What are the ground rules applicable to forking over community wiki content from StackExchange to GitHub?
I surmise that License CC-by-SA 3.0 Unported should be kept at all times. Need more information on etiquette and content constraints:
- How should the repo link back to the underlying post (top or bottom section of
README.md, or somewhere else)?
- Should there be a link to the repo in the underlying post?
- If the repo is unmaintained, should the link be deleted?
- Should the underlying post be deleted once forked over to GitHub? (probably not but need positive reassurance on this)
- https://github.com/Hunter-Github/awesome-space-books (I based it on Resources and references on the topic of space exploration)
- https://github.com/dhilipsiva/webapp-checklist (forked off What technical details should a programmer of a web application consider before making the site public?)
- https://github.com/vhf/free-programming-books (based on the (in)famous https://stackoverflow.com/q/194812 , discussed in Add link to Github repo for "Free Programming EBooks" question)