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Principal Software Engineer at Launchable Inc.

I am involved in OSS for practical use and hobbies. I'm familiar with DevOps and is good at Go and Perl as languages mainly for web application development, and hosts over 150 useful libraries on GitHub. The ghch and horenso is especially popular. I also often take over the maintenance of many libraries, and the most famous are ghq and ghr.

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  1. ghch Public

    Generate changelog from git history, tags and merged pull requests

    Go 204 21

  2. horenso Public

    Command wrapper for reporting the result. It is useful for cron jobs.

    Go 145 13

  3. prompter Public

    golang utility for easy prompting

    Go 115 8

  4. ghg Public

    Get the executable from github releases easily

    Go 86 6

  5. creates CREDITS file from LICENSE files of dependencies

    Go 80 8

1,795 contributions in the last year

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Contribution activity

May 2022

Created 4 repositories

Created a pull request in obcat/vim-ref-godoc that received 3 comments

attempt to resolve import statement in normal mode

Hello. Thank you for providing a great plugin. I use it conveniently in my Go development. This pull request is with feature suggestions. Feel free…

+40 −9 3 comments
Reviewed 1 pull request in 1 repository
x-motemen/ghq 1 pull request
17 contributions in private repositories May 6 – May 28

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