;
-&sigma;&kappa;&omicron;&pi;ό&sigmaf;
-&tau;&omega;&nu;
-&delta;&iota;&kappa;&alpha;&iota;&omega;&mu;ά&tau;&omega;&nu;
-&delta;&eta;&mu;&iota;&omicron;&upsilon;&rho;&gamma;&omicron;ύ,
-&epsilon;ί&nu;&alpha;&iota; &nu;&alpha;
-&pi;&rho;&omicron;ά&gamma;&epsilon;&iota;
-&tau;&eta;&nu;
-&pi;&rho;ό&omicron;&delta;&omicron;,
-ό&chi;&iota; &nu;&alpha;
-&alpha;&nu;&tau;&alpha;&mu;&epsilon;ί&psi;&epsilon;&iota;
-&tau;&omicron;&upsilon;&sigmaf;
-&sigma;&upsilon;&gamma;&gamma;&rho;&alpha;&phi;&epsilon;ί&sigmaf;.
-&Tau;&alpha;
-&delta;&iota;&kappa;&alpha;&iota;ώ&mu;&alpha;&tau;&alpha;
-&delta;&eta;&mu;&iota;&omicron;&upsilon;&rho;&gamma;ώ&nu;
-&epsilon;&nu; &tau;έ&lambda;&epsilon;&iota;
-&alpha;&nu;&tau;&alpha;&mu;&epsilon;ί&beta;&omicron;&upsilon;&nu;
-&tau;&omicron;&upsilon;&sigmaf;
-&sigma;&upsilon;&gamma;&gamma;&rho;&alpha;&phi;&epsilon;ί&sigmaf;,
-&tau;&omicron;&upsilon;&sigmaf;
-&epsilon;&kappa;&delta;ό&tau;&epsilon;&sigmaf;
-&pi;&epsilon;&rho;&iota;&sigma;&sigma;ό&tau;&epsilon;&rho;&omicron;
-&alpha;&lambda;&lambda;ά &alpha;&upsilon;&tau;ό
-&epsilon;ί&chi;&epsilon; &omega;&sigmaf;
-&sigma;&kappa;&omicron;&pi;ό &nu;&alpha;
-&alpha;&lambda;&lambda;ά&xi;&epsilon;&iota;
-&tau;&eta;&nu;
-&sigma;&upsilon;&mu;&pi;&epsilon;&rho;&iota;&phi;&omicron;&rho;ά
-&tau;&omicron;&upsilon;&sigmaf;.</p>
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-&pi;&rho;&alpha;&gamma;&mu;&alpha;&tau;&iota;&kappa;ή,
-&epsilon;&gamma;&kappa;&alpha;&tau;&epsilon;&sigma;&tau;&eta;&mu;έ&nu;&eta;
-&pi;&alpha;&rho;ά&delta;&omicron;&sigma;&eta;
-&tau;&eta;&sigmaf;
-&kappa;&omicron;&iota;&nu;&omega;&nu;ί&alpha;&sigmaf;
-&mu;&alpha;&sigmaf;,
-&epsilon;ί&nu;&alpha;&iota; ό&tau;&iota;
-&tau;&alpha;
-&delta;&iota;&kappa;&alpha;&iota;ώ&mu;&alpha;&tau;&alpha;
-&delta;&eta;&mu;&iota;&omicron;&upsilon;&rho;&gamma;ώ&nu;
-&tau;&alpha;&iota;&rho;&iota;ά&zeta;&omicron;&upsilon;&nu;
-&mu;&epsilon; &tau;&alpha;
-&phi;&upsilon;&sigma;&iota;&kappa;ά
-&delta;&iota;&kappa;&alpha;&iota;ώ&mu;&alpha;&tau;&alpha;
-&tau;&omicron;&upsilon;
-&kappa;&omicron;&iota;&nu;&omicron;ύ,
-&kappa;&alpha;&iota; &alpha;&upsilon;&tau;ό
-&delta;&iota;&kappa;&alpha;&iota;&omicron;&lambda;&omicron;&gamma;&epsilon;ί&tau;&alpha;&iota;
-&mu;&epsilon;
-&pi;&rho;&omicron;ϋ&pi;ό&theta;&epsilon;&sigma;&eta;
-&tau;&omicron; &kappa;&omicron;&iota;&nu;ό
-&kappa;&alpha;&lambda;ό.</p>
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-&omicron;&iota;&kappa;&omicron;&nu;&omicron;&mu;&iota;&kappa;ό.
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-    <p>&Tau;&omicron;
-&tau;&epsilon;&lambda;&epsilon;&upsilon;&tau;&alpha;ί&omicron;
-&epsilon;&pi;&iota;&chi;&epsilon;ί&rho;&eta;&mu;&alpha;
-&gamma;&iota;&alpha; &nu;&alpha;
-&upsilon;&pi;ά&rho;&chi;&omicron;&upsilon;&nu;
-&omicron;&iota;
-&iota;&delta;&iota;&omicron;&kappa;&tau;ή&tau;&epsilon;&sigmaf;
-&tau;&omicron;&upsilon;
-&lambda;&omicron;&gamma;&iota;&sigma;&mu;&iota;&kappa;&omicron;ύ,
-&epsilon;ί&nu;&alpha;&iota; &pi;ώ&sigmaf;
-&alpha;&upsilon;&tau;ό
-&omicron;&delta;&eta;&gamma;&epsilon;ί
-&sigma;&tau;&eta;&nu;
-&pi;&alpha;&rho;&alpha;&gamma;&omega;&gamma;ή
-&pi;&epsilon;&rho;&iota;&sigma;&sigma;ό&tau;&epsilon;&rho;&omicron;&upsilon;
-&lambda;&omicron;&gamma;&iota;&sigma;&mu;&iota;&kappa;&omicron;ύ.</p>
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-    <p>&Sigma;&epsilon;
-&alpha;&nu;&tau;ί&theta;&epsilon;&sigma;&eta;
-&mu;&epsilon; &tau;&alpha;
-&pi;&rho;&omicron;&eta;&gamma;&omicron;ύ&mu;&epsilon;&nu;&alpha;,
-&alpha;&upsilon;&tau;ό &tau;&omicron;
-&epsilon;&pi;&iota;&chi;&epsilon;ί&rho;&eta;&mu;&alpha;,
-έ&chi;&epsilon;&iota; &mu;&iota;&alpha;
-έ&nu;&tau;&iota;&mu;&eta;
-&pi;&rho;&omicron;&sigma;έ&gamma;&gamma;&iota;&sigma;&eta;
-&sigma;&tau;&omicron;
-&zeta;ή&tau;&eta;&mu;&alpha;.
-&Beta;&alpha;&sigma;ί&zeta;&epsilon;&tau;&alpha;&iota;
-&sigma;&epsilon; έ&nu;&alpha;&nu;
-&beta;ά&sigma;&iota;&mu;&omicron;
-&sigma;&tau;ό&chi;&omicron;, &nu;&alpha;
-&iota;&kappa;&alpha;&nu;&omicron;&pi;&omicron;&iota;ή&sigma;&epsilon;&iota;
-&tau;&omicron;&upsilon;&sigmaf;
-&chi;&rho;ή&sigma;&tau;&epsilon;&sigmaf;
-&tau;&omicron;&upsilon;
-&lambda;&omicron;&gamma;&iota;&sigma;&mu;&iota;&kappa;&omicron;ύ.
-&Kappa;&alpha;&iota;
-&epsilon;ί&nu;&alpha;&iota;
-&epsilon;&mu;&pi;&epsilon;&iota;&rho;&iota;&kappa;ά
-&alpha;&pi;&omicron;&delta;&epsilon;&delta;&epsilon;&iota;&gamma;&mu;έ&nu;&omicron;
-&pi;&omega;&sigmaf;, &omicron;&iota;
-ά&nu;&theta;&rho;&omega;&pi;&omicron;&iota;
-&theta;&alpha;
-&pi;&alpha;&rho;ά&gamma;&omicron;&upsilon;&nu;
-&pi;&epsilon;&rho;&iota;&sigma;&sigma;ό&tau;&epsilon;&rho;&omicron;
-&kappa;ά&pi;&omicron;&iota;&omicron;
-&alpha;&gamma;&alpha;&theta;ό, &epsilon;ά&nu;
-&gamma;&nu;&omega;&rho;ί&zeta;&omicron;&upsilon;&nu;
-&pi;ώ&sigmaf; &theta;&alpha;
-&pi;&lambda;&eta;&rho;&omega;&theta;&omicron;ύ&nu;
-&kappa;&alpha;&lambda;ά &gamma;&iota;&alpha;
-&nu;&alpha; &tau;&omicron;
-&kappa;ά&nu;&omicron;&upsilon;&nu;
-&alpha;&upsilon;&tau;ό.</p>
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-&tau;&omicron;
-&omicron;&iota;&kappa;&omicron;&nu;&omicron;&mu;&iota;&kappa;ό
-&epsilon;&pi;&iota;&chi;&epsilon;ί&rho;&eta;&mu;&alpha;
-έ&chi;&epsilon;&iota; έ&nu;&alpha;
-&psi;&epsilon;&gamma;ά&delta;&iota;,
-&beta;&alpha;&sigma;ί&zeta;&epsilon;&tau;&alpha;&iota;
-&sigma;&tau;&eta;&nu;
-&upsilon;&pi;ό&theta;&epsilon;&sigma;&eta;
-ό&tau;&iota; &eta;
-&delta;&iota;&alpha;&phi;&omicron;&rho;ά
-&epsilon;ί&nu;&alpha;&iota;
-&alpha;&pi;&lambda;ώ&sigmaf;
-&pi;ό&sigma;&alpha;
-&chi;&rho;ή&mu;&alpha;&tau;&alpha;
-&pi;&rho;έ&pi;&epsilon;&iota; &nu;&alpha;
-&pi;&lambda;&eta;&rho;ώ&sigma;&omicron;&upsilon;&mu;&epsilon;.
