RQTF Git repository hosted on GitHub

Dear colleagues,

Michael Cooper helpfully created a Git repository last year, hosted on GitHub, for use by this Task Force. It is available at

To obtain write access, you'll need an account on GitHub. However, the repository should be publicly readable. If there are any logistical questions, you're welcome to contact me off-list.

Currently, there are no files in the repository other than a brief README file, but this situation will improve as we work on our deliverables.


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Received on Monday, 20 March 2017 15:52:36 UTC