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git is the current preferred app for managing different versions
of your files.

  ❄ You can use it on your local machine, from a server on your local intranet,
from a server on the Internet, or (the widest and mostly public) through
github.

  ❄ It uses xxx protocol through the Internet, and has a nice Web interface.

  ❄ It can be used for any kind of files.
  
  ❄ Most of the info here relates to WordPress.

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install:

 ❄ on gnu/linux you probably already have it.

 ❄ more info to go here. :)



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resources for learning git:

  ❄ Why You Need to Start Using git Today [oct 2012]
     very nice introduction and summaries
     Culttt.com/2012/10/10/why-you-need-to-start-using-git-today/

  ❄ Git Immersion
    GitImmersion.com/

  ❄ Understanding GitHub: A Journey for Beginners

      Part 1: Don't Get Scared, Get Started
      ReadWrite.com/2013/09/30/understanding-github-a-journey-for-beginners-part-1 
      [sept 2013] gotit

      Part 2: Commit, Push And Go
      ReadWrite.com/2013/10/02/github-for-beginners-part-2
      [oct 2013] gotit

  ❄ book tutorials:

    Pro Git - free book
    Book.git-scm.com/ - free
    GitHub.com/progit/progit - free
    [2013] [gotit]

    Pragmatic Version Control Using Git
    PragProg.com/book/tsgit/pragmatic-version-control-using-git 
    buy - paper and e-book
    [2013]


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general git how-tos:

  StackOverflow.com/questions/8230645/development-process-deployment-github

  StackOverflow.com/questions/14878807/a-git-deploy-strategy-that-has-different-ignore-rules-for-production

  OpenLogic.com/wazi/bid/268619/Git-tips-and-tricks

  CaiusTheory.com/adding-a-remote-to-existing-git-repo

  Try Git
    CodeSchool.com/courses/try-git


  A successful Git branching model
    NVIE.com/posts/a-successful-git-branching-model/

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Videos for git:

  ❄ GitHubGuides, at YouTube
     YouTube.com/GitHubGuides

  ❄ Git Basics at YouTube
    YouTube.com/watch?v=8oRjP8yj2Wo&list=PLg7s6cbtAD165JTRsXh8ofwRw0PqUnkVH

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references for git:

  ❄ Git Reference
    GitRef.org

  ❄ Git Guide by Roger Dudler
    RogerDudler.github.io/git-guide/
    Very quick - good as a refresher.


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more links for git:

  ❄ Search "git" at programmers.stackexchange.com - Paste this into google or duckduckgo:
        "git" site:programmers.stackexchange.com
        Also: https://programmers.stackexchange.com/questions/tagged/git

  ❄ Search "git" on Stack[Overflow|Exchange]
        https://stackoverflow.com/search?q=git
        https://wordpress.stackexchange.com/search?q=git

  ❄ Search "git" at Google
        https://encrypted.google.com/search?hl=en&q=%22git%22