👓 What are people using GitHub for besides coding? | InfoWorld

Read GitHub for the rest of us by Jon Udell (InfoWorld)
Git made it possible for programmers to coordinate distributed work across teams -- now GitHub makes it possible for everyone else

GitHub’s acquisition by Microsoft this week has many people writing about what GitHub is and how it could be used and leveraged by a larger institutional company. Jon Udell, who thinks a lot about annotation and and highlighting, has an excellent piece here (from 2015) that touches on some excellent forward-thinking pieces. Some of it is reminiscent to an article I wrote back in 2014: Git and Version Control for Novelists, Screenwriters, Academics, and the General Public. I’m hoping that in the coming years that the user interfaces for projects like these improve to make version control a more ubiquitous tool.

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