-&Upsilon;&pi;&omicron;&theta;έ&tau;&epsilon;&iota;
-&pi;ώ&sigmaf; &eta;
-"&pi;&alpha;&rho;&alpha;&gamma;&omega;&gamma;ή
-&lambda;&omicron;&gamma;&iota;&sigma;&mu;&iota;&kappa;&omicron;ύ"
-&epsilon;ί&nu;&alpha;&iota;
-&alpha;&upsilon;&tau;ό &pi;&omicron;&upsilon;
-&theta;έ&lambda;&omicron;&upsilon;&mu;&epsilon;,
-&alpha;&sigma;&chi;έ&tau;&omega;&sigmaf;
-&epsilon;ά&nu; &tau;&omicron;
-&lambda;&omicron;&gamma;&iota;&sigma;&mu;&iota;&kappa;ό
-έ&chi;&epsilon;&iota; ή ό&chi;&iota;,
-&iota;&delta;&iota;&omicron;&kappa;&tau;ή&tau;&epsilon;&sigmaf;.</p>
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-ά&nu;&theta;&rho;&omega;&pi;&omicron;&iota;
-&epsilon;ύ&kappa;&omicron;&lambda;&alpha;
-&delta;έ&chi;&omicron;&nu;&tau;&alpha;&iota;
-&alpha;&upsilon;&tau;ή&nu; &tau;&eta;&nu;
-&upsilon;&pi;ό&theta;&epsilon;&sigma;&eta;
-&delta;&iota;ό&tau;&iota;
-&sigma;&upsilon;&mu;&phi;&omega;&nu;&epsilon;ί
-&mu;&epsilon; &tau;&iota;&sigmaf;
-&epsilon;&mu;&pi;&epsilon;&iota;&rho;ί&epsilon;&sigmaf;
-&mu;&alpha;&sigmaf; &mu;&epsilon;
-&tau;&alpha; &upsilon;&lambda;&iota;&kappa;ά
-&alpha;&gamma;&alpha;&theta;ά.
-&Sigma;&kappa;&epsilon;&phi;&tau;&epsilon;ί&tau;&epsilon;
-έ&nu;&alpha;
-&sigma;ά&nu;&tau;&omicron;&upsilon;&iota;&tau;&sigmaf;,
-&gamma;&iota;&alpha;
-&pi;&alpha;&rho;ά&delta;&epsilon;&iota;&gamma;&mu;&alpha;.
-&Mu;&pi;&omicron;&rho;&epsilon;ί
-&nu;&alpha;
-&beta;&rho;&epsilon;ί&tau;&epsilon;
-έ&nu;&alpha;
-&iota;&sigma;&omicron;&delta;ύ&nu;&alpha;&mu;&omicron;
-&sigma;ά&nu;&tau;&omicron;&upsilon;&iota;&tau;&sigmaf;&nbsp;&epsilon;ί&tau;&epsilon;
-&delta;&omega;&rho;&epsilon;ά&nu;,
-&epsilon;ί&tau;&epsilon;
-&pi;&lambda;&eta;&rho;ώ&nu;&omicron;&nu;&tau;&alpha;&sigmaf;.
-&Sigma;&epsilon; &alpha;&upsilon;&tau;ή&nu;
-&tau;&eta;&nu;
-&pi;&epsilon;&rho;ί&pi;&tau;&omega;&sigma;&eta;,
-&tau;&omicron; &pi;&omicron;&sigma;ό
-&pi;&omicron;&upsilon; &theta;&alpha;
-&pi;&lambda;&eta;&rho;ώ&sigma;&epsilon;&tau;&epsilon;,
-&epsilon;ί&nu;&alpha;&iota; &eta;
-&mu;&omicron;&nu;&alpha;&delta;&iota;&kappa;ή
-&delta;&iota;&alpha;&phi;&omicron;&rho;ά.
-&Epsilon;ί&tau;&epsilon; &theta;&alpha;
-&tau;&omicron;
-&alpha;&gamma;&omicron;&rho;ά&sigma;&epsilon;&tau;&epsilon;,
-&epsilon;ί&tau;&epsilon; ό&chi;&iota;,
-&tau;&omicron;
-&sigma;ά&nu;&tau;&omicron;&upsilon;&iota;&tau;&sigmaf;
-έ&chi;&epsilon;&iota; &tau;&eta;&nu;
-ί&delta;&iota;&alpha;
-&gamma;&epsilon;ύ&sigma;&eta;,
-&tau;&eta;&nu; ί&delta;&iota;&alpha;
-&delta;&iota;&alpha;&tau;&rho;&omicron;&phi;&iota;&kappa;ή
-&alpha;&xi;ί&alpha; &kappa;&alpha;&iota;
-&sigma;&epsilon; &kappa;ά&theta;&epsilon;
-&pi;&epsilon;&rho;ί&pi;&tau;&omega;&sigma;&eta;
-&tau;&omicron; &tau;&rho;ώ&tau;&epsilon;
-&mu;ί&alpha; &phi;&omicron;&rho;ά.
-&Epsilon;ά&nu;
-&beta;&rho;&epsilon;ί&tau;&epsilon;
-&tau;&omicron;
-&sigma;ά&nu;&tau;&omicron;&upsilon;&iota;&tau;&sigmaf;,
-&alpha;&pi;ό έ&nu;&alpha;&nu;
-&iota;&delta;&iota;&omicron;&kappa;&tau;ή&tau;&eta;
-ή ό&chi;&iota;,
-&epsilon;&pi;&eta;&rho;&epsilon;ά&zeta;&epsilon;&iota;
-&alpha;&pi;&omicron;&kappa;&lambda;&epsilon;&iota;&sigma;&tau;&iota;&kappa;ά
-&tau;&omicron; &pi;&omicron;&sigma;ό
-&tau;&omega;&nu;
-&chi;&rho;&eta;&mu;ά&tau;&omega;&nu;
-&pi;&omicron;&upsilon; &theta;&alpha;
-έ&chi;&epsilon;&tau;&epsilon;
-&mu;&epsilon;&tau;ά.</p>
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-&epsilon;ί&nu;&alpha;&iota;
-&alpha;&lambda;&eta;&theta;έ&sigmaf;
-&mu;&epsilon;
-&omicron;&pi;&omicron;&iota;&omicron;&delta;ή&pi;&omicron;&tau;&epsilon;
-&epsilon;ί&delta;&omicron;&sigmaf;
-&upsilon;&lambda;&iota;&kappa;&omicron;ύ
-&alpha;&gamma;&alpha;&theta;&omicron;ύ,
-&epsilon;ί&tau;&epsilon; έ&chi;&epsilon;&iota;
-ή ό&chi;&iota;,
-&iota;&delta;&iota;&omicron;&kappa;&tau;ή&tau;&eta;
-&delta;&epsilon;&nu;
-&epsilon;&pi;&eta;&rho;&rho;&epsilon;ά&zeta;&epsilon;&iota;
-&tau;&omicron; <span style="font-style: italic;">&tau;ί</span>
-&epsilon;ί&nu;&alpha;&iota;, ή &tau;&omicron;
-&tau;ί &theta;&alpha; &tau;&omicron;
-&kappa;ά&nu;&epsilon;&tau;&epsilon;
-&alpha;&phi;&omicron;ύ &tau;&omicron;
-&alpha;&pi;&omicron;&kappa;&tau;ή&sigma;&epsilon;&tau;&epsilon;.</p>
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-&epsilon;ά&nu; έ&nu;&alpha;
-&pi;&rho;ό&gamma;&rho;&alpha;&mu;&mu;&alpha;,
-έ&chi;&epsilon;&iota;
-&iota;&delta;&iota;&omicron;&kappa;&tau;ή&tau;&eta;,
-&alpha;&upsilon;&tau;ό
-&epsilon;&pi;&eta;&rho;&epsilon;ά&zeta;&epsilon;&iota;
-&pi;&omicron;&lambda;ύ &kappa;&alpha;&iota;
-&tau;&omicron; &tau;ί
-&epsilon;ί&nu;&alpha;&iota;,
-&kappa;&alpha;&iota; &tau;&omicron; &tau;ί
-&mu;&pi;&omicron;&rho;&epsilon;ί&tau;&epsilon;
-&nu;&alpha; &tau;&omicron;
-&kappa;ά&nu;&epsilon;&tau;&epsilon;,
-&epsilon;ά&nu;
-&alpha;&pi;&omicron;&kappa;&tau;ή&sigma;&epsilon;&tau;&epsilon;
-έ&nu;&alpha;. &Eta;
-&delta;&iota;&alpha;&phi;&omicron;&rho;ά
-&delta;&epsilon;&nu;
-&epsilon;ί&nu;&alpha;&iota;
-&mu;ό&nu;&omicron; &theta;έ&mu;&alpha;
-&chi;&rho;&eta;&mu;ά&tau;&omega;&nu;.
