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D3 blocks search

12 days ago

nelson : D3 blocks search - Organization for Mike's awesome way to share D3 examples with gists

Simplifying GitHub licenses

9 month ago

nelson : Simplifying GitHub licenses - GitHub finally makes it easy to put a proper license on published code

GitHub for maps?

13 month ago

nelson : GitHub for maps? - What could be

Github blocked from China

15 month ago

nelson : Github blocked from China - Possibly the whole site was blocked to take down a single Javascript file

GitHub's importance

21 month ago

nelson : GitHub's importance - Every coder knows it, no one outside the coding world does

Moving Django from svn to github

24 month ago

nelson : Moving Django from svn to github - Turns out git-svn works even for big projects

xaxis fail

26 month ago

nelson : xaxis fail - Ridiculous graph

GitHub profile

26 month ago

nelson : GitHub profile - Useful to explain to people who don't understand github

Linux on GitHub

32 month ago

nelson : Linux on GitHub - Linus temporarily moves the kernel source to github

Scott Chacon on the Interwebs - GitHub Flow

32 month ago

philgyford : Scott Chacon on the Interwebs - GitHub Flow - How GitHub manage their own git workflow. Sounds good to me. (via Tom Taylor)

nelson : github's workflow - A simple way to use git in a group

repositoryhosting

32 month ago

nelson : repositoryhosting - Cheap hosting for private git repositories

URL Design

40 month ago

Simon Willison : URL Design - URL Design. Thoughtful tips on modern URL design, from GitHub designer Kyle Neath. GitHub has the best designed URLs of any application I can think of.

philgyford : URL Design — Warpspire - Tips for designing URLs, most of which seems like common sense to me, but also some tips re HTML5 Javascript shenanigans. (via Simon Willison)

Imposing a Metcalfe Tax

42 month ago

Anil : Imposing a Metcalfe Tax - Bob Metcalfe's most famous pronouncement is known these days as Metcalfe's Law, the idea that the value of a network increases with the scale of its number of members. Metcalfe formulated this concept in the context of telecommunications networks, but it

bl.ocks.org for gist

43 month ago

nelson : bl.ocks.org for gist - Live code viewer for samples posted to Gist

Anil Dash on the cultural implications of forking

44 month ago

Andy Baio : Anil Dash on the cultural implications of forking - and Sippey forked his article  [via]

nelson : Forking is a Feature - Great reflection on how git has changed open source development

Anil : Forking is a Feature - While Linus Torvalds is best known as the creator of Linux, it's one of his more geeky creations, and the social implications of its design, that may well end up being his greatest legacy. Because Linus has, in just a few short years, changed the social d

Forking is a Feature

44 month ago

Anil : Forking is a Feature - While Linus Torvalds is best known as the creator of Linux, it's one of his more geeky creations, and the social implications of its design, that may well end up being his greatest legacy. Because Linus has, in just a few short years, changed the social d

Bootstrapped, Profitable, & Proud: GitHub - (37signals)

45 month ago

François Hodierne : Bootstrapped, Profitable, & Proud: GitHub - (37signals) #

François Hodierne : Bootstrapped, Profitable, & Proud: GitHub - (37signals) #

Git: The Lean, Mean, Distributed Machine

53 month ago

deusx : Git: The Lean, Mean, Distributed Machine - "git The Lean Mean Distributed Machine By Chris Wanstrath anyway, i want to talk a bit about git today"

Semantic Versioning

53 month ago

Simon Willison : Semantic Versioning - Semantic Versioning. Tom Preston-Werner provides a name, specification and URL describing the relatively widely used Major.Minor.Patch versioning system. This is really useful—by giving something a name and a spec, people can say “this project uses

nelson : Semantic Versioning - Codification of release number common practice. Major, minor, point releases

Dynamically including Github code | PeterBraden.co.uk

54 month ago

deusx : Dynamically including Github code | PeterBraden.co.uk - "pasted code is dead code - real living code changes, and short of going back and repasting, the code on the web quickly becomes out of date. So this is a little snippet I whipped up to dynamically (by the wonders of cross-site ajax) load code from

Introducing Resque

54 month ago

Simon Willison : Introducing Resque - Introducing Resque. A new background worker management queue developed at GitHub, using Redis for the persistence layer. The blog post explains both the design and the shortcomings of previous solutions at length. Within 24 hours of the release code an

deusx : Introducing Resque - GitHub - "Resque is our Redis-backed library for creating background jobs, placing those jobs on multiple queues, and processing them later."

Jeremy Zawodny : Introducing Resque - Introducing Resque: uses Redis under the hood

How We Made GitHub Fast - GitHub

55 month ago

Jeremy Zawodny : How We Made GitHub Fast - GitHub - How We Made GitHub Fast - GitHub: good to see stuff like this

Simon Willison : How We Made GitHub Fast - How We Made GitHub Fast. Detailed overview of the new GitHub architecture. It’s a lot more complicated than I would have expected—lots of moving parts are involved in ensuring they can scale horizontally when they need to. Interesting components inc

nelson : GitHub architecture - Nice summary of various server technologies the site uses

Hg-Git Mercurial Plugin - GitHub

60 month ago

deusx : Hg-Git Mercurial Plugin - GitHub - "We don’t want to live in a world where developers who are ready to switch to a DVCS end up staying with Subversion. So, I’ve been working on a plugin for Mercurial that lets it communicate with a Git server as a native Git client. I give you hg

Philgyford's mailman-archive-scraper at master - GitHub

60 month ago

philgyford : Philgyford's mailman-archive-scraper at master - GitHub - My first Python code and my first attempt at using GitHub. Suggestions for things I've done wrong are welcome, but please be gentle.

rodbegbie's threequarters at master - GitHub

63 month ago

Rod Begbie : rodbegbie's threequarters at master - GitHub - Probably of no interest to anybody but me, but the source code that powers groovymother.com is now publicly available on GitHub. #

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