Hi Patrick,

we store the code repositories of eXtensible Catalog on Google Code
and Is this list only for github projects?


2013/2/17 Jason Ronallo <[log in to unmask]>:
> OK, I've added some more links and reorganized things a bit. I added
> sections for other independent library organizations (like Project
> Blacklight) as well as a section for individuals. I think the resource
> could be more useful with some indication of what kind of thing you'll
> see at the other end of the links, but that might be more maintenance
> than anyone wants to do.
> Jason
> On Sat, Feb 16, 2013 at 5:26 PM, Patrick Berry <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> I don't see any reason to not list repos that contain library code.  I
>> wasn't really aiming for the Wikipedia style canonical listing, so the more
>> links the better.
>> Pat
>> On Saturday, February 16, 2013, Jason Ronallo wrote:
>>> Pat,
>>> 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?
>>> Jason
>>> On Fri, Feb 15, 2013 at 11:29 PM, Patrick Berry <[log in to unmask]<javascript:;>>
>>> 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)

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