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Merge and extract installation to a new doc #206

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commented Oct 3, 2019

Even after moving the compatibility section to a new doc, I'm still
finding the volume of the README to be daunting and hard to follow.
This tries to address that further by combining a bunch of related
and volumous sections into a new 'installation' doc - having relevant
how-to's closer to the setup instructions should also make them more
discoverable when things do go wrong.

Even after moving the compatibility section to a new doc, I'm still
finding the volume of the README to be daunting and hard to follow.
This tries to address that further by combining a bunch of related
and volumous sections into a new 'installation' doc - having relevant
how-to's closer to the setup instructions should also make them more
discoverable when things do go wrong.
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Seems clear and makes sense to me

@benthorner benthorner merged commit 5722c40 into master Oct 4, 2019
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