Help a fellow tester

I don't know Sathish in person but from what I read here he is trying to raise 60,000 Rs or $1200



New Mind-mapping software - MindMup 2.0 For Google Drive

I don't have to introduce to you what a mind-map is.  I am a big fan of mindmaps and this is a cool addition to the utilities.

The biggest change:  Your mind maps are stored in Google's cloud infrastructure, so you can use them from any device and any location.

and it's FREE : Store unlimited mind maps for free on Google Drive!!



Gist - What is paste-bin?

Gist a little bit!

What is gist?

Did you know that GitHub also operates other services: a pastebin-style site called Gist
You can share single files, parts of files, or full applications. You can access gists at
Or discover many gists at

More on gists here:

So that brings us to our next question:

What is pastebin?

In simple words a pastebin is a type of github where users can store only plain text.
Some Trivia: Pastebins were developed in the late 1990s to facilitate Internet Relay Chat



Group multiple GitHub repositories by keyword or tag

Problem: If you are using GitHub and have multiple repositories , you surely want to organize them.
How do I group related github repositories in a folder structure?
Is there a feature providing any ability to order and structure or even tag repositories on github?

The answer is No! Unless you want to use the GitHub Organizations

But there is a Solution:

You can use gitrep (external oauth app) which allows you to organize starred repos using the concept of tagging. 

Gitrep also helps you to do this: 

"How to best find and compare different open source options. Typically it is not easy to answer questions like "What is the most popular jQuery Instagram library?" or "What Ruby gems are similar to Devise but newer?".

This is where Gitrep aims to help.

Gitrep allows you to search repositories by community created tags and their descriptions, along with apply personal tags that you can use for your own personal organization. You can also see repositories that are similarly tagged, along with see "users who star this repository typically also star these repositories" type relations."