Self-hosted git repositories, a quick and dirty guide

Like most other people, I maintain a certain number of projects on GitHub, typically the ones for which I wish to publish the code. For some other developments for which I need to collaborate with other people but I don't want to publish the code (for instance, Kaggle competitions, I use private repositories in BitBucket). While all these services provide very convenient functionalities, may be you want to have total control over your git repositories for truly private stuff. If that is the case, keep reading.

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Data Links #10

  • The long-denied Spanish housing bubble burst leaving rotten concrete carcasses left and right. These guys are trying to catalog each modern ruin in the country.
  • If you want to really learn how neural networks work, the best thing is to implement them yourself. The second best think is to look …
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Reranker

Long time ago, I created rank-es, a news aggregation site that extracted links from Menéame, a Spanish reddit-like site, re-ranked the posts using Twitter and Facebook shares metrics and used a simple linear function to age links, so the front page was constantly refreshing. I liked the idea of not …

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