What do my gentle readers think would be the best way for me to share some source code? I was doing some cleaning up of my files over the weekend, focusing on things from graduate school days. I'd like to put the codes out in 'public', and if people find them worth making improvements to, I'd be happy to have those come back in. Or at least, I'd like to put them out there so that people who'd like to check my work could come pull down my source and compile and go. For the barebones later part, I could always put it up on my personal web site as a tar file. But I'm thinking that something like sourceforge would be a good idea for more general use. The codes I'm particularly thinking of are those for harmonic analysis of time series, and some lightweight statistics. It's more by way of a library than any free-standing programs.
What say you?
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