@annika A story told in git commits. I would totally read that fiction, especially if it was episodic and you could get updates by doing a git pull.

@cstanhope I'm now recalling my idea of using Git for a choose-your-own-adventure story. It's already chronological with support for branches.

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@annika Oh my goodness! YES!

(Oh wow. Could this be pedagogic tool? Even if not, lovely idea.)

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