We are makers and we are fixers. Information on how to make, build, and fix things in the real world wants to be free. We want to help make that possible: this week, we’re making our publishing software, Dozuki, free for anyone to host open source, community-driven instruction manuals.
Full post here, the first part – Make:Projects is shutting down which is pretty big news, at the end of the post, the announcement about free hosting for your open source projects.
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