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Allows you to draw in your github heatmap

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Git Draw

Allows you to draw in your GitHub heatmap

demo-vid

Created by Ben Friedland - http://www.bugben.com

This is a Chrome extension which will allow you to freely draw on your GitHub heatmap. You can then export your drawing to a script containing a git commit log. Once you've run and pushed this script to a new repository, your commit log will match the drawing you made.

Download the extension here:

https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/git-draw/aapcmdackhlfobmkcpplkjpfceihngkh?hl=en-US&gl=US

Instructional Video

My Brother, Rich Friedland, made a comprehensive video on how to use the extension.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ptzDfPZ--Qk

Why not a bookmarklet?

Because CSP. GitHub's CSP policy makes a bookmarklet next to impossible. There's a workaround involving injecting code into a canvas and then executing it from there, but that feels like something that'll be fixed. A Chrome extension makes it easier. Once you're done making your drawing, just uninstall the extension.

Acknowledgements

GitFiti: https://github.com/gelstudios/gitfiti - got the idea from here, and poked around their src to see how they were writing commit messages.

Open Source Agenda is not affiliated with "Git Draw" Project. README Source: ben174/git-draw
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