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For internal documentation I've found wikis to be quite useful. A wiki has several useful features for this task: built-in change-tracking doc can be structured as several pages (e.g. one per major section) for easier management; individual pages can then be edited without any need to merge changes into a master document some (most?) wiki platforms detect ...
If you're backing up your git repo by simply using remote repositories, then no, you don't need further backups. When you make a commit, you're making a backup copy and putting it in the .git folder. If you push your git repo up to github or anywhere else, you are essentially making a backup copy of your repo. That being said, I do backup all of my ...
In the past, I've used a wiki for this type of work. However, a tool doesn't organize itself. The best wiki sites are heavily edited from every level from copy to development.
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