-&Tau;&omicron;
-&sigma;ύ&sigma;&tau;&eta;&mu;&alpha;
-&tau;&omega;&nu;
-&iota;&delta;&iota;&omicron;&kappa;&tau;&eta;&tau;ώ&nu;
-&lambda;&omicron;&gamma;&iota;&sigma;&mu;&iota;&kappa;&omicron;ύ,
-&epsilon;&nu;&theta;&alpha;&rho;&rho;ύ&nu;&epsilon;&iota;
-&tau;&omicron;&upsilon;&sigmaf;
-&iota;&delta;&iota;&omicron;&kappa;&tau;ή&tau;&epsilon;&sigmaf;
-&tau;&omicron;&upsilon;
-&lambda;&omicron;&gamma;&iota;&sigma;&mu;&iota;&kappa;&omicron;ύ
-&nu;&alpha;
-&pi;&alpha;&rho;ά&gamma;&omicron;&upsilon;&nu;
-&kappa;ά&tau;&iota;, &alpha;&lambda;&lambda;ά
-ό&chi;&iota; &alpha;&upsilon;&tau;ό
-&pi;&omicron;&upsilon; &eta;
-&kappa;&omicron;&iota;&nu;&omega;&nu;ί&alpha;
-&chi;&rho;&epsilon;&iota;ά&zeta;&epsilon;&tau;&alpha;&iota;.&nbsp;
-&Kappa;&alpha;&iota; &alpha;&upsilon;&tau;ό
-&pi;&rho;&omicron;&kappa;&alpha;&lambda;&epsilon;ί
-&mu;&iota;&alpha;&nu;
-&alpha;ό&rho;&alpha;&tau;&eta;
-&eta;&theta;&iota;&kappa;ή
-&rho;ύ&pi;&alpha;&nu;&sigma;&eta;,
-&pi;&omicron;&upsilon; &mu;&alpha;&sigmaf;
-&epsilon;&pi;&eta;&rho;&epsilon;ά&zeta;&epsilon;&iota;
-ό&lambda;&omicron;&upsilon;&sigmaf;.</p>
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-&chi;&rho;&epsilon;&iota;ά&zeta;&epsilon;&tau;&alpha;&iota;
-&eta;
-&kappa;&omicron;&iota;&nu;&omega;&nu;ί&alpha;
-;
-&Chi;&rho;&epsilon;&iota;ά&zeta;&epsilon;&tau;&alpha;&iota;
-&pi;&lambda;&eta;&rho;&omicron;&phi;&omicron;&rho;ί&alpha;
-&eta; &omicron;&pi;&omicron;ί&alpha;
-&nu;&alpha; &epsilon;ί&nu;&alpha;&iota;
-&pi;&rho;ά&gamma;&mu;&alpha;&tau;&iota;
-&delta;&iota;&alpha;&theta;έ&sigma;&iota;&mu;&eta;
-&sigma;&tau;&omicron;&upsilon;&sigmaf;
-&pi;&omicron;&lambda;ί&tau;&epsilon;&sigmaf;
-&alpha;&upsilon;&tau;ή&sigmaf;,
-&gamma;&iota;&alpha;
-&pi;&alpha;&rho;ά&delta;&epsilon;&iota;&gamma;&mu;&alpha;,
-&pi;&rho;&omicron;&gamma;&rho;ά&mu;&mu;&alpha;&tau;&alpha;
-&tau;&alpha; &omicron;&pi;&omicron;ί&alpha;
-&omicron;&iota;
-ά&nu;&theta;&rho;&omega;&pi;&omicron;&iota;
-&theta;&alpha;
-&mu;&pi;&omicron;&rho;&omicron;ύ&nu;
-&nu;&alpha;
-&delta;&iota;&alpha;&beta;ά&zeta;&omicron;&upsilon;&nu;,
-&epsilon;&pi;&iota;&delta;&iota;&omicron;&rho;&theta;ώ&nu;&omicron;&upsilon;&nu;,
-&pi;&rho;&omicron;&sigma;&alpha;&rho;&mu;ό&zeta;&omicron;&upsilon;&nu;
-&kappa;&alpha;&iota;
-&beta;&epsilon;&lambda;&tau;&iota;ώ&nu;&omicron;&upsilon;&nu;,
-ό&chi;&iota; &alpha;&pi;&lambda;ώ&sigmaf;
-&nu;&alpha; &tau;&alpha;
-&lambda;&epsilon;&iota;&tau;&omicron;&upsilon;&rho;&gamma;&omicron;ύ&nu;.
-&Alpha;&lambda;&lambda;ά
-&sigma;&upsilon;&nu;ή&theta;&omega;&sigmaf;
-&alpha;&upsilon;&tau;ό &pi;&omicron;&upsilon;
-&pi;&alpha;&rho;έ&chi;&omicron;&upsilon;&nu;
-&omicron;&iota;
-&iota;&delta;&iota;&omicron;&kappa;&tau;ή&tau;&epsilon;&sigmaf;
-&lambda;&omicron;&gamma;&iota;&sigma;&mu;&iota;&kappa;&omicron;ύ,
-&epsilon;ί&nu;&alpha;&iota;
-&kappa;ά&tau;&iota; &pi;&omicron;&upsilon;
-&delta;&epsilon;&nu;
-&mu;&pi;&omicron;&rho;&omicron;ύ&mu;&epsilon;
-&nu;&alpha;
-&mu;&epsilon;&lambda;&epsilon;&tau;ή&sigma;&omicron;&upsilon;&mu;&epsilon;
-ή
-&alpha;&lambda;&lambda;ά&xi;&omicron;&upsilon;&mu;&epsilon;.</p>
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-&kappa;&omicron;&iota;&nu;&omega;&nu;ί&alpha;
-&epsilon;&pi;ί&sigma;&eta;&sigmaf;
-&chi;&rho;&epsilon;&iota;ά&zeta;&epsilon;&tau;&alpha;&iota;
-&epsilon;&lambda;&epsilon;&upsilon;&theta;&epsilon;&rho;ί&alpha;.
-Ό&tau;&alpha;&nu; έ&nu;&alpha;
-&pi;&rho;ό&gamma;&rho;&alpha;&mu;&mu;&alpha;,
-έ&chi;&epsilon;&iota;
-&iota;&delta;&iota;&omicron;&kappa;&tau;ή&tau;&eta;,
-&omicron;&iota;
-&chi;&rho;ή&sigma;&tau;&epsilon;&sigmaf;
-&chi;ά&nu;&omicron;&upsilon;&nu;
-&epsilon;&lambda;&epsilon;&upsilon;&theta;&epsilon;&rho;ί&alpha;
-&nu;&alpha;
-&epsilon;&lambda;έ&gamma;&xi;&omicron;&upsilon;&nu;
-&mu;έ&rho;&omicron;&sigmaf;
-&tau;&eta;&sigmaf;
-&delta;&iota;&kappa;ή&sigmaf;
-&tau;&omicron;&upsilon;&sigmaf;
-&zeta;&omega;ή&sigmaf;.</p>
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-&alpha;&pi;ό ό&lambda;&alpha;, &eta;
-&kappa;&omicron;&iota;&nu;&omega;&nu;ί&alpha;
-&chi;&rho;&epsilon;&iota;ά&zeta;&epsilon;&tau;&alpha;&iota;
-&nu;&alpha;
-&epsilon;&nu;&theta;&alpha;&rho;&rho;ύ&nu;&epsilon;&iota;
-&tau;&omicron;
-&pi;&nu;&epsilon;ύ&mu;&alpha;
-&tau;&eta;&sigmaf;
-&epsilon;&theta;&epsilon;&lambda;&omicron;&nu;&tau;&iota;&kappa;ή&sigmaf;
-&sigma;&upsilon;&nu;&epsilon;&rho;&gamma;&alpha;&sigma;ί&alpha;&sigmaf;
-&alpha;&nu;ά&mu;&epsilon;&sigma;&alpha;
-&sigma;&tau;&omicron;&upsilon;&sigmaf;
-&pi;&omicron;&lambda;ί&tau;&epsilon;&sigmaf;
-&tau;&eta;&sigmaf;. Ό&tau;&alpha;&nu;
-&omicron;&iota;
-&iota;&delta;&iota;&omicron;&kappa;&tau;ή&tau;&epsilon;&sigmaf;
-&lambda;&omicron;&gamma;&iota;&sigma;&mu;&iota;&kappa;&omicron;ύ
-&mu;&alpha;&sigmaf;
-&lambda;έ&gamma;&omicron;&upsilon;&nu;,
-&pi;ώ&sigmaf;
-&beta;&omicron;&eta;&theta;ώ&nu;&tau;&alpha;&sigmaf;
-&tau;&omicron;&upsilon;&sigmaf;
-&gamma;&epsilon;&iota;&tau;&omicron;&nu;έ&sigmaf;
-&mu;&alpha;&sigmaf; &mu;&epsilon;
-έ&nu;&alpha;&nu;
-&phi;&upsilon;&sigma;&iota;&kappa;ό
-&tau;&rho;ό&pi;&omicron;,
-&alpha;&upsilon;&tau;ό
-&epsilon;ί&nu;&alpha;&iota;
-'&pi;&epsilon;&iota;&rho;&alpha;&tau;&epsilon;ί&alpha;',
-&mu;&omicron;&lambda;ύ&nu;&omicron;&upsilon;&nu;
-&tau;&omicron;
-&pi;&nu;&epsilon;ύ&mu;&alpha;
-&tau;&omega;&nu;
-&pi;&omicron;&lambda;&iota;&tau;ώ&nu;
-&tau;&eta;&sigmaf;
-&kappa;&omicron;&iota;&nu;&omega;&nu;ί&alpha;&sigmaf;
-&mu;&alpha;&sigmaf;.</p>
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-
-
-<p>&Gamma;&iota;&alpha;
-&alpha;&upsilon;&tau;ό &lambda;έ&mu;&epsilon;
-&pi;ώ&sigmaf; &tau;&omicron;&nbsp;<a 
href="http://www.gnu.org/philosophy/free-sw.html";>&Epsilon;&lambda;&epsilon;ύ&theta;&epsilon;&rho;&omicron;
-&Lambda;&omicron;&gamma;&iota;&sigma;&mu;&iota;&kappa;ό</a>
-&epsilon;ί&nu;&alpha;&iota;
-&theta;έ&mu;&alpha;
-&epsilon;&lambda;&epsilon;&upsilon;&theta;&epsilon;&rho;ί&alpha;&sigmaf;,
-ό&chi;&iota; &tau;&iota;&mu;ή&sigmaf;.</p>
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-
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-
-<p>&Tau;&omicron;
-&omicron;&iota;&kappa;&omicron;&nu;&omicron;&mu;&iota;&kappa;ό
-&epsilon;&pi;&iota;&chi;&epsilon;ί&rho;&eta;&mu;&alpha;
-&gamma;&iota;&alpha;
-&tau;&omicron;&upsilon;&sigmaf;
-&iota;&delta;&iota;&omicron;&kappa;&tau;ή&tau;&epsilon;&sigmaf;
-&tau;&omicron;&upsilon;
-&lambda;&omicron;&gamma;&iota;&sigma;&mu;&iota;&kappa;&omicron;ύ
-&epsilon;ί&nu;&alpha;&iota;
-&lambda;ά&theta;&omicron;&sigmaf;,
-&alpha;&lambda;&lambda;ά &tau;&omicron;
-&omicron;&iota;&kappa;&omicron;&nu;&omicron;&mu;&iota;&kappa;ό
-&theta;έ&mu;&alpha;
-&epsilon;ί&nu;&alpha;&iota;
-&pi;&rho;&alpha;&gamma;&mu;&alpha;&tau;&iota;&kappa;ό.
