Because knowledge is like kit kat - it's better shared.


Git and GitHub, while traditionally used for collaborating on code, works out great for notes as well.


  • use git blame to see line level authorship of all your notes
  • use the git feature branch workflow to have multiple people working on separate parts of the knowledge base at the same time


  • use pull requests to contribute and collection contributions for your notes
  • use the wiki to have meta discussions about notes
  • use issues to request changes
  • use GitHub projects to share publishing roadmap

Live Share

VS Code provides a live share extension that let you do Google Doc style like collab. You can the extension and read the docs about it here.