Github search with scoring algorithm and sorting
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README.md

#HubSearch

Github is awesome, but what it's lacking is good search results. It's very hard to filter out all the crappy, abandoned repos. HubSearch is a small web app that leverages Github's api to provide a better experience for search by giving each repo a score based on watchers, forks and when it was last commited to. You can also sort by any of these metrics.

You can check it out here.

##Setup

If you want to run HubSearch locally or help me make it better, just follow these steps:

  • git clone git://github.com/jgallen23/hubsearch.git
  • npm install (you need node.js installed)
  • make preview
  • open your browser to http://localhost:8000

##Building

Just run make

##Future

  • Better score algorithm (if anybody wants to take a shot, feel free)
  • Be able to show/hide forked repos
  • Pull in more than 100 results
  • Remember language (store in localStorage or cookie)
  • Show number of results