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So here's a crazy hack. If you create a new github account and make a bunch of gists, you can then convert that account into an Organization and the gists stay associated with the new Organization. Big caveat: you won't be able to create any new gists for that Organization. But you can edit existing ones. :-\
Not the way you're thinking of at least in GitHub. What you could try is have two separate repos with their own access list using Organizations and Teams. When you create teams in GitHub you can also restrict access to certain repositories per team. So you can set up the following: dev-repo - Only add and allow access to developers audit-repo - Only ...
According to this Dropbox presentation (slide 12): The software does not use any third-party file sync or version control libraries. Dropbox wouldn't make for a very robust source control system for more than one user - it doesn't handle merging and lacks functions such as diff. You may want to have a look at using something like Git with Dropbox if ...
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