tl;dr; I suffer from an unwieldy GitHub profile. Is use GitHub for all of my projects, however small or futile. I recently started using GitHub organizations to organize my code.
I love to try out new technologies, try out a new idea or just goof around with code. As such my GitHub has become unwieldy. It contains a lot of repositories. Often I know that I have tried something, but am unable to find it.
GitHub introduced organizations in June 2010 and recently I started using them. Whenever I think of a cool project that I want to share code with, instead of creating a bunch of repositories, I create a new organization.
It enables my to group related repositories, without losing track of them. It is a tremendous improvement over the old way of finding useful code.
Start using organizations yourself by creating an organization today