An intrepid group of Philadelphia hackers will meet tomorrow at Higher Grounds to work on… well, whatever. From the info-repo: 1. First rule of cohackfest, no client* work 2. Second rule of cohackfest, NO CLIENT*
Into Grails? Check out GrailsCrowd – the new Grails community site. Hosted right here on GitHub, they’ve already got over 750 registered members. Nice works guys. !(https://cloud.githubusercontent.com/assets/391331/13195343/699cc322-d764-11e5-9a6a-2768d5110d4e.png)
We now detect and display submodules making it easy to see what other code is being referenced via our web interface. !(https://cloud.githubusercontent.com/assets/391331/6120042/4dce0a9a-b085-11e4-9e90-1c0b9503c6e2.png) If the submodule points to a repo on GitHub it will be automatically
!(https://cloud.githubusercontent.com/assets/391331/13195331/49ddc84c-d764-11e5-8f1d-d4da89a573fa.jpeg) Bhavesh of Vinsol forking on a cycle rickshaw in New Delhi, India!
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Port 22 blocked from work? No problem! m4dc4p has the solution. Just check out his Access GitHub repositories from work (take that, firewall!) blog post. At my workplace, a Microsoft ISA authenticating web proxy server
Everyone’s favorite Ruby-centric news blog, Ruby Inside, has posted a venerable who’s who of GitHub-hosted Ruby projects for August 2008. Thanks Zach – time for the Lispers, Pythonistas, and Java beans to step up! (On
Want to show off the most recent commit to a project? How about the latest commits across multiple projects? heipei has the answer: github-commit-badge !(https://cloud.githubusercontent.com/assets/391331/13195238/27bd9154-d762-11e5-8658-e4474cb912fa.png) See a demo. Thanks heipei!