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[ale] my 1st shell script - chk big files

I never knew that github had a pastebin. I'm about to start a serious
migration of all of my local mostly-personal-but-not-private code over
to github, and that's yet another selling point. Thanks!

On Sun, Mar 20, 2011 at 11:53 PM, Richard Bronosky <Richard at bronosky.com> wrote:
> For this kind of thing, you really ought to be using github. Even if you
> never host a full open source project, for something like this you post a
> "gist". For example, here is one of mine:?https://gist.github.com/806251
> That will open you up to an entire community of people who can "fork" your
> scripts and post their changes. I often use it for oneliners that I want to
> keep handy, like my evil:?https://gist.github.com/422582 But I also use it
> to host things as simple as a single line of code that I often want to
> reuse, like:?https://gist.github.com/570492
> Do that enough and you will eventually have so many code patterns in your
> toolkit that you can make an open source repo out of them,
> like:?https://github.com/RichardBronosky/tools/tree/master/bash.patterns
> The point is this: If you write code, any code, you should be on github.