When you learn something new share it with gistflow
User following, subscriptions for tags, post comments, personal bookmarks, ratings, import code to posts from gist.github.com, markdown and code highlighting – by now all the necessary social features are implemented.
Start your developer blog in two clicks using Github account. By our opinion Github – the best place to share code. You can find many open source projects there including Rails, jQuery and a lot more. So you definitely need to have Github to be a social coder and to be able to sign up for Gistflow.
We have following posts wall for you to be aware of all new posts from users you follow. Following developers is a good way to learn something new.
As simple as in Twitter. Use inline hash #tags to tag your posts. Subscribe for tags – your flow is basically posts tagged with tags you subscribed for. Search tags easily prepending "#" in search field.
Post questions and write comments, @mention users easily and subscribe for comments to featured posts – you will be notified by email and receive internal notification to not miss anything.
As you can see Gistflow is inspired by gist.github.com, so if you have any gists in Github we will import them carefully for you to be able to write posts based on gists.
Write beautiful posts with Markdown syntax, include code snippets directly in post body and it will be highlighted. Never heard about Markdown?
We are just in the beginning of our way, but as you can see we are working continuously to bring all the conceived features to production as soon as possible.