When creating a new Gatsby site with
gatsby new gatsby-site, there exists the file
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If I delete the
src/ directory and all files inside, do I still need to keep the
I plan on creating a open source site created with
Gatsby (with no explicit license stated so that any users who want to use my code must contact me first)
The only files I will keep are
.prettierrc. These are very simple files to create, so I could delete them and rewrite them myself.