Did you know over the past 12 months, I’ve had (probably well) over 17 software projects of some form? A lot of that code doesn’t end up anywhere, either it sits on my computer or is stored in a GitHub repository that no-one knows about.
That’s not saying that the code written is useless; often the code is written to solve an interesting challenge or problem. I end up with a whole bunch of code that’s probably useful for someone out there, but no-one knows about.
My old solution to this problem was simply to upload to Google Code or GitHub, but this only solves half the problem. People can access it sure, but they still don’t know it exists. Over the past few days, I’ve been setting up a site containing every project I’ve worked on, including source:
Redpoint Code is a code repository of every open-source project I’ve worked on or modified, available for everyone to use.
UPDATE: I’ve just finished uploading the source code to all of my games, including Dimension Jump and Planet Attack, to the repository.
Going forward, it’ll also be the repository for all future open source projects as well. This way, everyone can access any future developments through one site, rather than having to deal with GitHub, Google Code and other mechanisms to access it.
Enjoy the code.