-&Kappa;ά&pi;&omicron;&iota;&omicron;&iota;
-ά&nu;&theta;&rho;&omega;&pi;&omicron;&iota;,
-&gamma;&rho;ά&phi;&omicron;&upsilon;&nu;
-&chi;&rho;ή&sigma;&iota;&mu;&alpha;
-&pi;&rho;&omicron;&gamma;&rho;ά&mu;&mu;&alpha;&tau;&alpha;
-&gamma;&iota;&alpha; &tau;&eta;&nu;
-&chi;&alpha;&rho;ά &tau;&eta;&sigmaf;
-&sigma;&upsilon;&gamma;&gamma;&rho;&alpha;&phi;ή&sigmaf;
-ή &gamma;&iota;&alpha; &tau;&omicron;&nu;
-&theta;&alpha;&upsilon;&mu;&alpha;&sigma;&mu;ό
-&kappa;&alpha;&iota; &tau;&eta;&nu;
-&alpha;&gamma;ά&pi;&eta;,
-&alpha;&lambda;&lambda;ά &epsilon;ά&nu;
-&theta;έ&lambda;&omicron;&upsilon;&mu;&epsilon;
-&pi;&epsilon;&rho;&iota;&sigma;&sigma;ό&tau;&epsilon;&rho;&omicron;
-&lambda;&omicron;&gamma;&iota;&sigma;&mu;&iota;&kappa;ό
-&alpha;&pi;ό ό&sigma;&omicron;
-&gamma;&rho;ά&phi;&omicron;&upsilon;&nu;
-&alpha;&upsilon;&tau;&omicron;ί &omicron;&iota;
-ά&nu;&theta;&rho;&omega;&pi;&omicron;&iota;,
-&pi;&rho;έ&pi;&epsilon;&iota; &nu;&alpha;
-&epsilon;&gamma;&epsilon;ί&rho;&omega;&mu;&epsilon;
-&pi;ό&rho;&omicron;&upsilon;&sigmaf;.</p>
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-
-<p>&Gamma;&iota;&alpha;
-&delta;έ&kappa;&alpha;
-&chi;&rho;ό&nu;&iota;&alpha;
-&tau;ώ&rho;&alpha;, &omicron;&iota;
-&sigma;&upsilon;&gamma;&gamma;&rho;&alpha;&phi;&epsilon;ί&sigmaf;
-&epsilon;&lambda;&epsilon;ύ&theta;&epsilon;&rho;&omicron;&upsilon;
-&lambda;&omicron;&gamma;&iota;&sigma;&mu;&iota;&kappa;&omicron;ύ,
-&delta;&omicron;&kappa;ί&mu;&alpha;&sigma;&alpha;&nu;
-&delta;&iota;ά&phi;&omicron;&rho;&epsilon;&sigmaf;
-&mu;&epsilon;&theta;ό&delta;&omicron;&upsilon;&sigmaf;
-ώ&sigma;&tau;&epsilon; &nu;&alpha;
-&beta;&rho;&omicron;&upsilon;&nu;
-&pi;ό&rho;&omicron;&upsilon;&sigmaf;,
-&mu;&epsilon;
-&kappa;ά&pi;&omicron;&iota;&alpha;
-&epsilon;&pi;&iota;&tau;&upsilon;&chi;ί&alpha;.
-&Delta;&epsilon;&nu;
-&upsilon;&pi;ά&rho;&chi;&epsilon;&iota;
-&alpha;&nu;ά&gamma;&kappa;&eta; &nu;&alpha;
-&gamma;ί&nu;&epsilon;&iota;
-&kappa;ά&pi;&omicron;&iota;&omicron;&sigmaf;
-&pi;&lambda;&omicron;ύ&sigma;&iota;&omicron;&sigmaf;,
-&eta; &mu;έ&sigma;&eta;
-&omicron;&iota;&kappa;&omicron;&gamma;έ&nu;&epsilon;&iota;&alpha;
-&sigma;&tau;&iota;&sigmaf;
-&Eta;.&Pi;.&Alpha;. έ&chi;&epsilon;&iota;
-&epsilon;&iota;&sigma;ό&delta;&eta;&mu;&alpha;
-&pi;&epsilon;&rho;ί &tau;&iota;&sigmaf; 35
-&chi;&iota;&lambda;&iota;ά&delta;&epsilon;&sigmaf;
-&delta;&omicron;&lambda;&lambda;ά&rho;&iota;&alpha;
-&Eta;.&Pi;.&Alpha;. &tau;&omicron;
-&omicron;&pi;&omicron;ί&omicron;
-&epsilon;&iota;&sigma;ό&delta;&eta;&mu;&alpha;
-&epsilon;ί&nu;&alpha;&iota;
-&alpha;&rho;&kappa;&epsilon;&tau;ά
-&theta;&epsilon;&lambda;&kappa;&tau;&iota;&kappa;ό
-&gamma;&iota;&alpha;
-&pi;&omicron;&lambda;&lambda;έ&sigmaf;
-&epsilon;&rho;&gamma;&alpha;&sigma;ί&epsilon;&sigmaf;
-&lambda;&iota;&gamma;ό&tau;&epsilon;&rho;&omicron;
-&iota;&kappa;&alpha;&nu;&omicron;&pi;&omicron;&iota;&eta;&tau;&iota;&kappa;έ&sigmaf;
-&alpha;&pi;ό &tau;&eta;&nu;
-&sigma;&upsilon;&gamma;&gamma;&rho;&alpha;&phi;ή
-&pi;&rho;&omicron;&gamma;&rho;&alpha;&mu;&mu;ά&tau;&omega;&nu;.</p>
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-
-<p>&Gamma;&iota;&alpha;
-&chi;&rho;ό&nu;&iota;&alpha;,
-&mu;έ&chi;&rho;&iota;
-&pi;&omicron;&upsilon; &mu;&iota;&alpha;
-&sigma;&upsilon;&mu;&mu;&alpha;&chi;ί&alpha;
-&tau;&omicron;
-&kappa;&alpha;&tau;έ&sigma;&tau;&eta;&sigma;&epsilon;
-&mu;&eta;
-&alpha;&nu;&alpha;&gamma;&kappa;&alpha;ί&omicron;,
-έ&beta;&gamma;&alpha;&zeta;&alpha;
-&tau;&alpha; &pi;&rho;&omicron;&sigmaf;
-&tau;&omicron; &zeta;&eta;&nu;
-&kappa;ά&nu;&omicron;&nu;&tau;&alpha;&sigmaf;
-&kappa;&alpha;&tau;ά
-&pi;&alpha;&rho;&alpha;&gamma;&gamma;&epsilon;&lambda;ί&alpha;&nu;
-&beta;&epsilon;&lambda;&tau;&iota;ώ&sigma;&epsilon;&iota;&sigmaf;
-&sigma;&epsilon;
-&Epsilon;&lambda;&epsilon;ύ&theta;&epsilon;&rho;&omicron;
-&Lambda;&omicron;&gamma;&iota;&sigma;&mu;&iota;&kappa;ό
-&pi;&omicron;&upsilon; &epsilon;ί&chi;&alpha;
-&gamma;&rho;ά&psi;&epsilon;&iota;.
