If you decide to commit after each save, you may like SparkleShare. It uses git 
as a backend, and does exactly this, makes a commit whenever anything changes 
in the directory. It feels a bit like a Dropbox, except it's not in the cloud 
(well, unless your git repo is in the cloud).


On 2011.02.28., at 21:43, "mark (my words)" <elib...@gmail.com> wrote:

> That's an interesting take. How would one go about using Dropbox for revision 
> control? I have an account softlinked to my writing directories, comes in 
> handy for snagging files when I'm without my laptop.
> 
> I think there might be a cultural divide here. Many developers don't 
> understand how writers write and many writers don't know anything about 
> development. There is an overlap, however, and within that you have folks 
> like Cory Doctorow, and Scott Chacon, it's amazing how many people use geek 
> tools to make poetry and novels and things.
> 
> (Way off topic here, sorry…The best writers I know are on the tech side. Tim 
> Bray for instance, blows me away with his thoughtful, clear, and inciting 
> writing—everyone should read ongoing.)
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