I will take the shorter profile for an explanation on how to work with this kind of copy/pasted profiles – and am pretty sure once you've got the idea, you can deal with the other one as well. Instead of a simple copy/paste, I will apply some structure to it, and add some explanations:
Profile: Display Unlocked (61)1
- Condition: Event: Display Unlocked2
- Task: Enter: Get Location For Weather (62)3
- A1: AutoLocation Location4
[ Configuration:Starting Location Monitor
Location Report Name: Weather
Update Type: Balanced Package:com.joaomgcd.autolocation Name:AutoLocation Location Timeout (Seconds):0 ]
For a starter: Tasker works with profiles, which are combining conditions (when should something be done?) with tasks (what should be done?). You also can have stand-alone tasks, which then could be triggered e.g. from shortcuts on your homescreen – but that's a different thing I won't discuss here. So:
1 This line just tells you to create a new profile and give it a "speaking name" (must not necessarily be the same to the letter).
2 When you named your profile, Tasker will automatically ask you to create a condition. There are different types of conditions: "events" (something that "happens in a short time frame", such as unlocking the display), and "states" (some rather "long-term status", such as being connected to a WiFi network). Depending on the condition type, the tasks also might be processed differently: tasks based on an "event" e.g. usually revert their changes back to the original state when the condition is no longer met. So in this specific case, you select "event" from the popup, and watch out for the matching category holding the "display unlocked" event, then select it.
3 Once you've defined your condition, Tasker will ask you to create (and name) a "task". This is called the "enter task", as it's processed when entering the profile5. So the name to specify is up to you, "Get Location for Weather" is a suggestion wich you're free to accept. The "task editor" will popup then.
4 A1..An in the linked tutorial specify steps inside the "enter task" you should add in this order. In our above example, this is just a single step: Selecting (and configuring) Jaos "AutoLocation" addon. So everything following inside the square brackets are configuration advices you should follow in the plugins popup/page, which will appear when you've selected it (located usually in "plugins" or "3rd party").
5 There are also optional "exit tasks", which can be used to trigger actions when the condition is no longer met. As I described above, with tasks based on a "state condition", Tasker usually reverts stuff to what it was before (if you e.g. have a task increasing the volume to "level 7", and it was "level 5" before, Tasker will automatically restore it back to "level 5"). However, this a) might not always be what you want to happen, and b) with multiple profiles overlapping, it might be necessary to (re-)set things explicitely. Example: Profile A starts and sets volume from 5 to 7. Then profile B starts, setting volume to mute. If now profile A ends, it would restore volume to 5, which might not be what you'd like. Say it wouldn't do so on end, profile B would then restore to 7 – again not what you want if profile A is no longer active. So you might need a manual solution, e.g. restore volume to a level on the condition whether the other profile is still active or not.
I hope this example helped you getting started. For more, I definitely recommend you visiting the Tasker Homepage, where you can find not only a UserGuide, but also several other Guides and tutorials, FAQs and more.