-&Kappa;ά&theta;&epsilon;
-&beta;&epsilon;&lambda;&tau;ί&omega;&sigma;&eta;,
-&pi;&rho;&omicron;&sigma;&theta;έ&tau;&omicron;&nu;&tau;&alpha;&nu;
-&sigma;&tau;&eta;&nu;
-&nbsp;&kappa;&alpha;&nu;&omicron;&nu;&iota;&kappa;ή
-έ&kappa;&delta;&omicron;&sigma;&eta;
-&kappa;&alpha;&iota;
-&tau;&epsilon;&lambda;&iota;&kappa;ά
-&kappa;&alpha;&tau;έ&lambda;&eta;&gamma;&epsilon;
-&nu;&alpha; &epsilon;ί&nu;&alpha;&iota;
-&delta;&iota;&alpha;&theta;έ&sigma;&iota;&mu;&eta;
-&sigma;&tau;&omicron; &epsilon;&upsilon;&rho;ύ
-&kappa;&omicron;&iota;&nu;ό. &Omicron;&iota;
-&pi;&epsilon;&lambda;ά&tau;&epsilon;&sigmaf;
-&mu;&epsilon;
-&pi;&lambda;ή&rho;&omega;&nu;&alpha;&nu;
-&nu;&alpha;
-&epsilon;&rho;&gamma;&alpha;&sigma;&tau;ώ
-&sigma;&tau;&iota;&sigmaf;
-&beta;&epsilon;&lambda;&tau;&iota;ώ&sigma;&epsilon;&iota;&sigmaf;
-&pi;&omicron;&upsilon;
-ή&theta;&epsilon;&lambda;&alpha;&nu;,
-&pi;&alpha;&rho;ά &sigma;&tau;&alpha;
-&chi;&alpha;&rho;&alpha;&kappa;&tau;&eta;&rho;&iota;&sigma;&tau;&iota;&kappa;ά
-&tau;&alpha; &omicron;&pi;&omicron;ί&alpha;
-&sigma;&epsilon; ά&lambda;&lambda;&eta;
-&pi;&epsilon;&rho;ί&pi;&tau;&omega;&sigma;&eta;,
-&theta;&alpha;
-&theta;&epsilon;&omega;&rho;&omicron;ύ&sigma;&alpha;
-&upsilon;&psi;&eta;&lambda;ή&sigmaf;
-&pi;&rho;&omicron;&tau;&epsilon;&rho;&alpha;&iota;ό&tau;&eta;&tau;&alpha;&sigmaf;.</p>
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-
-
-
-<p>
-&Tau;&omicron;&nbsp;<a 
href="http://www.gnu.org/fsf/fsf.html";>Ί&delta;&rho;&upsilon;&mu;&alpha;
-&Epsilon;&lambda;&epsilon;ύ&theta;&epsilon;&rho;&omicron;&upsilon;
-&Lambda;&omicron;&gamma;&iota;&sigma;&mu;&iota;&kappa;&omicron;ύ
-(FSF)</a>, έ&nu;&alpha;
-&mu;&eta;-&phi;&omicron;&rho;&omicron;&lambda;&omicron;&gamma;&eta;&tau;έ&omicron;
-&phi;&iota;&lambda;&alpha;&nu;&theta;&rho;&omega;&pi;&iota;&kappa;ό
-ί&delta;&rho;&upsilon;&mu;&alpha;
-&gamma;&iota;&alpha; &tau;&eta;&nu;
-&alpha;&nu;ά&pi;&tau;&upsilon;&xi;&eta;
-&epsilon;&lambda;&epsilon;ύ&theta;&epsilon;&rho;&omicron;&upsilon;
-&lambda;&omicron;&gamma;&iota;&sigma;&mu;&iota;&kappa;&omicron;ύ,
-&epsilon;&gamma;&epsilon;ί&rho;&epsilon;&iota;
-&pi;ό&rho;&omicron;&upsilon;&sigmaf;
-&mu;&epsilon; &tau;&omicron; &nu;&alpha; <a 
href="http://order.fsf.org/";>&pi;&omega;&lambda;&epsilon;ί</a>
-GNU
-<a href="http://www.gnu.org/software/software.html";>CD-ROMs</a>,
-<a href="http://order.fsf.org/";>T-shirts</a>,&nbsp;<a 
href="http://www.gnu.org/doc/doc.html";>&epsilon;&gamma;&chi;&epsilon;&iota;&rho;ί&delta;&iota;&alpha;</a>,
-&kappa;&alpha;&iota; <a 
href="http://order.fsf.org/";>&pi;&omicron;&lambda;&upsilon;&tau;&epsilon;&lambda;&epsilon;ί&sigmaf;
-&delta;&iota;&alpha;&nu;&omicron;&mu;έ&sigmaf;</a>,
-(ό&lambda;&alpha; &epsilon;&kappa;
-&tau;&omega;&nu;
-&omicron;&pi;&omicron;ί&omega;&nu;
-&omicron;&iota;
-&chi;&rho;ή&sigma;&tau;&epsilon;&sigmaf;
-&epsilon;ί&nu;&alpha;&iota;
-&epsilon;&lambda;&epsilon;ύ&theta;&epsilon;&rho;&omicron;&iota;
-&nu;&alpha;
-&alpha;&nu;&tau;&iota;&gamma;&rho;ά&psi;&omicron;&upsilon;&nu;
-&kappa;&alpha;&iota; &nu;&alpha;
-&tau;&rho;&omicron;&pi;&omicron;&pi;&omicron;&iota;ή&sigma;&omicron;&upsilon;&nu;),
-ό&pi;&omega;&sigmaf;
-&epsilon;&pi;ί&sigma;&eta;&sigmaf;
-&kappa;&alpha;&iota; &alpha;&pi;ό&nbsp;<a 
href="http://donate.fsf.org/";>&delta;&omega;&rho;&epsilon;έ&sigmaf;</a>.
-&Tau;ώ&rho;&alpha; έ&chi;&epsilon;&iota;
-έ&nu;&alpha;
-&pi;&rho;&omicron;&sigma;&omega;&pi;&iota;&kappa;ό
-&pi;έ&nu;&tau;&epsilon;
-&pi;&rho;&omicron;&gamma;&rho;&alpha;&mu;&mu;&alpha;&tau;&iota;&sigma;&tau;ώ&nu;
-&sigma;&upsilon;&nu;
-&tau;&rho;&epsilon;&iota;&sigmaf;
-&upsilon;&pi;&alpha;&lambda;&lambda;ή&lambda;&omicron;&upsilon;&sigmaf;
-&pi;&omicron;&upsilon;
-&delta;&iota;&alpha;&chi;&epsilon;&iota;&rho;ί&zeta;&omicron;&nu;&tau;&alpha;&iota;
-&tau;&iota;&sigmaf;
-&tau;&alpha;&chi;&upsilon;&delta;&rho;&omicron;&mu;&iota;&kappa;έ&sigmaf;
-&pi;&alpha;&rho;&alpha;&gamma;&gamma;&epsilon;&lambda;ί&epsilon;&sigmaf;.</p>
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-
-<p>&Mu;&epsilon;&rho;&iota;&kappa;&omicron;ί
-&sigma;&upsilon;&gamma;&gamma;&rho;&alpha;&phi;&epsilon;ί&sigmaf;
-&epsilon;&lambda;&epsilon;ύ&theta;&epsilon;&rho;&omicron;&upsilon;
-&lambda;&omicron;&gamma;&iota;&sigma;&mu;&iota;&kappa;&omicron;ύ,
-&beta;&gamma;ά&zeta;&omicron;&upsilon;&nu;
-&chi;&rho;ή&mu;&alpha;&tau;&alpha;
-&mu;&epsilon; &tau;&omicron; &nu;&alpha;
-&pi;&omega;&lambda;&omicron;ύ&nu;
-&upsilon;&pi;&eta;&rho;&epsilon;&sigma;ί&epsilon;&sigmaf;
-&upsilon;&pi;&omicron;&sigma;&tau;ή&rho;&iota;&xi;&eta;&sigmaf;. 
