February 26, 2013 AT 8:31 am

Dozuki, free for anyone to host open source, community-driven instruction manuals

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Dozuki, free for anyone to host open source, community-driven instruction manuals.

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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1 Comment

  1. I agree, this is a big deal. Anyone know the scoop? Are they going to a different system or shuttering it all together?

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