Back from the holiday, catching up on traffic. Backlog stands at 113 messages.

Here's a nice tip that Giovanni added: publishing your files to the public (using a public S3 bucket)

Just before going on break, I added a new feature that I didn't mention here. git annex diffdriver integrates git-annex with git's external diff driver support. So if you have a smart diff program that can diff, say, genome sequences, or cat videos, or something in some useful way, it can be hooked up to git diff and will be able to see the content of annexed files.

Also today, I spent a couple hours today updating the license file included in the standalone git-annex builds to include the licenses of all the haskell libraries git-annex depends on. Which I had for some reason not thought to include before, despite them getting built into the git-annex binary.