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GitHub Trending Repos

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Here you can subscribe to new GitHub trending repositories in your favorite programming language. Updates come as GitHub notifications once a day or a week.

How it works

  1. Every issue in this repo is related to a particular programming language
  2. Scheduled script once a day grabs github.com/trending for each language and drops a comment to the corresponding issue
  3. All issue subscribers receive pretty GitHub notification with new trends in the web interface notification icon or by email

How to subscribe

To become a subscriber please explore available languages and press subscribe button button in the corresponding issues.

Schedule

You can choose daily or weekly notifications:

  • Daily: runs every day at 00:00 UTC, see issues labeled with trending-daily
  • Weekly: runs every friday at 03:00 UTC, see issues labeled with trending-weekly

Examples

Once a day (or a week) you get a notification in GitHub web interface:
Example of web notification

After click you are navigated to the first unread comment with new trends in the selected language:
Example of comment

Available languages

Many languages are available for subscription:

If you'd like to add new language - feel free to create issue by this template.

Specials

Watching the repo

If you start watching this repo - you will receive many notifications about all trends in all languages. The recommended way is to selectively subscribe on issues you are interested in.

Is it better than RSS / newsletter / etc?

It's a matter of taste. Personally I found it convenient by the following reasons:

  • I'm dealing with GitHub notifications anyway and trends are seamlessly integrated in my daily workflow
  • I can quickly overview trends without registering somewhere and watching ads
  • I can view non-english entries that are automatically translated

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