&Eta;&nbsp;Cygnus
-Support, &mu;&epsilon;
-&pi;&epsilon;&rho;ί&pi;&omicron;&upsilon;&nbsp;50
-&upsilon;&pi;&alpha;&lambda;&lambda;ή&lambda;&omicron;&upsilon;&sigmaf;
-[ό&tau;&alpha;&nu;
-&gamma;&rho;&alpha;&phi;ό&tau;&alpha;&nu;
-&alpha;&upsilon;&tau;ό &tau;&omicron;
-ά&rho;&theta;&rho;&omicron;],
-&upsilon;&pi;&omicron;&lambda;&omicron;&gamma;ί&zeta;&epsilon;&iota;
-&pi;ώ&sigmaf;
-&pi;&epsilon;&rho;ί&pi;&omicron;&upsilon;
-&tau;&omicron; 15 &tau;&omicron;&iota;&sigmaf;
-&epsilon;&kappa;&alpha;&tau;ό
-&tau;&eta;&sigmaf;
-&epsilon;&rho;&gamma;&alpha;&sigma;ί&alpha;&sigmaf;
-&tau;&omicron;&upsilon;
-&pi;&rho;&omicron;&sigma;&omega;&pi;&iota;&kappa;&omicron;ύ
-&tau;&eta;&sigmaf;,
-&epsilon;ί&nu;&alpha;&iota;
-&alpha;&nu;ά&pi;&tau;&upsilon;&xi;&eta;
-&epsilon;&lambda;&epsilon;ύ&theta;&epsilon;&rho;&omicron;&upsilon;
-&lambda;&omicron;&gamma;&iota;&sigma;&mu;&iota;&kappa;&omicron;ύ,
-έ&nu;&alpha;
-&sigma;&epsilon;&beta;&alpha;&sigma;&tau;ό
-&pi;&omicron;&sigma;&omicron;&sigma;&tau;ό
-&gamma;&iota;&alpha; &mu;&iota;&alpha;
-&epsilon;&tau;&alpha;&iota;&rho;&epsilon;ί&alpha;
-&lambda;&omicron;&gamma;&iota;&sigma;&mu;&iota;&kappa;&omicron;ύ.</p>
-
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-
-
-<p>&Epsilon;&tau;&alpha;&iota;&rho;&epsilon;ί&epsilon;&sigmaf;,&nbsp;<span 
style="font-size: 12pt; font-family: &quot;Times New 
Roman&quot;;">&sigma;&upsilon;&mu;&pi;&epsilon;&rho;&iota;&lambda;&alpha;&mu;&beta;&alpha;&nu;&omicron;&mu;έ&nu;&omega;&nu;</span>
-&tau;&omega;&nu; Intel, Motorola, Texas Instruments
-&kappa;&alpha;&iota; Analog
-Devices έ&chi;&omicron;&upsilon;&nu;
-&sigma;&upsilon;&nu;&epsilon;&rho;&gamma;&alpha;&sigma;&tau;&epsilon;ί
-&nu;&alpha;
-&chi;&rho;&eta;&mu;&alpha;&tau;&omicron;&delta;&omicron;&tau;ή&sigma;&omicron;&upsilon;&nu;
-&tau;&eta;&nu;
-&sigma;&upsilon;&nu;&epsilon;&chi;&iota;&zeta;ό&mu;&epsilon;&nu;&eta;
-&alpha;&nu;ά&pi;&tau;&upsilon;&xi;&eta;
-&tau;&omicron;&upsilon;
-&epsilon;&lambda;&epsilon;ύ&theta;&epsilon;&rho;&omicron;&upsilon;
-GNU
-&mu;&epsilon;&tau;&alpha;&gamma;&lambda;&omega;&tau;&tau;&iota;&sigma;&tau;ή
-&gamma;&iota;&alpha; &tau;&eta;&nu;
-&gamma;&lambda;ώ&sigma;&sigma;&alpha;
-&pi;&rho;&omicron;&gamma;&rho;&alpha;&mu;&mu;&alpha;&tau;&iota;&sigma;&mu;&omicron;ύ
-C. &Epsilon;&nu; &tau;&omega;
-&mu;&epsilon;&tau;&alpha;&xi;ύ, &omicron; GNU
-&mu;&epsilon;&tau;&alpha;&gamma;&lambda;&omega;&tau;&tau;&iota;&sigma;&tau;ή&sigmaf;
-&gamma;&iota;&alpha; &tau;&eta;&nu;
-&gamma;&lambda;ώ&sigma;&sigma;&alpha;
-&pi;&rho;&omicron;&gamma;&rho;&alpha;&mu;&mu;&alpha;&tau;&iota;&sigma;&mu;&omicron;ύ
-Ada,
-&chi;&rho;&eta;&mu;&alpha;&tau;&omicron;&delta;&omicron;&tau;&epsilon;ί&tau;&alpha;&iota;
-&alpha;&pi;ό &tau;&eta;&nu;
-&Alpha;&epsilon;&rho;&omicron;&pi;&omicron;&rho;ί&alpha;
-&tau;&omega;&nu; &Eta;.&Pi;.&Alpha;., &eta;
-&omicron;&pi;&omicron;ί&alpha;
-&pi;&iota;&sigma;&tau;&epsilon;ύ&epsilon;&iota;
-&pi;&omega;&sigmaf;
-&alpha;&upsilon;&tau;ό&sigmaf;
-&epsilon;ί&nu;&alpha;&iota; &omicron;
-&pi;&lambda;έ&omicron;&nu;
-&alpha;&pi;&omicron;&delta;&omicron;&tau;&iota;&kappa;ό&sigmaf;
-&omicron;&iota;&kappa;&omicron;&nu;&omicron;&mu;&iota;&kappa;ά
-&tau;&rho;ό&pi;&omicron;&sigmaf;
-&nu;&alpha; έ&chi;&epsilon;&iota;
-έ&nu;&alpha;&nu;
-&upsilon;&psi;&eta;&lambda;ή&sigmaf;
-&pi;&omicron;&iota;ό&tau;&eta;&tau;&alpha;&sigmaf;
-&mu;&epsilon;&tau;&alpha;&gamma;&lambda;&omega;&tau;&tau;&iota;&sigma;&tau;ή.
-[&Eta;
-&chi;&rho;&eta;&mu;&alpha;&tau;&omicron;&delta;ό&tau;&eta;&sigma;&eta;
-&tau;&eta;&sigmaf;
-&Alpha;&epsilon;&rho;&omicron;&pi;&omicron;&rho;ί&alpha;&sigmaf;
-&tau;&omega;&nu; &Eta;.&Pi;.&Alpha;.
-έ&chi;&epsilon;&iota;
-&sigma;&tau;&alpha;&mu;&alpha;&tau;ή&sigma;&epsilon;&iota;
-&epsilon;&delta;ώ &kappa;&alpha;&iota;
-&kappa;ά&pi;&omicron;&iota;&omicron;
-&kappa;&alpha;&iota;&rho;ό, &omicron; GNU Ada
-&Mu;&epsilon;&tau;&alpha;&gamma;&lambda;&omega;&tau;&tau;&iota;&sigma;&tau;ή&sigmaf;
-&epsilon;ί&nu;&alpha;&iota;
-&tau;ώ&rho;&alpha; &sigma;&epsilon;
-&upsilon;&pi;&eta;&rho;&epsilon;&sigma;ί&alpha;
-&kappa;&alpha;&iota; &eta;
-&sigma;&upsilon;&nu;&tau;ή&rho;&eta;&sigma;ή
-&tau;&omicron;&upsilon;,
-&chi;&rho;&eta;&mu;&alpha;&tau;&omicron;&delta;&omicron;&tau;&epsilon;ί&tau;&alpha;&iota;
-&epsilon;&mu;&pi;&omicron;&rho;&iota;&kappa;ά.]</p>
-
-
-
-
-<p>Ό&lambda;&alpha; &alpha;&upsilon;&tau;ά
-&tau;&alpha;
-&pi;&alpha;&rho;&alpha;&delta;&epsilon;ί&gamma;&mu;&alpha;&tau;&alpha;,
-&epsilon;ί&nu;&alpha;&iota;
-&mu;&iota;&kappa;&rho;ά, &tau;&omicron;
-&kappa;ί&nu;&eta;&mu;&alpha;
-&tau;&omicron;&upsilon;
-&Epsilon;&lambda;&epsilon;ύ&theta;&epsilon;&rho;&omicron;&upsilon;
-&Lambda;&omicron;&gamma;&iota;&sigma;&mu;&iota;&kappa;&omicron;ύ
-&epsilon;ί&nu;&alpha;&iota;
-&alpha;&kappa;ό&mu;&alpha;
-&mu;&iota;&kappa;&rho;ό
-&kappa;&alpha;&iota;
-&alpha;&kappa;ό&mu;&eta;
-&nu;&epsilon;&alpha;&rho;ό.
-&Alpha;&lambda;&lambda;ά &tau;&omicron;
-&pi;&alpha;&rho;ά&delta;&epsilon;&iota;&gamma;&mu;&alpha;
-&tau;&omicron;&upsilon;
-&upsilon;&pi;&omicron;&sigma;&tau;&eta;&rho;&iota;&zeta;ό&mu;&epsilon;&nu;&omicron;&upsilon;
-&alpha;&pi;ό
-&alpha;&kappa;&rho;&omicron;&alpha;&tau;έ&sigmaf;
-&rho;&alpha;&delta;&iota;&omicron;&phi;ώ&nu;&omicron;&upsilon;
-(&sigma;&tau;&iota;&sigmaf;
-&Eta;.&Pi;.&Alpha;.)
