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GitHub Stars Tagger (v1.0.3)

A Google Chrome extension that lets you add tags to your starred repositories directly on GitHub.

About

I built this Chrome extension to fill a gap that has been frustrating me for some time now on GitHub. There is currently no way (apart from filtering by language) to categorise/organise the repositories that you have starred.

There currently are external solutions to this issue such as:

However, what I wish is to create an experience as transparent as possible for the users, so that it feels like all the added functionality is native to GitHub's website.

Instalation

To install the extension, simply visit the Chrome Web Store.

Limitations

Currently, the functionality is limited to the /stars page but I eventually want to bring a similar experience to individual repository pages.

There is also a hard limitation on the number of repositories you can add tags to which is 512 (should be fine for a while) as I am using Chrome storage.sync as a mean to store the data (which is then neatly shared across your different computers).

I am tracking this limitation, should an issue arise.

Contributing

Plese see CONTRIBUTING.md for more information.

Licensing

MIT © 2015 Benoît Grélard

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