Inch CI: Year One18 Jun 2015
Erik found Inch CI before I had the courage to tell the world and tweeted this:
I was always (secretly) hoping for a known Rubyist like @sferik to talk about my little side project and help me spread the word. But always be carful what you wish for … Early adopters where flowing in over the next couple of days, and I was forced to jump in at the deep end, so to speak, to iron out the most obvious glitches.
Everything panned out. One year ago, the idea of “yet another badge” seemed bold, at best, and yet today this little fella can be found all over GitHub:
It has been an amazing experience so far.
The first big “Thank you” goes out to the really early supporters of Inch, namely @splattael, @solnic, and @jodosha.
A special thanks to Brandon, for this tremendously motivational reply:
@rrrene Yeah, that would be great. Inch pushed me to write inline docs for the first time. I'm really liking it.— Brandon Pittman (@brandonpittman) May 30, 2014
“Inch pushed me to write inline docs for the first time.” - now that’s street cred.
To the community and the early adopters of Inch: I can’t thank you enough for all the encouragement, constructive feedback, tweets and PRs!
@rrrene I've gotta say that Inch CI is great. Loving the easy to digest encouragement to produce better documentation. Great work!— James Thompson (@plainprogrammer) June 20, 2014
Ruby, Rails, Git再入門 どれだけソースコード中にドキュメントを書いてるかを計測してくれるInch CIを導入する方法 http://t.co/iNwr7Uuuj3— ちぇんじわーるど (@changeworlds) September 30, 2014
@rrrene Thanks for all the work you do on inch! We use it to help us make our customers happy. 🎄🎅— GoodScout (@goodscoutapp) December 27, 2014
What an amazing journey.