-&delta;&epsilon;ί&chi;&nu;&epsilon;&iota;
-&pi;&omega;&sigmaf;
-&epsilon;ί&nu;&alpha;&iota;
-&pi;&iota;&theta;&alpha;&nu;ό&nu;
-&nu;&alpha;
-&upsilon;&pi;&omicron;&sigma;&tau;&eta;&rho;&iota;&chi;&theta;&epsilon;ί
-&mu;&iota;&alpha;
-&mu;&epsilon;&gamma;ά&lambda;&eta;
-&delta;&rho;&alpha;&sigma;&tau;&eta;&rho;&iota;ό&tau;&eta;&tau;&alpha;,
-&chi;&omega;&rho;ί&sigmaf; &nu;&alpha;
-&alpha;&nu;&alpha;&gamma;&kappa;ά&zeta;&epsilon;&tau;&alpha;&iota;
-&omicron;
-&kappa;&alpha;&theta;έ&nu;&alpha;&sigmaf;
-&chi;&rho;ή&sigma;&tau;&eta;&sigmaf;
-&nu;&alpha; &tau;&eta;&nu;
-&pi;&lambda;&eta;&rho;ώ&sigma;&epsilon;&iota;.</p>
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-<p>
-&Omega;&sigmaf;
-&chi;&rho;ή&sigma;&tau;&eta;&sigmaf;
-&upsilon;&pi;&omicron;&lambda;&omicron;&gamma;&iota;&sigma;&tau;ή
-&sigma;ή&mu;&epsilon;&rho;&alpha;,
-&mu;&pi;&omicron;&rho;&epsilon;ί
-&nu;&alpha;
-&beta;&rho;&epsilon;ί&tau;&epsilon;
-&tau;&omicron;&nu;
-&epsilon;&alpha;&upsilon;&tau;ό
-&sigma;&alpha;&sigmaf; &nu;&alpha;
-&chi;&rho;&eta;&sigma;&iota;&mu;&omicron;&pi;&omicron;&iota;&epsilon;ί
-έ&nu;&alpha;&nbsp;<a 
href="http://www.gnu.org/philosophy/categories.html#ProprietarySoftware";>&iota;&delta;&iota;ό&kappa;&tau;&eta;&tau;&omicron;</a>
-&pi;&rho;ό&gamma;&rho;&alpha;&mu;&mu;&alpha;.
-&Epsilon;ά&nu; &omicron;&iota;
-&phi;ί&lambda;&omicron;&iota;
-&sigma;&alpha;&sigmaf;, &sigma;&alpha;&sigmaf;
-&zeta;&eta;&tau;ή&sigma;&omicron;&upsilon;&nu;
-έ&nu;&alpha;
-&alpha;&nu;&tau;ί&gamma;&rho;&alpha;&phi;&omicron;,
-&theta;&alpha; ή&tau;&alpha;&nu;
-&lambda;ά&theta;&omicron;&sigmaf; &nu;&alpha;
-&alpha;&rho;&nu;&eta;&theta;&epsilon;ί&tau;&epsilon;.
-&Eta;
-&sigma;&upsilon;&nu;&epsilon;&rho;&gamma;&alpha;&sigma;ί&alpha;
-&epsilon;ί&nu;&alpha;&iota;
-&sigma;&eta;&mu;&alpha;&nu;&tau;&iota;&kappa;ό&tau;&epsilon;&rho;&eta;
-&tau;&omega;&nu;
-&delta;&iota;&kappa;&alpha;&iota;&omega;&mu;ά&tau;&omega;&nu;
-&delta;&eta;&mu;&iota;&omicron;&upsilon;&rho;&gamma;&omicron;ύ.
-&Alpha;&lambda;&lambda;ά &eta;
-&kappa;&rho;&upsilon;&phi;ή,
-&upsilon;&pi;ό&gamma;&epsilon;&iota;&alpha;
-&sigma;&upsilon;&nu;&epsilon;&rho;&gamma;&alpha;&sigma;ί&alpha;,
-&delta;&epsilon;&nu;
-&kappa;ά&nu;&epsilon;&iota;
-&gamma;&iota;&alpha; &mu;&iota;&alpha;
-&kappa;&alpha;&lambda;ή
-&kappa;&omicron;&iota;&nu;&omega;&nu;ί&alpha;.
-&Omicron;
-ά&nu;&theta;&rho;&omega;&pi;&omicron;&sigmaf;
-&theta;&alpha;
-&pi;&rho;έ&pi;&epsilon;&iota; &nu;&alpha;
-&phi;&iota;&lambda;&omicron;&delta;&omicron;&xi;&epsilon;ί
-&gamma;&iota;&alpha; &mu;&iota;&alpha;
-&sigma;&omega;&sigma;&tau;ή &zeta;&omega;ή,
-&alpha;&nu;&omicron;&iota;&chi;&tau;ή
-&mu;&epsilon;
-&upsilon;&pi;&epsilon;&rho;&eta;&phi;ά&nu;&epsilon;&iota;&alpha;
-&kappa;&alpha;&iota; &alpha;&upsilon;&tau;ό
-&sigma;&eta;&mu;&alpha;ί&nu;&epsilon;&iota;
-"Ό&chi;&iota;" &sigma;&tau;&omicron;
-&iota;&delta;&iota;ό&kappa;&tau;&eta;&tau;&omicron;
-&lambda;&omicron;&gamma;&iota;&sigma;&mu;&iota;&kappa;ό.</p>
-
-
-
-
-<p>
-&Alpha;&xi;ί&zeta;&epsilon;&tau;&epsilon;
-&tau;&omicron; &nu;&alpha;
-&mu;&pi;&omicron;&rho;&epsilon;ί&tau;&epsilon;
-&nu;&alpha;
-&sigma;&upsilon;&nu;&epsilon;&rho;&gamma;ά&zeta;&epsilon;&sigma;&theta;&epsilon;
-&alpha;&nu;&omicron;&iota;&chi;&tau;ά
-&kappa;&alpha;&iota;
-&epsilon;&lambda;&epsilon;ύ&theta;&epsilon;&rho;&alpha;
-&mu;&epsilon;
-ά&lambda;&lambda;&omicron;&upsilon;&sigmaf;
-&alpha;&nu;&theta;&rho;ώ&pi;&omicron;&upsilon;&sigmaf;
-&pi;&omicron;&upsilon;
-&chi;&rho;&eta;&sigma;&iota;&mu;&omicron;&pi;&omicron;&iota;&omicron;ύ&nu;
-&lambda;&omicron;&gamma;&iota;&sigma;&mu;&iota;&kappa;ό.
-&Alpha;&xi;ί&zeta;&epsilon;&tau;&epsilon;
-&nu;&alpha;
-&mu;ά&theta;&epsilon;&tau;&epsilon;
-&pi;&omega;&sigmaf;
-&lambda;&epsilon;&iota;&tau;&omicron;&upsilon;&rho;&gamma;&epsilon;ί
-&tau;&omicron;
-&lambda;&omicron;&gamma;&iota;&sigma;&mu;&iota;&kappa;ό
-&kappa;&alpha;&iota; &nu;&alpha;
-&delta;&iota;&delta;ά&xi;&epsilon;&tau;&epsilon;
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packages of Winboard at
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Forum</a>,
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(via http) and
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ftp).
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and the latest we are working on.
-If you want to <a href="#tag-A3">help us</a> test, or just want to use the new 
features, you might prefer to use those over the stable version.
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Build Server</a> we provide packages that can be installed in parallel to the 
normal xboard version. To do this the programs are renamed to xboardnext 
(latest from the v4.7.x branch in git) and xboardgit (latest version from the 
master branch in git). Packages are available for: Debian 6.0, Fedora 17/18, 
RedHat RHEL 6, opensuse 12.1/12.2/12.3/Tumbleweed/Factory, Centos 6, Arch, 
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for testing purposes only. Please let us know if you have any problems related 
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href="ftp://alpha.gnu.org/gnu/xboard/";> master-20130828</a>.</li>
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available at the moment)</li>
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-<p> The <a href="http://git.savannah.gnu.org/cgit/xboard.git";>git 
repository</a> is available on Savannah. All branches can be viewed there. The 
web page also provides tar-balls of all tagged versions, these tar-balls are 
different from the ones that you can download from the <a 
href="ftp://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/xboard/";> ftp-server </a> and you will need to run 
<code>./autogen.sh</code> on them as described below.</p>
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-<p> If you want to get a copy of the repository you can clone it using the 
command <code>"git clone http://git.savannah.gnu.org/r/xboard.git";</code>. For 
more information on how to use git, please visit the git home page.</p>
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-<p> After cloning the git-repository or downloading and unpacking a snapshot 
tar-ball from the git repository,
-run <code>./autogen.sh</code>, <code>./configure</code> and then 
<code>make</code> and <code>make install</code>.</p>
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-<p> Unpack the tar ball and do <code>./configure</code> followed by 
<code>make</code> and <code>make install</code>.</p>
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-<p>For development sources and other information, please see
-the <a href="http://savannah.gnu.org/projects/xboard/";>XBoard project
-page</a> at <a href="http://savannah.gnu.org";>savannah.gnu.org</a>.</p>
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-<p>You can also find an archive of old versions on <a 
href="ftp://ftp.gnu.org/old-gnu/xboard/";>the ftp server</a>.</p>
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-<h3><a name="tag-A4">Documentation</h3>
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-<p>The official <a href="manual/">manual page for XBoard</a> is available 
online,
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-This discusses every feature XBoard has in detail.
