ctucx.git: fritzbox-exporter

prometheus exporter for lte fritzboxes [used @ fbexporter.ctu.cx]

commit f2c9a1341acaba1963616396bab1df808bc369a5
parent fac404da464bae683f68e9951061623a852af35a
Author: Leah (ctucx) <leah@ctu.cx>
Date: Sat, 6 Mar 2021 18:37:48 +0100

add Isabelle to authors, add LICENSE
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diff --git a/fb_exporter.nimble b/fb_exporter.nimble
@@ -1,9 +1,9 @@
 # Package
 
 version       = "0.1.0"
-author        = "ctucx"
-description   = "A new awesome nimble package"
-license       = "GPL-2.0"
+author        = "ctucx, f2k1de"
+description   = "prometheus exporter for lte fritzboxes"
+license       = "GPL-3.0"
 srcDir        = "src"
 bin           = @["fb_exporter"]