Together at last
I love GitHub. But there's one thing missing: a way to search only my watched repositories.
If you're anything like me, when you see a repo you might be remotely interested in you start watching it. But then what? One day you want to use a library you can swear you've added to your watched repos but... what was the name again? Damn these non descriptive project names!
Fear not my fellow GitHubber, I got a solution for you: just authorize access to your Evernote account (you have one, don't you?), enter your GitHub user name and choose an Evernote notebook. Then the readme of every watched project you have will be added as a note to your chosen notebook. This is done every now and again so when you start watching a new repo it'll eventually find its way into your notebook.
There's no need to create an account or anything. Just authorize access to your Evernote account (we promise not to spy on you or delete something), set your GitHub username, choose an Evernote notebook (we recommend you create a new one just for this) and you're done!