-You may also find this information on your local system by
-running <em>info&nbsp;xboard</em> or <em>man&nbsp;xboard</em>, or by
-looking at <em>/usr/doc/xboard/</em>,
-<em>/usr/local/doc/xboard/</em>, or similar directories on your system.</p>
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-<p>There now also exists an <a href="user_guide/UserGuide.html">XBoard User 
Guide</a>, which only presents the main features in a more pedestrian way.
-This would be an excellent starting point if you are a novice XBoard user.
-If you have prior experience with XBoard, but just want to know what new 
features have been added since the version you were used to,
-the pages in the <a href="whats_new/index.html">What's New</a> section would 
be the place to go.
-</p>
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-<p>A description of the Chess Engine Communication Protocol used by XBoard to 
communicate with Chess Engines can be found <a 
href="engine-intf.html">here</a>.</p>
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-<h3><a name="tag-A5"Screenshots</h3>
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-<p>These are screenshots taken from version 4.4.0 (click to enlarge).</p>
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[screenshot normal game] " height="200" /></a>
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src="graphics/xboard-4.4.0-variant.png" alt=" [screenshot bughouse game] " 
height="200" /></a>
-<a href="graphics/xboard-4.4.0-showgi.png"><img 
src="graphics/xboard-4.4.0-showgi.png" alt=" [screenshot shogi game] " 
height="200" /></a>
-<a href="graphics/xboard-4.4.0-petite.png"><img 
src="graphics/xboard-4.4.0-petite.png" alt=" [screenshot auxiliary windows " 
height="200" /></a>
-<a href="graphics/xboard-4.4.0-XQ.png"><img src="graphics/xboard-4.4.0-XQ.png" 
alt=" [screenshot xiangqi game] " height="200" /></a>
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-<h3><a name="tag-A3">Help needed</h3>
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-<p>It would be great if people would like to help in the developing process. 
We can use all kinds of help, from people who just use the software and have a 
feature request (send them to developer mailing list), to people who can 
update/check the documentation and especially people who test development 
versions (send problems to the developer mailing list).
-Have a look at the following list in case you are interested:</p>
-
-<h4>Translators </h4>
-<p>We added support for different languages to XBoard and need people to 
translate it. The translation is handled by <a 
href="http://translationproject.org/html/welcome.html";>the translation 
project</a>. You can check on the <a 
href="http://translationproject.org/domain/xboard.html";>current status</a> and 
how to <a href="http://translationproject.org/html/translators.html";>join the 
translation project</a>. </p>
-
-<h4>Testers </h4>
-<p> We are always looking for people who are willing to test the latest new 
features and give us feedback or new ideas. If you are interested, please send 
an email to our list at <a 
href="mailto:address@hidden";>&lt;address@hidden&gt;</a> or just try out the 
program and reports bugs either to the email list or to the bug-tracker (see <a 
href="#download">below</a> for links).</p>
-
-<h4>GTK developer needed</h4>
-<p> We are also working on merging Winboard and XBoard back into one version 
using a cross platform GTK-front end. This will help us clean up the code and 
make things like internationalization easier. We made some progress, if you 
know want to help out there are still lots of things waiting to be done. Email 
the <a href="mailto:address@hidden";>mailing list</a> for more information. </p>
-
-<h4>EPD test-suite capability</h4>
-<p>A sort of match mode where one engine automatically does a number of 
'games',
-(using a position file filled with EPDs as starting positions),
-except that each 'game' lasts only for one move, and the 'result' is then 
computed
-by XBoard depending on if this move was the correct solution specified in the 
EPD.</p>
-
-<h4>Multi-board ICS mode</h4>
-<p>Implement a slave mode where XBoard forks itself, connecting a pipe between
-what normally would be the ICS socket of the child, and a new output channel
-of the parent, so that the parent can forward board and move lists belonging to
-a specific game to the slave dedicated to display it.</p>
-
-<h4>Update the documentation</h4>
-<p>The documentation could need some updates. In our effort to merge
-Winboard and XBoard back together, we also want to merge the RTF file
-back into the XBoard texinfo file.  This will take some effort though,
-since the two versions still differ in several areas and this would
-need to be highlighted. The benefit would be though that we could
-prepare a much better and up to date Windows documentation.
-</p>
-
-<h4>Update the webpage</h4>
-
-<p>The content of the webpage could be updated with screenshots from
-the latest version. We also have a new tutorial that could be
-integrated. The webpage should also be integrated with git, so that
-all developers have access to it.</p>
-
-<h3>Links</h3>
-
-<ul>
-  <li> XBoard/Winboard
-    <ul>
-      <li> <a href="http://www.tim-mann.org/chess.html";>Tim's original 
pages</a> are still available.</li>
-      <li> XBoard can also run engines that use the UCI protocol, with
-       the aid of the Polyglot protocol adapter.  A new Polyglot
-       version, (1.4.67b), especially adapted to support the new
-       features of XBoard 4.4.0 and later, can be
-       found <a 
href="http://alpha.uhasselt.be/Research/Algebra/Toga/polyglot-release/";>here</a>.</li>
-
-    </ul>
-  </li>
-  <li> Incomplete list of computer engines that work with XBoard
-    <ul>
-      <li><a href="http://www.gnu.org/software/chess/";>GNU chess</a></li>
-      <li><a 
href="http://home.hccnet.nl/h.g.muller/CVfairy.html";>Fairy-Max</a></li>
-      <li><a href="http://wbec-ridderkerk.nl/html/lastupdates.htm";>A list with 
lots of engines</a></li>
-
-      <li><a href="http://home.hccnet.nl/h.g.muller/XQ.html";>List of Xiangqi 
engines</a></li>
-      <li> other popular engines are crafty, phalanx, fruit, toga2, glaurung, 
... </li>
-    </ul>
-  </li>
-  <li> Chess server you can connect to using XBoard
-    <ul>
-      <li> <a href="http://www.freechess.org";> Free Internet Chess Server 
(FICS) </a></li>
-
-      <li> <a href="http://www.chessclub.com/";> The Internet Chess Club </a> 
</li>
-
-      <li> <a href="http://80.100.28.169/";> The Variant ICS </a> </li>
-    </ul>
-  </li>
-  <li> Other interfaces
-    <ul>
-      <li> <a href="http://www.bergo.eng.br/eboard/";>eboard</a> </li>
-
-    </ul>
-  </li>
-</ul>
-
-<h3>Frequently Asked Question(FAQ)</h3>
-
-<p>If you have any questions, please check out our <a 
href="FAQ.html">FAQ</a>.</p>
-
-
-<h3>Mailing Lists and Discussion Forums</h3>
-
-<h4>mailing lists</h4>
-
-<p>XBoard has two mailing lists:
-<a href="mailto:address@hidden";>&lt;address@hidden&gt;</a> and
-<a href="mailto:address@hidden";>&lt;address@hidden&gt;</a>.</p>
-
-<p>The main discussion list is
-<a href="mailto:address@hidden";>&lt;address@hidden&gt;</a>,
-and is used to discuss most aspects of XBoard, including development
-and enhancement requests. Please send bug reports
-to <a href="mailto:address@hidden";>&lt;address@hidden&gt;</a>.</p>
-
-<p>Announcements about XBoard and most other GNU software are made on
-<a href="mailto:address@hidden";>&lt;address@hidden&gt;</a>.</p>
-
-<p>To subscribe to these or any GNU mailing lists, please send an empty
-mail with a Subject: header of just <tt>subscribe</tt> to the relevant
--request list.  For example, to subscribe yourself to the GNU
-announcement list, you would send mail to <a
-href="mailto:address@hidden?Subject=subscribe";>&lt;address@hidden&gt;</a>.
-Or you can use the <a
-href="http://lists.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/info-gnu";>mailing list web
-interface</a>.</p>
-
-<h4>discussion forums</h4>
-
-<p>A very active forum is the <a 
href="http://www.open-aurec.com/wbforum/";>WinBoard Forum</a> (where our current 
main developer HGM can be found).</p>
-
-<h3>Reporting Bugs and Requesting New Features</h3>
-
-<p> If you think you found a bug, please check the <a 
href="http://savannah.gnu.org/bugs/?group=xboard";>bugtracker</a> for open and 
already closed bugs. If you found a new bug, please, file a bug-report either 
via our bug-related email list or in the <a 
href="http://savannah.gnu.org/bugs/?group=xboard";>bugtracker</a>.
-
-
-<p> For feature requests, please use our mailinglist: <a 
href="mailto:address@hidden";>&lt;address@hidden&gt;</a>.</p>
-
-<!-- will be in one of the next releases
--<h3>Translating XBoard</h3>
-
-<p>To translate XBoard's messages into other languages, please see the <a
-href="http://translationproject.org/domain/xboard.html";>Translation Project
-page for XBoard</a>.  If you have a new translation of the message strings,
-or updates to the existing strings, please have the changes made in this
-repository.  Only translations from this site will be incorporated into
-XBoard.  For more information, see the <a
-href="http://translationproject.org/html/welcome.html";>Translation
-Project welcome page</a>.
--->
-
-<p>Please remember that development of XBoard, and GNU in general, is a
-volunteer effort, and you also can contribute. For information, please
-read <a href="/help/">How to help GNU</a>.</p>
-
-
-<h3 id="license">Licensing</h3>
-
-<p>XBoard
-is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the
-terms of the <a href="http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html";
-rel="license">GNU General Public License</a> as published by the Free
-Software Foundation; either version&nbsp;3 of the License, or (at your
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