According to the Open Source Program’s rules, projects should include relevant documentation. What does it mean?

An open-source project should include information that helps users understand what the project is about, such as a detailed README description. Project documentation may include the project’s title and goals, product features, installation and deployment guidelines, etc. In addition, we encourage open-source projects to have a code of conduct and contributing guidelines.

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