Moving code to GitHub

GitHub is a web-based hosting service for software development projects that use the Git revision control system.

I am slowly moving most of my projects to GitHub. GitHub is great because people can easily collaborate, fork, submit issues and patches and so on. Additionally, stuff gets shared in an open and unified way, making it much easier to others to find and reuse existing code.

I started with the firmware hack of the Dell PowerEdge BMC:
https://github.com/arnuschky/dell-bmc-firmware.git.

See here for the post explaining what it’s for.

One thought on “Moving code to GitHub

  1. hi, I am a Window neewbie and thie PowerEdge T610 is extremely noisy.

    Could you make me a hacked BIOS for this model?

    I have updated IDRAC and BIOS to 6.1.4
    of course not free of charge, I am ready to pay for wour work

    thank you

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