projectz - Stop wasting time maintaining your project's readme and package files!

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Watch the talk.Older environments may need Babel's Polyfill or something similar.

https://github.com/bevry/projectz

Dependencies:

badges : ^1.2.4
caterpillar : ^3.0.1
caterpillar-filter : ^3.0.0
caterpillar-human : ^3.0.0
chainy-core : ^1.6.0
chainy-plugin-each : ^1.1.0
chainy-plugin-feed : ^1.0.0
chainy-plugin-map : ^1.0.5
chainy-plugin-set : ^1.0.2
commander : ^2.9.0
cson : ^4.0.0
eachr : ^3.2.0
editions : ^1.3.3
extendr : ^3.2.2
fellow : ^2.3.0
safefs : ^4.1.0
spdx : ^0.5.1
spdx-license-list : ^3.0.1
taskgroup : 5
typechecker : ^4.4.1

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