today I'd like to introduce a new tool to manage Git hooks. It's called Mestral
and is available at GitHub: https://github.com/mestral/mestral

It is written in Ruby and inspired by Homebrew (http://brew.sh). It uses Git
itself to load and update hooks and aims to be easy to use for both users and
hook authors.

Currently, it's an early proof of concept and I'm looking for some early
adopters who want to try it, give valuable feedback and maybe contribute to the
development. That means any feedback is appreciated, may it be a short tweet to
@k0raktor, a reply to this mail, an issue on GitHub or a pull request.

Best regards,
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