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(Explanaiton of git. re ordered.)
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* [https://github.com/RichmondMakerLabs Richmond MakerLabs on GitHub]
 
* [https://bitbucket.org/richmondmakerlabs/ Richmond Makerlabs on bitbucket]
 
* [https://notabug.org/amunizp/DataAnalyisisOpenUniversity amunizp openuniveristy project On notabug.org]
 
* [https://gitlab.com/groups/RichmondMakerLabs Richmond Makerlabs in GitLab] you can use your github and bitbucket account to log in.
 
 
 
Normally code version control systems but can be used to store and collaboratively contribute other things:
 
Normally code version control systems but can be used to store and collaboratively contribute other things:
 
* novels
 
* novels
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* 3D models
 
* 3D models
 
* ....
 
* ....
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The technology normally used is call *git* an unfortunate name but it enables to easily colaborate between multiple people:
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* [https://github.com/RichmondMakerLabs Richmond MakerLabs on GitHub]
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* [https://bitbucket.org/richmondmakerlabs/ Richmond Makerlabs on bitbucket]
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* [https://notabug.org/amunizp/DataAnalyisisOpenUniversity amunizp openuniveristy project On notabug.org]
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* [https://gitlab.com/groups/RichmondMakerLabs Richmond Makerlabs in GitLab] you can use your github and bitbucket account to log in.

Revision as of 23:34, 8 March 2016

Normally code version control systems but can be used to store and collaboratively contribute other things:

  • novels
  • flyers
  • documents
  • artwork
  • hardware
  • 3D models
  • ....

The technology normally used is call *git* an unfortunate name but it enables to easily colaborate between multiple people: