btw -- another interesting idea which I now remembered but which wasn't
yet mentioned I believe: collaborate on google docs but keep version
control outside under git: https://github.com/satra/doc2hub
On Wed, 31 Jul 2013, Dylan Kinnett wrote:
> Hello group,
> I joined this group because I'm interested in using version control
> software to help writers, editors, publishers, scholars and archivists. In
> my efforts to figure this out, I've been introduced to Git, and to
> Flashbake, and to Git-Annex Assistant. These powerful tools are great!
> Because I'm a web developer in my day job, I'm sure I'll be able to learn
> them quickly enough and put them to work. The trouble is, most of the
> people I work on writing with are not so skilled with computers. Since most
> of this stuff is open source, I'm looking for ways to make these tools a
> little more user friendly, for the average writer, editor, etc.
> Here is a link to a blog post where I detailed some of my early thoughts on
> the subject:
> I would be grateful for any thoughts, comments, advice, etc. that any of
> you might be able to provide.
Yaroslav O. Halchenko, Ph.D.
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