Write a README.txt file

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Description: 
This less will describe what to put in your README.txt file
Overview: 

If anyone has questions about your module, a README.txt file is often the first place they'll look. If they're working offline, it may be the only place they look. Let's make it useful!

Steps: 
  1. Write an introduction. This can be a short (one-paragraph) description of your module.
  2. Write installation instructions. If your module has any special requirements on installation, describe those here. If you have any configuration screens that need to be used after install, say where those can be found. And also point to basic installation instructions (this may be the first module someone ever installs!) for the appropriate version of Drupal, e.g. 6: http://drupal.org/documentation/install/modules-themes/modules-5-6, 7: http://drupal.org/documentation/install/modules-themes/modules-7, 8: http://drupal.org/documentation/install/modules-themes/modules-8
  3. Write support instructions. Where can someone find help? Maybe point to your contact page on Drupal.org, or your IRC nickname if you offer support in IRC.