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+*.swp
+*.out
+*.html
diff --git a/README.md b/README.md
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 # entropy-mnemonics
 
-[![Build Status](https://travis-ci.org/NebulousLabs/entropy-mnemonics.svg?branch=master)](https://travis-ci.org/NebulousLabs/entropy-mnemonics)
-[![Documentation](https://img.shields.io/badge/docs-godoc-blue.svg)](https://godoc.org/github.com/NebulousLabs/entropy-mnemonics)
-
-mnemonics is a golang package that converts byte slices into human-friendly
-phrases. The primary purpose is to assist with the generation of
-cryptographically secure passwords. The threshold for a cryptographically
-secure password is between 128 and 256 bits, which when converted to base64 is
-22-43 random characters. Random characters are both difficult to remember and
-subject to error when spoken or written down; slurring or sloppy handwriting
-can make it difficult to recover a password.
-
-These considerations may seem strange to those who use password managers; why
-write down the password at all? The answer is: healthy paranoia. Retaining a
-physical copy of a password protects the user from disk failure and malware.
-
-mnemonics solves these problems by converting byte slices into human-intelligible
-phrases. Take the following 128 bit example:
-
-```
-Hex:      a26a4821e36c7f7dccaa5484c080cefa
-Base64:   ompIIeNsf33MqlSEwIDO+g==
-Mnemonic: austere sniff aching hiding pact damp focus tacit timber pram left wonders
-```
-
-Though more verbose, the mnemonic phrase is less prone to human transcription errors.
-
-The words are chosen from a dictionary of size 1626, such that a 12-word phrase
-corresponds to almost exactly 128 bits of entropy. Note that only the first few
-characters of each word need be unique; for the English dictionary, 3 characters
-are sufficient. This means that passphrases can be altered to make them more
-understandable or more easily memorized. For example, the phrase "austere sniff aching"
-could be changed to "austere sniff achoo" and the phrase would still decode correctly.
-
-Full UTF-8 support is available for dictionaries, including input normalization
-for inputs with [canonical equivalence](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unicode_equivalence).
-
-### Supported Dictionaries ###
-
-+ English (prefix size: 3)
-+ German (prefix size: 4)
-+ Japanese (prefix size: 3)
+This repository has moved to [GitLab](https://gitlab.com/NebulousLabs/entropy-mnemonics).
diff --git a/debian/changelog b/debian/changelog
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-golang-github-nebulouslabs-entropy-mnemonics (0.0~git20170413.0-2) UNRELEASED; urgency=medium
+golang-github-nebulouslabs-entropy-mnemonics (0.0~git20170413.0+git20181203.1.bc7e13c+ds-1) UNRELEASED; urgency=medium
 
+  [ Alexandre Viau ]
   * Point Vcs-* urls to salsa.debian.org.
 
- -- Alexandre Viau <aviau@debian.org>  Mon, 02 Apr 2018 19:32:10 -0400
+  [ Debian Janitor ]
+  * New upstream snapshot.
+
+ -- Alexandre Viau <aviau@debian.org>  Sun, 04 Sep 2022 00:20:54 -0000
 
 golang-github-nebulouslabs-entropy-mnemonics (0.0~git20170413.0-1) unstable; urgency=medium