Over time, we encounter people who have reused contents from this
repository for their own systems, and would like to collaborate with
us to make changes which ease their external use case. While
extremely flattering, that's not the intent of our publishing of the
files here, and accepting changes to it which support use cases
other than our own represents additional risk to our production
Update the introduction and contributing sections of the README file
in order to explain that such changes will be rejected by our
We're moving to OFTC and this tries to capture the various types of
updates for bots and docs we'll need to do. I don't expect this to
be complete, but adds some good reminder for a few things we don't
want to miss.
There's a bunch in here. This is mostly big-ticket things and test
fixes. Also, change the README to rst - because why is it markdown?