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 anyone here have code they give away?
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anyone here have code they give away? i am thinking about giving away a big collection of functions i have put together. i'm just curious how others go about doing this for Python. apparently i have been banned from github, even before i ever created an account there, so i hope it is not true that everyone is using github. the ban appears to be blocking me from creating an account there, not for reading or downloading.
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that's a joke right?
Code is given away here on a daily basis.
That's what GitHub is all about
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I don't know how you could have been banned from GitHub before creating an account, but in any case there are other sites that host Git repos if you wanted - Bitbucket (which I used to use, because at that time GitHub didn't allow you to have private repos for free) is one. I don't know if they still do, but they used to host Mercurial repos too in case you wanted to use that instead of Git. The major downside is that most people will be using Git.
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In addition to Bitbucket, there is also GitLab. But like @ndc85430 said - I don't see how your GitHub ban could have happened.
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i don't know how it could have happened either. but when i first tried to create an account i was getting tons of error messages. i repeated the effort and at a point i could no long connect for a few days. i tried from another IP and it just froze up after entering my name a few times. i tried variations until i got a message that i have been prohibited. i've just given up on them and put my files on a web site based on AWS S3. i'm not in need of a versioning and/or shared repository at this time so i'm not worried about this. a plain HTTP storage like S3 is all i really need.

but if someone has a good idea that needs an online repository, i'll have to check out the alternatives.

(Jul-31-2020, 04:10 AM)ndc85430 Wrote: I don't know how you could have been banned from GitHub before creating an account, but in any case there are other sites that host Git repos if you wanted - Bitbucket (which I used to use, because at that time GitHub didn't allow you to have private repos for free) is one. I don't know if they still do, but they used to host Mercurial repos too in case you wanted to use that instead of Git. The major downside is that most people will be using Git.

why would you not use Bitbucket today?
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should i have my collection of functions made into one big nodule? people can then extract why they like.
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