While my library has an institutional account we currently use for
private repos, we have released some code which is maintained under
individual accounts. The code in the individual repositories is
copyright North Carolina State University, but isn't included under
the institutional account. It might be that in the future we release
some code through the institutional account, but have not yet.

There are good reasons why this might be the case for other
institutions as well. For instance an institution could allow code to
be released but not want to take on responsibility for maintaining it.

While our library is sharing some code through individuals and their
accounts, I wonder if listing individual accounts like this is out of
scope for the page you've created? Would it be worth it to create a
page that lists individual accounts of code4libbers? Are there other
ways to find code released by code4lib folks?


On Fri, Feb 15, 2013 at 11:29 PM, 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)