It's not usual that I do a blog post on another website, but that's what this blog post is about. I'm going to be giving an overview of a website that we just started using.
    We just started using Dropbox as a site to share source files. What's really nice is how it automatically syncs the files on the individual computers of the volunteers so I can edit something, and then it's updated on all the other's computers so they can always be editing the newest version. Now I should point out that if two people are editing the same file it will result in two files, because dropbox doesn't try to merge the files, which is just as well, as most of the time it would doubtless not end up working how we'd want it to be.
    Dropbox has a free 2 GB version, though you can updated to 50 GB or 100 GB, for a price. However you can get up to 8 GB for free, by doing various things that they tell you about on their site. One of the easiest ways to get extra space is to invite your friends to use the service. For every friend you get to sign up you get an extra 250 MB or a quarter GB. You can set up your own account, for free, and if you use this link, http://db.tt/xwR3iTG you'll automatically get an extra 250 MB!
    Dropbox is available on Windows, Mac, and Linux, there are also versions for Smart Phones so you never need to be without your data. All files are securely stored with 128 bit encryption so you don't need to worry about the security of them.