Number of Projects Plundered: 130+
- Ease of reference
Once your project has been talked about via E-Mail, it will be reviewed by The Curator, and added to the The Chest. As mentioned earlier, if you want a little more exposure for your repo, this is where you do it.
The Curator is looking for high-quality code only. Please read the description about what constitutes high-quality before submitting:
What is with the name?
The title & logo of this page might imply elements of illegality, however, The Curator ensures all the code mirrored and released through the repo is license-intact, and adheres to the code's license requirements. If you're looking for rips, go elsewhere, please.
With Github I can do this already?
With Github you can fork a project and pool together resources. But The Curator does remote & local backups of every commit, and ensures the projects which deserve the most attention are preserved indefinetly for the long for-see-able future ahead of us in WebDev.
The curator also ensures the repositories mirrored in The Chest are stable and don't require any major revisions to the code. However, you can always hunt down a repository via Github itself if you feel it needs your input, or is missing some basic functionality.
The Curator has put together remote backups of The Chest on Cloudapp, Box.net, and a CDN should Github's servers go down:
And remember you can always email The Curator if you're having trouble getting the latest Code Pirates RAR/ZIP.
- Access the list by appending a fragment called list to the domain, e.g:
- Here's a link containing the readme files of all the files in the repo.
- Alternatively, you can access the list by appending a fragment called readmes to the domain, e.g: