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We had a discussion in here a while back about using GitHub in relation
to technical communication. I just ran across a project where the person
loves GitHub and is trying to make some changes that would make it
easier for writers to use. He doesn't talk about the usual areas of
writing that we talk about in techwr-l, but it gives a lot of good info
(like why you would even consider GitHub for writing) and also links out
to wider discussions on the issue. Very interesting!