New GitHub group: DigitalOcean User Projects

Posted September 13, 2013 4.6k views
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: If you'd like to have your project listed or become a member, let me know. 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: Launch a Public/Private Git Repo, e.g. Gitlab, Gitlist, for DigitalOcean User Projects.

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I'm seeing a 404 on that link to github.
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).

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."

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.

Hopefully GitHub will reinstate the group. It'd be greatly appreciated if anyone is willing to advocate for DigitalOcean User Projects by contacting GitHub Support.