Test of Github as a Tutorial Hosting Platform - Literate Specifications with specs2

This is an experiment with how well Github is suited to host coding tutorials. Turns out that the navigation and presentation could be a bit better, but overall it seems to be fairly usable. And since the tutorial has the form of a git repository, we are not restricted to using Github, but can come up with software that is specifically designed to present the subsequent commits as steps of a tutorial… clearly, DVCS and self-contained repositories are very powerful ideas.


Oh, and if you’re into BDD, technical writing or literate programming you might find the content of the tutorial of interest.