Of the two people I know of who have tried to get at some of my code releases in the past year, a full 50 % have given up and written a new implementation from scratch because downloading and opening a zip file is too much work (as is actually complaining to someone who can fix it). On top of that, some form of version control is good to have, and my local set-ups keep breaking when I do silly things like getting a new computer or installing a new OS. So now most of my released code lives at Google Code. Yay and stuff.
Specifically, the projects in question are:
- GLSL Bindings Sample
- ImageIO Export plug-in for Acorn.
For information about the various code bits and bobs, see here.
I fully expect that the next person who tries to grab some of my code will find it to onerous to dig through the subversion repo. To that person, my message is: tough.