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A project article type is specifically for "Projects" and has a long, long history (just not one that's obvious!)

Back in the Workspaces era, a Project was an article connected to a Workspaces Project (Git repo). When we shut down Workspaces we kept the Project type, but only quietly. Recently we've been experimenting with associating articles with GitHub repos and we'll be using the Project type for those articles.

A 'Project' articles is essentially documentation for a code repository (or project) that's hosted somewhere else. The significance of the Project type is that changes in the remote repo will trigger an update to the CodeProject article: A new local copy of the code will be downloaded, and the Readme.md file will also be pulled in order to update the aricle's text. It gives authors another method by which they can author articles using the tools in their current workflow.

There are still some kinks to be worked out, but we're close.
cheers
Chris Maunder

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