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The conda community has transitioned into using feedstocks, which are repositories that contain package recipes and all of the necessary configurations for building those recipes. This enables these packages to be automatically built using continuous integration (CI) services.
You can clone or fork many package feedstocks from Anaconda Recipes, though you can’t submit new feedstocks to that GitHub organization. To contribute new conda package feedstocks, submit them to conda-forge or bioconda with a pull request.
Feedstocks are welcome for programs that use any license, such as GPL, BSD, MIT or Apache, and all of the recipes the conda-forge and bioconda repositories are released into the public domain.
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