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You've been able to sort, search, and filter your stars for a few months now, and today you can easily browse everyone else's stars, too. Most of the view is…
You’ve been able to sort, search, and filter your stars for a few months now, and today you can easily browse everyone else’s stars, too. Most of the view is very similar to your stars browser, except we’ve made a few refinements. https://github.com/stars/jonrohan
Q: Why not use /jonrohan/stars?
A: Who are we to tell you that you can’t have a repository named “stars”?
You can now browse around developers you’re following. We found this very fun and interesting. Make sure you follow some good developers.
As you scan a list of your friends’ stars, you might notice some stars you have seen before. These are easily scannable because of the darker Unstar button.
Have fun exploring.