Yes indeed I can create a github repo, and perhaps we can use the github wiki to create an ebook of course notes for the lesson? We used a mediawiki wiki for last year’s course: http://wiki.fast.ai/index.php/Lesson_1 . The course notes were written by @bckenstler : http://wiki.fast.ai/index.php/Lesson_1_Notes .
I think a github wiki might be better, since you can edit github wikis through your preferred editor: https://help.github.com/articles/about-github-wikis/ . But you also have the benefit that you can link the pages to each other, and edit them directly through github.com if you prefer. Also it’s nice that we can use PRs for those that don’t yet have direct edit access.
@timlee has also created some draft notes for the course, and I believe he’s planning to help turn them into something more polished, which could be a great part of this too.
I’ll aim to set something up early next week and can then start inviting contributors.