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Stitch Documentation

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Welcome to the Stitch Docs! This is the repository for, a Jekyll-based documentation site.

The master branch is continuously deployed to production using Netlify.

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Our reason for having a CLA is to define the rights of the contributors — Stitches and non-Stitches alike - and avoid potential confusion and misunderstandings. We believe in DTRT, or Doing The Right Thing. For this project, that means:

  • Ensuring all contributors are equal, and
  • The rights to contributions used by the community cannot be withheld or revoked

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Stitch will not merge a pull request made against the Stitch Docs project until it is associated with a signed CLA.

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Erin (@erinkcochran87) - Stitch - Technical Documentation Manager, Repo Owner

Check out the other contributors to the Stitch Docs.

Inspiration and Thanks

  • SendGrid for inspiring us to overhaul and then open source our docs
  • Tom Johnson for the theme that got us started


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