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18 JUNE 2011

Instructable web-based documentation platform

"Instructables is a web–based documentation platform where passionate people share what they do and how they do it, and learn from and collaborate with others. The seeds of Instructables germinated at the MIT Media Lab as the future founders of Squid Labs built places to share their projects and help others."

(Eric J. Wilhelm)

Fig.1 Kipkay (Kipkay Videos) Blu–Ray Laser Phaser http://www.facebook.com/kipkayvideos/
Fig.2 SaskView "The Most Useless Machine EVER!" http://saskview.com/?page_id=11
Fig.3 Randy Sarafan. "Lunchtime Clock" http://www.instructables.com/id/Lunchtime–Clock/?ALLSTEPS
Fig.4 kaptaink_cg "Bacon Roses"

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bicycles • Blu-Ray Laser Phaser • cell phones • DIY • documentation platform • energy company • Eric J. Wilhelm • gadgethackinghacksterhand-held • hand-held generator • high-altitude wind • how to do thingshow-to • Howtoons • innovation • innovation consulting • Instructables • instructionlaptopslaserlearnLED • lens-fabricating devices • lighting systems • Makani • MIT Media Lab • MonkeyLectric • OptiOpia • Playstation 3 • Potenco • products and servicesproject-sharing websiteprototype • research and design firm • share • Squid Labs • Star Trek • Star Trek Phaser • technology tinkeringtinkereruseless boxuseless machines • vision-correction business • vision-testing devices • web-based

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Simon Perkins
17 JUNE 2011

GitHub, Collaboration, and Haters

"You've probably all seen the article on RWW yesterday about GitHub surpassing SF.net, GoogleCode, and Codeplex. Kudos to our friends at GitHub! They've had some great ideas and have executed them flawlessly. They have made Git the number one VCS used by software devs. Most importantly, they have helped open source grow, and helped open source projects be more successful, and really that's all we care about. Many people use us together; GitHub for collaboration, and SF.net for distribution, since our end–user interface is a little more friendly to the non–techies. Really it just comes down to using whatever tools work best for you and your team, and we totally understand that. So from SF to GitHub– High five! ...

Open source is all about choice, transparency, and collaboration, not hating on others. Use what tools work best for you, and respect that others may choose a different path."

(SourceForge Community Blog)

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2011 • Black Duck • CodePlex • constructive feedback • downloadable projects • GitHub • Google Code • haters • hating on us • metricsno single standardopen sourceopen source communityopen source filesopen source platform • open source projects • opinionpopular votepopularity • popularity contest • project-sharing website • ReadWrite (news) • ReadWriteWeb (news) • Redmonk (site) • relevance • RWW • software development • software version control • SourceForgeusage • usage analysis • user preferences • VCS • version control • version control system

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Simon Perkins
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