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I have created Azimuth Project as an organization on Github. Not much to see there yet, but if anyone is interested in being added as an owner then let me know your Github account names.
For those that haven't used it, Github is a cool 'social coding' website kind of like Google code (where most of the Azimuth Code Project code is kept now) or SourceForge (if anyone remembers that), but with a very enjoyable and slick user experience. Using it can turn even the meekest Grandmother (used to stuffing all of her code under her mattress) into a software configuration and versioning demon overnight!
Furthermore, it appeals to those like Jim Stuttard, myself, and some others on this forum who are used to the git utility.
This isn't an attempt to undermine any of the fine effort that has gone into the existing Google code repository, but rather to complement it with something we may enjoy using alongside.