I like sharing things I work on!
I use to keep a lot of my stuff in a private Subversion repository on my web server but I am slowly moving it onto GitHub for better exposure and because Git is a lot better than Subversion.
If you’re a regular reader of my blog, you know that a bunch of friends and I are in something we like to call “The Blogenning.” Basic premise: every time someone in the group posts a blog post, everyone else in the group needs to post in 24 hours or we get to call your mother a hamster (or any other ridiculous and innocuous taunts.) This project was intended to get each other to post and write more.
The website I am currently working on is supposed to keep track of the “rounds” we are one because after we got to 20 rounds, we lost track of who was up to date and who was behind. When all is said and done, the software will have an API so that people in the group can post to their WordPress/Drupal/Whatever and the site will check to see if it adds to a current round or starts a new one and then sends out an email to everyone to let them know what the status is.
If figure this code might be helpful to other groups of people who are linked for any number of reasons and might need a way of keeping up to date with the other people in their “group.”
Since college I’ve been constantly research, updating, and sharing different zsh commands and settings I’ve used over the years. I use to keep this on CCIS’s server but moved it over to GitHub last year since I saw a bunch of other people doing it and thought I’d jump on the band wagon. A lot of the dotfiles have to do with Ruby stuff but includes some helpful stuff for Git too.