I wish I could put gists from github.com in my blogposts. I need the ability to use script tags to do so though.
What exactly would you want integrated? Just a list of your recent Gists on the sidebar as a Widget or someone linking them into posts?
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Rob Reynolds commented
PING! Where is this?
Guilherme Cardoso commented
"Admin" with gits you can have your code sample at github, wich allows others users to fork it and keeps track of versions, forks, etc. When you create a new blog post, you would reference that git and users would be able to see the code in blog page, and if they want they could see the entire repository at the github.
I totally agree with this suggestion, it would be an awesome resource for bloggers to host the code and take advantage of it with git hub.
When you embed the gist, it will automatically pretty up your code. It highlights the syntax, add line numbers, etc.
Because it is already a well established service, it would be nice to be able to use this to embed code examples into our blogposts without having to mess with styling, special CSS, etc.
You can find out more, and play with it yourself here: http://gist.github.com/
Tell me more about it, first I have heard of it. What is it for, what do you want to do with it?