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Those are SlackBuilds that I wrote for my Slackware installations.
Each branch in this repository contains SlackBuild targeting a specific version of Slackware. Normally, only one branch is “active” at any given time: the branch for whatever version of Slackware I am currently using—I do not maintain my SlackBuilds for other versions.
The current active branch is current-20191101. This branch targets a snapshot of Slackware-current taken on 1 November 2019. Note that I do not track -current: those SlackBuilds will not be regularly updated to reflect changes happening on -current. Instead, after an arbitrarily defined period of time, I will take another snapshot of -current and use that as the new target version, and progressively update all the SlackBuilds accordingly. I will repeat that until Slackware-15.0 is released.
The slackware-14.2 branch is now mostly inactive as I have switched to -current. However, as an exception to the above rule about maintaining SlackBuilds for one version only, I still maintain—for now at least—all the SlackBuilds in that branch related to the modern branch of GnuPG (that is, n/gnupg itself and all its dependencies).
All those SlackBuilds are primarily intended for my own usage. Of course everyone is free to use them as they see fit, but please understand that you’re doing that at your own risks.
I used to also provide pre-compiled packages, which I made available as a slapt-get-compatible source directory. I don’t advertise those packages anymore and the publication of the directory is discontinued.
All my SlackBuilds are distributed under the terms of a 1-clause BSD like license, which is included in each SlackBuild script.