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  1. mbreiden
    mbreiden at |

    Github has a lot of other repositories which have powershell or powercli in it, there is also http://www.bitbucket.org which is like Github.

    Another very good Git client for Windows and Mac is http://www.sourcetreeapp.com/ (Free)

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  2. rnelson0
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    I’ve been putting my modules in GitHub for a few months now, and grabbed a lot of what I’ve known from there. It’s a good setup as long as your scripts are not proprietary. Mine are at https://github.com/rnelson0/powercli-modules/, anyone can mine them and/or contribute to them.

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