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[GNUnet-developers] New and Github

From: Devan Carpenter
Subject: [GNUnet-developers] New and Github
Date: Wed, 1 Aug 2018 16:42:15 +0200

Hi everyone - 

As you can see, I've pushed a "markdown" formatted README to the repo.
Please note this is not replacing the plaintext README file.

My goal has been to make something that newcomers can read and use to
get started with GNUnet. Hopefully containing enough in 1 single
document to where they don't have to go searching for more documentation
just to get installed and begin using GNUnet.

Would love to hear feedback on this approach, and my attempt at it.
Also, the readme is far from complete, so please add to it.

Now the next part of this message is about getting back on Github. I've
discussed this with a few others, and we think it could be beneficial to
have an official mirror there. I think it could even be good to think
about moving in this direction:

As long as we keep control of our own infrastructure which will remain
as the origin, I don't see any harm, and it could prove beneficial for
opening up to more developers, and interested individuals in general.

I've created the README with rendering on Github in mind, and you can
see what it looks like here:

Kind regards, and happy hacking
- dvn

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