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It is an option worth exploring as the presentation of document looks
better, long topics with graphics can be created as topics, and there are
many more features. I have also used it for one of the documentation that
was more for developers. Certainly looks interesting option.
On Wed, Sep 4, 2013 at 1:02 AM, Mark Giffin <mgiffin -at- earthlink -dot- net> wrote:
> 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!
> Mark Giffin
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