Well, I didn’t have my project uploaded more than a week and Google send me an email informing me that Google Code hosting is shutting down. Here’s the email:
Earlier today, Google announced we will be turning down Google Code Project Hosting. The service started in 2006 with the goal of providing a scalable and reliable way of hosting open source projects. Since that time, millions of people have contributed to open source projects hosted on the site.
But a lot has changed since 2006. In the past nine years, many other options for hosting open source projects have popped up, along with vibrant communities of developers. It’s time to recognize that Google Code’s mission to provide open source projects a home has been accomplished by others, such as GitHub and Bitbucket.
We will be shutting down Google Code over the coming months. Starting today, the site will no longer accept new projects, but will remain functionally unchanged until August 2015. After that, project data will be read-only. Early next year, the site will shut down, but project data will be available for download in an archive format.
The simplest option would be to use the Google Code Exporter, a new tool that will allow you to export your projects directly to GitHub. Alternatively, we have documentation on how to migrate to other services — GitHub, Bitbucket, and SourceForge — manually.
-The Google Code team
The good news is that the Google Code Exporter works really well. The only extra work I needed to do was work up a readme.md file. A handy tool for doing the markup can be found on http://dillinger.io/ which allows you to write on one side and see the results on the other.
So, if you want taskbar sound switcher – it’s is now hosted on GitHub: