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move links: GRNET gitlab to eSSIF-Lab github

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The Terminology Engine plugin of GRNET uses additional header fields. These are (or will be) defined [here](./docs/terminology-contributions).
The `sidebars.js` file contains the basic mechanism for [distributing content among sections](https://v2.docusaurus.io/docs/docs-introduction#sidebar) and is self-explanatory (compare with the sidebar appearing [here](https://essif-lab.github.io/framework/docs/essifLab-project)). Subsections within the `.md` file (that is, tagged with `##`) will appear at the right part of the page (see for example [here](https://essif-lab.pages.grnet.gr/essif-lab/docs/infrastructure)).
The `sidebars.js` file contains the basic mechanism for [distributing content among sections](https://v2.docusaurus.io/docs/docs-introduction#sidebar) and is self-explanatory (compare with the sidebar appearing [here](https://essif-lab.github.io/framework/docs/essifLab-project)). Subsections within the `.md` file (that is, tagged with `##`) will appear at the right part of the page (see for example [here](https://essif-lab.github.io/essif-lab/docs/infrastructure)).
## Inserting Images in docs
<!-- **DEPRECATED** Images must be put inside the directory `static/images` and developers must refer to them using _relative_ urls.
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### Governance
<!--This section identifies the organizational body (Jurisdiction) that governs the scope. Optionally, a reference to the governance framework/procedures may be made.-->
The [eSSIF-Lab project](https://essif-lab.eu/) governs the terminology within this scope, according to the procedures mentioned in the [eSSIF-Lab Framework](https://essif-lab.pages.grnet.gr/framework/docs/terminology/).
The [eSSIF-Lab project](https://essif-lab.eu/) governs the terminology within this scope, according to the procedures mentioned in the [eSSIF-Lab Framework](https://essif-lab.github.io/framework/docs/terminology/).
### Objectives/Issues
<!--State the purpose for having the scope in terms of objectives that are aimed for and/or issues that are to be addressed.-->
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## Mental Model
This chapter describes the mental model for decentralized risk management. The model uses [eSSIF-Lab terminology](https://essif-lab.pages.grnet.gr/framework/docs/essifLab-glossary), in particular that which is related to [Parties, Actors and Actions](https://essif-lab.pages.grnet.gr/framework/docs/terms/pattern-party-actor-action).
This chapter describes the mental model for decentralized risk management. The model uses [eSSIF-Lab terminology](https://essif-lab.github.io/framework/docs/essifLab-glossary), in particular that which is related to [Parties, Actors and Actions](https://essif-lab.github.io/framework/docs/terms/pattern-party-actor-action).
### Summary
This mental model captures the foundational concepts and relations that we need for thinking about decentralized risk management. It answers questions such as "What is a risk?", "Who is to address what risks?", "What's in it for me?", "How do the terms 'Governance', 'Risk management' and 'Compliance' relate to one another?", and more.
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## Mental Model
This chapter describes the mental model for decentralized risk management. The model uses [eSSIF-Lab terminology](https://essif-lab.pages.grnet.gr/framework/docs/essifLab-glossary), in particular that which is related to [Parties, Actors and Actions](https://essif-lab.pages.grnet.gr/framework/docs/terms/pattern-party-actor-action).
This chapter describes the mental model for decentralized risk management. The model uses [eSSIF-Lab terminology](https://essif-lab.github.io/framework/docs/essifLab-glossary), in particular that which is related to [Parties, Actors and Actions](https://essif-lab.github.io/framework/docs/terms/pattern-party-actor-action).
### Summary
This mental model captures the foundational concepts and relations that we need for thinking about decentralized risk management. It answers questions such as "What is a risk?", "Who is to address what risks?", "What's in it for me?", "How do the terms 'Governance', 'Risk management' and 'Compliance' relate to one another?", and more.
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