A couple of years old, but a pretty good comparison (from a limited field).
Online tool for writing books and papers. Long content, footnotes etc, output to HTML and, for $10, EPUB and PDF. Looks good. (via Tom Taylor)
Promises to make it easy to repurpose blogs etc, and output to Kindle, iBooks, App Store etc. Not properly launched yet, looks interesting. By Ben Brown et al.
@GitHubHelp Hmm, they’re annotated tags, but I’ll email support, thanks.
If you use GitHub’s new Releases, make sure you create them in chronological order. ‘Latest release’ is automatically the most recent. Grr.
@github How do I mark a Release as being Latest? My automatic marking is wrong just because I created historical releases in a diffrnt order
@phl Exactly. Only my arms will be covered with non-useful eHow and Yahoo Answers URLs.
Because my Google search results are all purple, I can’t tell which pages offering solutions I’ve already tried. Maybe I’ll tattoo the URLs.