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I'm looking for somewhere to save and organize my scripts.  Any ideas where i can save them??

I was thinking online so i can access them from anywhere but if the best product is installation then im good with that.
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GusGallowsSupport Escalation Engineer
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I was always fond of planet source code, though it has been a while since I have posted anything on there. Probably the best way to maintain ownership of your scripts is to start a blog. Blogspot.com is really nice and it's free. You can use a gmail account to start it up. Check it out and let us know where you wind up putting it. Good scripting blogs go a long way toward helping folks write their own code. Of course, you can start a blog here on Experts-exchange as well.

Now, if you are wanting some kind of version control for your script, I am not aware of any online repositories you can use. They may be out there, but I am not aware of them. If you have a sharepoint server, those work pretty well for handling version control.
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Bill PrewTest your restores, not your backups...
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I guess I should ask, what features / capabilities are you looking for?

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Thanks for the suggestions.

Just to answer billprew question What features / capabilities am i looking for? Not really sure,  I'm a Network Administrator and looking for somewhere to store my scripts. I've got about 10 scripts now but i want something to grow with me, i guess the following characteristics:

- Easy accessible (Thinking viewable from a webbrowser)
- Organize my scripts (searchable and commenting)
- Simple to use
- Version control
- Free (or small monthly charge is ok)
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Okay, I think some of the suggestions so far should meet that need, let us know how you get along.

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I've created beanstalk  account and want to add code/comments.  How can this be done via a webbrowser?  from what i can see a client side has to be installed.

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Thanks for the suggestions.   I Prefer the PowerGUI.  I use sugar sync so i will use that in-conjunction with PowerGUI to grab the files from anywhere.  I'll also update the server with the necessary information.

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Sorry ignore that last sentence.  Someone was talking to me at the same time as writing and ended writing what i was telling them.   doh lol
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