Eureka! After reading this — Search based on the contents of a repository, the answer was clear! Search by README.md file content!

I always use the name of the repository as the title (# terraform-multienv) which is very common, so if you also do that keep on reading.

Use GitHub’s search engine and provide a unique combination of words that appear in your README.md file. This is how I do it for my template — unfor19/terraform-multienv

I use the latter query to get meaningful search results, by sorting with sort:updated and filtering out my user name -user:USERNAME with -QUALIFIER. The keyword @me is a saved keyword given by GitHub.

Originally answered in

https://stackoverflow.com/questions/62943177/how-to-see-how-many-repos-created-from-my-repo-template-github/63910250#63910250

Originally published at https://dev.to on September 15, 2020.

Looking for a reusable template to start your serverless framework journey? You’ve come to the right place.

Goals

  • Get familiar with the serverless-framework syntax todo-api serverless.yml
  • How to manage a monorepo, with a shared common values file
  • Start working with AWS Lambda Layers instead of attaching dependencies to your Lambda Functions
  • Deep dive into the Lambda Layers structure, in both Python and NodeJs
  • Modify the repository with your code, build, and deploy!
  • Using serverless framework plugins
  • Concepts, use cases, and project’s structure — Theory

Repository

Originally published at https://dev.to on March 9, 2020.

Meir Gabay

DevOps Consultant @ Binah.ai

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