I got introduced to Git and Gitbub by Yuvi and ever since I have been hooked up. I have started using it for all my pet projects. I even convinced Steve Bruner so that I can use Github for RoloPress. 🙂
Over the years I have released lot of code out in the wild and I thought of consolidating all of them in Github, so that it can be of use to someone who might need them. At last I found some time and uploaded most of them to my Gitbub account.
Below is the description of some of those projects which are currently there in my Github account.
I created this project to share my homework and the sample code used in the “Developing Android Applications in Java” online class, which I am currently following.
RoloPress core and RoloPress Default
These projects contain my contribution to RoloPress, a WordPress based contact manager. You can read more about WordPress from its homepage.
FeedBurner – stats
FeedBurner-stats is a Google Gadget which allows you to keep track of your Feedburner subscriber count. It uses Google Chart API and Google Gadget API.
Bloglines Notifier is a Google Gadget which will notify you the count of unread items in your Bloglines account. (Hope someone is still using Bloglines 😉 )
It is a fork of John Resig’s retweet script which I am using in my Easy Reweet WordPress Plugin. I have added a new feature to this script which allows you to associate the list of urls created to your bit.ly account.
It’s a small Ruby script which prints the number of words (with their count) present in a given text file
It is a small Ruby script which unrars all files found in all the subdirectories of a director given in the command line.
I am still undecided about porting my WordPress Plugins from the official WordPress Plugin repository to Github. I guess it is better to have my Plugins in the Plugin repository for now.
Update (Feb-2013): I have now started to use github for my WordPress Plugins as well.
BTW feel free to fork any of these projects and I would be happy to pull in your changes if you have added some enhancements to them. 🙂