New GitHub group: DigitalOcean User Projects

  • Posted on September 13, 2013
  • pabloAsked by pablo

I created a group on GitHub because there does not seem to be a centralized place to peruse all of the open-source projects out there relating to DigitalOcean. When you have a minute, check it out: <a href=“”></a>.

If you’d like to have your project listed or become a member, <a href=“”>let me know</a>. Hopefully, this informal GitHub group can lead to more collaboration.

If you’d like for DigitalOcean to host its own, “official” Git repo (such as this), vote for it, here: <a href=“”>Launch a Public/Private Git Repo, e.g. Gitlab, Gitlist, for DigitalOcean User Projects</a>.

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Yea, sorry about that. A pompous, hypocrite of a developer got pissed off that I forked his projects (despite the fact that he himself has forked 6 projects on GitHub) and added him as a member of DigitalOcean User Projects w/o asking him first (my bad on that one). <br> <br>Somehow, this guy thinks himself capable of assessing the worth of a new venture within hours of its creation – and b/f it can completely get off the ground – in that he concluded that a central location that showcases all of the open-source projects that relate to DigitalOcean is (in his words) “useless shit.” <br> <br>Coincidentally, within hours of me creating this thread, inviting people to join, DigitalOcean User Projects was administratively disabled by GitHub – hence, the current 404. I don’t know if this dude complained to GitHub or not, but I’m in the process of trying to sort this out. <br> <br>Hopefully GitHub will reinstate the group. It’d be greatly appreciated if anyone is willing to advocate for DigitalOcean User Projects by contacting <a href=“”>GitHub Support</a>.

I’m seeing a 404 on that link to github.