No, Github repos will always show you the sources. However, there's a
special mechanism for that on Github called "Pages":
Aside from that, there's also a documentation function that will display
readme-files rendered from wiki-markup below your source code.
And finally a wiki function that I haven't used too much. You can use either
of these to get your knowledge out there (probably the first one is the one
you want) :)
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