I've run my own personal git service for several years now. Previously, it was with cgit on nginx and gitolite. I then modded cgit with some password maintenance features. After a while, I tried using several more "modern" git repo hosting solutions, and I've finally settled on gogs, the Go …read more
I've just finished the initial work on a script that will make a full-HTML website, driven by AJAX, out of the MarkDown (*.md) files in a git repository. It's currently geared toward GitHub, but could easily be adapted to other repository hosting services.
The problem I was …read more
It's been a while since I actually wrote it, but I realized this evening that I never posted about it on my blog. What I'm referring to is the 'Acro' bot for Twitter I wrote in Python. An acronym is chosen at random by the bot, and then participants have …read more
Have you ever wanted to have a nifty, browser-driven password maintenance feature in your htpasswd-secured cgit site? I've been meaning to build this for a while—and I finally did it. Granted, this was not a difficult task, and I'm not expecting to bask in any glory for completing …read more
While it provides an efficient, organized web front-end for your personal git repositories, the cgit application is missing a few of the more sparkling features found at github--notably, a comments/discussion system. Enter: disqus.
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