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All original code presented herein is distributed under the terms of the General Public License Version 3. Each of my projects on GitHub or GitLab has its own license attached to it. In cases where the GPLv3 could not be used, the MIT License has been selected instead.

Any exceptions are made explicit in context.

Undelying code base

This website is my creation. Its source is open to public scrutiny. All original text and code relevant to it partake of the aforementioned provisions.


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Back end

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Security protocol

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Domain name settings

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