Wait, don’t tell me. I already know. Here’s the OS breakdown of GitHub visitors in the past month: BTW, the #4 spot? iPhone.
Dr Nic has just announced the GitHub Textmate Bundle. Check out a short video of the bundle in action, straight from the good Doctor’s blog: TextMate and GitHub: Show the current file in GitHub from
Just Google it and click “I’m Feeling Lucky”. Our friend Google should take you right to the commit. (Spotted on the refactotum tweeter)
Our favorite host, Engine Yard, snapped a picture of the GitHub hardware and I wanted to share: Who likes a lot of blinking lights? I do! I do!
Kyle Cordes has written a guide on using Git (and GitHub) on Windows. It’s well written and covers everything from generating ssh keys to installing msysGit. Check it out if you or someone you know
A security warning posted on the Debian security list today warns that SSH keys generated on Debian based systems (including Ubuntu) have a highly predictable random number generator. This corroborates what we’ve been seeing here
A list of projects extracted and open sourced from GitHub can be found on the GitHub account. We’ve also forked all the projects we are using on the site. Meta, dude.
Chris Wanstrath of Err the Blog (hey that’s me!) just posted an article covering some tasty GitHub tidbits. Range highlighting, key shortcuts, keeping dotfiles in git, and the GitHub gem are covered. Enjoy.
script.aculo.us, the popular Prototype based JS effect and control framework, is moving its wiki to GitHub. Pitch in and help ’em out. The GitHub wiki system will soon undergo some changes for the better. If