So they're not the same thing, reposurgeon is much sophisticated, and ESR is a much more notable software developer than myself! But in the area of high-performance bulk Git history-rewriting, I'm not aware of anyone else with a significant project in this space other than ESR and myself. So when I see a video like this, the first in a series, dedicated to the construction of a high-performance system for developing Git-rewriting software, it feels like someone has created a TV channel just for me.
It does all of this through a simple interface based on GitHub issues - a method of communication which means you can even contact enigmatic organisation members who's username you don't recognise, and thus don't have an email address for.
Most recent fun people to use gu:who : the UK Government...
gu:who is open-source under the Apache V2 licence: https://github.com/guardian/gu-who
(in case you're wondering, The BFG is an alternative to git-filter-branch for cleansing bad data out of your #Git repository history, ie removing crazy big files, passwords, and other private data).
I've been +1'ing the photos I really like all year, and now I can't find any way to find all of them...
I'm looking for a photo grid view like https://plus.google.com/photos , but only showing the photo's I've +1'd. There are various search filters available on Google+ Photo search (source & type), but unfortunately none of the filters relate to +1s.
Nursing a nasty cold, I took this picture of the sundial at noon today, and if you look closely at the tiny gap between the shadows of the two tails, you'll see it falls exactly on the wavy lines for 12- and you can see how far off it would have been if you look at the straight line, rising up through the middle of the dial.
#gmt #time #sundial
...the most wonderful talk I've seen so far is 's talk on Legacy. Unexpectedly moving and uplifting!
- Guardian Media GroupSoftware Developer, 2012 - present
- GitHubDeveloper, 2011 - 2012
- Guardian Media GroupSoftware Developer, 2006 - 2011
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