I’m pleased to announce that in July, two new members have joined the IFTF Twine committee: Dan Cox and Colin Marc.

Dan is a graduate student in Old Dominion University’s Rhetoric and Composition program, and has produced a truly impressive amount of documentation and guides for Twine. If you’ve never visited his YouTube channel, you really ought to— it’s a wealth of tutorials about both Twine 1 and 2.

Colin maintains Philomela, a site that hosts Twine works for free— more than 13,000, in fact. In recent months, we worked with Colin to begin backing up Philomela to an IFTF archive.

Welcome, Dan and Colin!

p.s. Very belatedly, we now have a page on our site with more information about the Twine committee, including its charter and current membership.

Newer post: The new IF Archive is live

Older post: IFTF’s GitHub repositories