Where to upload a ruby script to share it?

Hi,

I’ve made a ruby script to translate UTM to LAT,LON coordinates and
viceversa. I think that GitHub and RubyForge are too big for this simple
project: it works and I’ve no intention to continue it. I will use GPL
license. Where can I upload it?

Regards,
Andrés

On Mon, Aug 4, 2008 at 5:35 PM, Andrés Suárez [email protected] wrote:

Hi,

I’ve made a ruby script to translate UTM to LAT,LON coordinates and
viceversa. I think that GitHub and RubyForge are too big for this simple
project: it works and I’ve no intention to continue it. I will use GPL
license. Where can I upload it?

gist.github.com will make an impromptu git repository that people can
pull from and you can update, but keep you from having to maintain a
full ‘project’.

Gist is also a paste server, so you could embed the code in your blog
or share the link with folks.

-greg

Andrés Suárez wrote:

I’ve made a ruby script to translate UTM to LAT,LON coordinates and
viceversa. I think that GitHub and RubyForge are too big for this simple
project: it works and I’ve no intention to continue it. I will use GPL
license. Where can I upload it?

Since your code does conversions, why not contribute it to the Units
library?

http://rubyforge.org/projects/ruby-units

:), thanks for your answers. I’ve made a gist
(http://gist.github.com/4075), and send it to the Units Library
Administrator.

Thanks again,
Andrés Suárez

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