I Code Dis

Discover, submit and upvote the best GitHub repos

I Code Dis lets you discover, upvote and announce GitHub repos

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3 Reviews1.7/5
Hello PH! Here's my latest project (http://icodedis.tool.cards) to discover & vote on your favorite open-source projects. I made this because the "Explore" section on GitHub is too broad, and wanted to provide a way for indie developers to announce their new repos. We're also working on shipping some new features very soon! - user submission management - categories and collections - now/recent/featured timeframe clarification - integration with other open-source communities (ie: GitLab); We'd love to hear your feedback, thanks for checking it out!
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I can't access the website

This is not very helpful and doesn't say anything about the product. The site is up now, and if it was down when you tried it, just tell the makers so they can fix it instead of adding a review.

I've upvoted this product and intend to keep it that way, the idea is wonderful and execution seems right, except for one very important thing. Every browser that I have marks the website as insecure as it does not have the most basic of modern web app requirements: SSL protection. At the same time, it requires signing in with GitHub to be able to nominate repositories.

As any other service that's responsible for handling user data, it has to adhere to the most basic practices as it handles user data. Being a portal built for developers it is absolutely expected.

I have contacted the team via the form on the website several days ago and have gotten no response. Seeing how this basic task which requires little more than an hour of a developer's time isn't fulfilled, I could never recommend this service to anyone until the issue is fixed.


Good idea, curated content.


The website does not have basic SSL, but requires sign-in with GitHub.

The GitHub sign-in uses **secure ssl** on https://igitdis.firebaseapp.com to perform the login.