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March 16, 2012

github — "Social coding"

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Wrote Steven Leckart in an article in the latest issue of Wired magazine about 48-hour startups, alluding to those that don't make it: "At best, a project's source code gets uploaded to github, a sort of Wikipedia for code where one of the website's million users might start a new fork, or version. But often the code just sits there. Forever. It's called abandonware."

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