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GitHub Pages [Aug. 16th, 2014|10:58 am]
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So if you want your the projects that you are creating to have spiffy pages you can automagically generate pages from your readme files from git hub, this creates a branch then you can edit the branch and push your changes so that your project can be more available, and spiffed out to the world, all while being hosted on octocat incs servers.

So serve it out there and generate.


The example of a generated site.
http://unixarcade.github.io/Empty-Dungeon-Adventure/

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