As we hired designers and took on new clients, we outgrew FreeAgent and migrated to Xero for accounting and Shannon created a rigorous framework for planning and tracking work. I built a basic intranet site with Rails for keeping track of project details and to document processes, the employee handbook, etc.
As part of this, I ended up building a Rails engine wiki tool that used git for storage. So even though the tool has been decommissioned, all that content survives as a git repository of markdown files, with nearly 3500 commits of history.
I was never very proud of this software. I never killed every bug caused by ephemeral server instances sharing content through git. But I was very proud of the content we assembled. Shannon and I regularly wrote to it as we educated our team, which resulted in a rich set of approach documentation and citations. Far from being lost to history, this became source documentation for Shannon’s book_.