https://awesome-indexed.mathew-davies.co.uk/, which loads Google Fonts, but otherwise doesn’t seem horrible. I go for a more systematic approach, to this might be interesting to use if I somehow forget something. Like, how to use search on talkgroup.
https://awesomelists.top/, which loads scripts from Microsoft, Google, and Cloudflare, some combination of which find repo info. Someone let me know if it works, and in doing so feel an appropriate trade-off.
Whoo, I came out of the door swinging, ne?
My web browsers are configured to block third-party resources by default, so most of these mashups don’t work for me, and depend so strongly on corporate resources to load, it isn’t worth it to me to compromise on a site-by-site basis.
However, my new tool will address this, being a thing made for me.
There are more tools in the Related section today:
The most surprising thing is… “Here are 4,448 public repositories matching this topic…”
The “main repository” (which begs the question, “which came first, the awesome or the list?”) has ~660 lists. And at this point, “curated” means follows specific guidelines, and gets voted upon, but I’ll get to that in a bit!
At any rate, the awesome topic at Github is effectively useless. What are we gonna do with 5,000 READMEs?
This site remains an interesting discovery tool. However, I can’t find the source for that site, nor any other information about the domain operator; there is no other site I know of on that domain. I wouldn’t make this part of my toolbox, it could disappear at any time.
600 awesome lists can be found by AwesomeSearch now.
There are many awesome lists in the Awesome
We hope to build an application to access them more quickly .
Access and search every awesome repo collected in sindresorhus/awesome in one page without pain.
Access an awesome repo by Awesome Search can bookmark your favorite!)
Categories of an awesome repo is supported if that repo uses properly formatted headings.
Search links in a specified repo (supports most repos) and repos listed in sindresorhus/awesome.
A browser extension for Chrome and Firefox. Has features to track topics across random URI selections, drawn from awesome lists. Links are shipped with extension and accessed locally, generated from a Python script:
I didn’t use StumbleUpon for specific reasons I won’t use this extension, but it certainly looks optimized for folks who are looking for that interaction.
The CLI starts with the root repository sindresorhus/awesome and guides to to the final repo according to your choices. It fetches Readme files of the repositories and parses them to create the select lists. So, the CLI needs a working network :). It also uses file caches to cache the Readme file contents. You can find the cache folder with name “.awsomecache” under your home folder.