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== Some notes ==
 
== Some notes ==
  
* Asheesh recommends you encourage Windows and Mac users to stay away from "GitHub for Windows" and "GitHub for Mac" because the steps you need to follow with those are different than what we have documented. Others have disagreed on this, but that's what Asheesh thinks. (The laptop setup guide also steers clear of those, so if students are following directions, they will do things the Asheesh way.)
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* Asheesh recommends you encourage Windows and Mac users to stay away from "Github for Windows" and "Github for Mac" because the steps you need to follow with those are different than what we have documented. Others have disagreed on this, but that's what Asheesh thinks. (The laptop setup guide also steers clear of those, so if students are following directions, they will do things the Asheesh way.)
  
 
* Your main repository is configured, via [http://pages.github.com/ GitHub Pages], to load on the web at a HTTP URL the same as the repository name. So, once you merge students' pull requests, they should be visible on the web at that address.
 
* Your main repository is configured, via [http://pages.github.com/ GitHub Pages], to load on the web at a HTTP URL the same as the repository name. So, once you merge students' pull requests, they should be visible on the web at that address.

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