Just an FYI. I'm using GitHub for info on some computer hardware and will be adding a repository
for SQLite query code for my LambTracker program that is a separate repository there. In fact am
looking at either a link to Scrivener files or ODT files for my query info. I
There are many GitHub project that are not code at all.
Some of the private repositories use GitHub to manage huge document collections as in laws and
things for various government entities.
The thing GitHub does not seem to handle well is when the item that has the changes is an image.
How to keep changes to graphics is not an easy problem. You can save the entire new picture file
but a better way would be to save the changes only. Not easy though.
On Nov 2, 2014, at 4:55 PM, Tom Davies <email@example.com> wrote:
Errr, i think i don't understand Git Hub.
I thought it was only for writing code and although it made it easier to
collaborate with other people it was 'just' about writing code. I didn't
thing it was for releasing code to "the general public". Now i'm beginning
to think that view might have been too limited and out-dated.
Eugenie (Oogie) McGuire
Desert Weyr, LLC - Black Welsh Mountain Sheep http://www.desertweyr.com/
LambTracker - Open Source SW for Shepherds http://www.lambtracker.com
Paonia, CO USA
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