On Wed, Feb 07, 2018 at 12:36:07PM +0530, Jogender Kvs wrote:
I have explained the license of V-Rep in my blog seperately as :
V-REP binaries comes with 2 types of licensing : Commercial and
While Commercial license is albeit a closed binary, Educational license is
please see to it and let me know for any further changes.
Jogender, here are some changes the article needs:
* The licensing diagram isn't needed. Further, it's not a freely
licensed graphic so it's not suitable to copy and paste it into an
article elsewhere. Simply explain the licensing situation in words.
While I think it would be preferable to cover truly free/libre
software that fills this space, that's not a blocker to covering
* The article doesn't walk the user through any basic usage or a
typical experimental setup. It needs that to be more readable,
understandable, and useful. Screenshots and menu descriptions
aren't enough by themselves.
* When you walk through a typical setup, also describe the hardware
you're using. A photo or two of the results might be nice as well.
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