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  1. GitHub Inactive Repository Demoter, a GreaseMonkey Script

    Posted on March 2nd, 2009 by Neil Crosby. Filed under Blog Posts.

    One of the things that’s been annoying me recently about GitHub is the way that a user’s repositories are presented on their profile page. Take my profile page for example — I have 16 repositories, but only 5 of them have had any active development over the last month. To my mind those ones are […]

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  2. Last Genius – A last.fm hack day project

    Posted on December 18th, 2008 by Neil Crosby. Filed under Blog Posts.

    Gosh, it’s thursday already? Last Sunday I attended last.fm‘s first open Hack Day near Brick Lane in London with the intention of building a system to allow creation of Genius Playlists using last.fm’s data. For those of you who aren’t sure, a Genius Playlist is a playlist of music that all “works together” that’s created […]

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  3. Why git?

    Posted on November 17th, 2008 by Neil Crosby. Filed under Blog Posts.

    As should be obvious by now, I write most of my code whilst I’m on the train. Up until a couple of weeks ago I’d been using Subversion as my Version Control System running on a remote server, but this had never sat completely easily with me because I had to wait until I got […]

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