Archive for the "Github" Tag

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Posted On: 2014 / 01 / 13

I've always had a fascination for Github timeline graphs since they released it. It's simple and pretty and potentially meaningful (and fits nicely on a geek tshirt). Yes, it may say things about you. The following is an attempt at decrypting what a few actual Github timelines say, or might say, or don't say at […][...] → Read more

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Posted On: 2013 / 06 / 04

I really like how Github displays your yearly code contributions, in that 52×7 green dot matrix. It's cute, informative, and has become iconic enough that any nerd knows what it refers to. I like it so I funcoded a script that will deliver a message after 365 days of running — fun, but kinda slow, […][...] → Read more

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Posted On: 2013 / 03 / 29

As soon as YOURLS 1.6 ships, I'll move the project development from Google to Github (why? long story short: read this). So, I wrote down a little todo list to make sure the transition is as smooth as possible for everyone, which is: On Github Move in issues and tickets from Google. I wrote a […][...] → Read more

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Posted On: 2013 / 02 / 07

Here is a story about a guy who tried to speak a language he didn't know. Like Twilight, there are several chapters in that story, but don't worry, it's not about sissy hormone troubled teenagers trying to grasp the meaning of life.[...] → Read more

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Posted On: 2012 / 11 / 13

I'm a SVN user. Nowadays, all the cool kids have a Github account where they host stuff and use Git as their primary Source Control tool, and prefer it over the usual SVN you've probably got to use. I'm not a cool kid and for the last few years (since WordPress started the plugin repository […][...] → Read more