While I like the idea of this, I'm having a hard time seeing how this is
going to stay up to date or how it will be able to deal with growth, etc.
I mean, I'm not too familiar with Ohloh or Masterbranch or their ilk, but
it seems like it would make more sense to carve out a spot on a service
that aggregates this sort of information already.
Does anybody know of a service that would serve our purposes for at least
part of this? So maybe a combination of 'institutions with a SCM
organizational repo' and then piggyback onto a service for keeping up with
the code/specific people/etc?
On Sat, Feb 16, 2013 at 12:29 AM, Patrick Berry <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> First, to the organizations doing this, thank you so much for sharing. I'm
> sure I'm not the only person to notice the growth in code sharing,
> especially through Github.
> As we're associated with libraries, I thought it might be good to have a
> list, no matter how incomplete, of libraries sharing code. As you might
> imagine Google searches for library or libraries tend be full of code
> libraries instead of Libraries with code. Go figure...
> As with all wiki pages, please do add what isn't there. Unless it's links
> to cheap prescription pills or something. Don't do that.
> I will admit that originally this page was titled "Libraries with Github
> Organizations" but I quickly realized that the first response would point
> out the painfully obvious fact that you can share code without Github.
> Yes, I was aware of that before I started the page but I'll @blame jetlag
> and CST.
> Pat (the one from Chico)