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Welcome to the third edition of The GitHub Reflog — the weekly chronicle of remarkable GitHub repos and community activity. For previous editions, check out The Reflog Archive. Community Update…
Welcome to the third edition of The GitHub Reflog — the weekly chronicle of remarkable GitHub repos and community activity. For previous editions, check out The Reflog Archive.
Last week, Apple’s MacRuby project began to officially migrate to GitHub for its development. This week, the Eclipse Foundation and the Glasgow Haskell Compiler both created official GitHub mirrors. ghc even accepts pull requests!
This small project from Shawn Willden is simple, but ambitious. It is a repository that contains a complete, up-to-date version of the United States Code, in the most hacker-friendly format possible: version-controlled plaintext. The repo is updated regularly with official modifications from the US Federal Government websites. Curious to see what modifications were made? Run
The purpose of this repo is explore new ideas related to the legislation process in the digital age. Check out the readme to learn more.
Sean Coates found a novel use for GitHub this week: comparing beer recipes.
He’s using the new image compare views to showcase the difference a little yeast makes in his homebrewed cream ale.
.rpmpackages for your own consumption. It allows you to distribute your application in any style and configuration you want, abandoning all distro-specific best practices. The author designed it to be as simple as possible: “Here’s my install dir and here are some dependencies; please make a package”. This may or may not be a good idea. Give it a try and decide for yourself 🙂
Feedback is appreciated! Send any questions, suggestions, and anonymous tips to email@example.com.
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