Thanks for the thumbs up, and glad to know my efforts are appreciated :)
Unfortunately, I'm on the precipice of moving my fledgling blog to either
Wordpress or Octopress on Github, so I don't want to add it to the
kernel.org page yet. However, when I do, I'll turn my blogspot tutorial
into a big ol' redirecter.
On Mon, Jul 8, 2013 at 1:34 AM, Thomas Ferris Nicolaisen
> On Monday, July 8, 2013 1:30:39 AM UTC+2, Scott Danzig wrote:
>> I was just going to outline my typical workflow with Git, but I tend to
>> want to make sure the reader understands what I talk about, and figure,
>> even if there are a million things on the internet, it might be my way of
>> explaining it that someone groks. I ended up adding a massive Git tutorial
>> section. Not comprehensive, but enough to get someone going. Wondering if
>> anyone here wants to have a look at it and let me know if you think it was
>> worthwhile or not? :)
> Cool stuff! I like that you take very small steps with lots of
> screenshots. That does separate it from other tutorials out there, so I
> think it has value. You just have to make sure it's linked to from the
> proper places.
> You can add it here:
> And you can also go around to other blogs about Git documentation and
> mention it in a comment. I've taken the liberty of sharing it with the Git
> community on Google+.
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