Here in Web Communications, we’ve been playing with Git as a means to manage versions of our sites. So far, that has been limited to using Git on the local machine, making a remote repository on a shared file space (doit-bfs1), pushing to it occasionally, and then manually transferring the files back over to VH. What we’ve REALLY been wanting to do though is use it to fully manage our sites, allow anyone to work on the site while keeping track of the versions AND publish out to VH, all automatically. We also didnt want to have to store the Git repository in the webroot.
Over the Thanksgiving break, Nick DeNardis of EDU Checkup put up a video review of the redesigned MU Biochemistry Web site. We scored a 94%, so I think he liked it! Check out the video review embedded below or on EDU Checkup review page.