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I converted lots of policy docs that had been written in Word and stored in Box into Markdown stored in GitHub, with a Makefile to turn them into PDFs. Now everyone can request and track changes to those docs using the tools that everyone’s use to, and there’s no more “who has the latest copy of policy Foo on their computer”?
5M ago
Tue May 05 2020