Hey ya all,
I’ve spent the last weekend coding with Ruby again for the RailsRumble contest working on a crazy idea we came up a couple of days before the contest actually started.
It’s GitHug. We’ve always enjoyed GitHub but we’ve never been able to discover new interesting repositories through the site itself. So we created this simple service that applies a really basic (quite dumb) machine learning algorithm to try to learn from your activity on GitHub in order to suggest you repositories that may be of interest for you.
I’d really like you to give it a try, especially if you use GitHub on a daily basis.
I promise there’ll be a version of this service unrelated to the contest in order to deliver better performances and results. But this won’t happen any time this week 🙂