Recently have make a post on Tools for automating document compilation which won a bounty. So I was thinking to make a git repository to put my code and even more documentation. Of course I'll put the link in my post.
First what about this "self-promotion" of my own code?
In the other hand when I saw this post: Conditional compilation of code based on package version where the OP said:
I am working on a document with a colleague and we have different versions of PGF/Tikz installed -- I have version 3 and he has version 2.10. This is causing a problem for compilation on our two platforms because the syntax for defining matrices in tikz changed slightly from version 2.1 to 3.0.
I was thinking to post a link to the first link I made which could also be considered as auto promotion and even more if I made a "real" project on git repository.
According to this post about self promotion, the link could be provide if it's a real answer not just a link. But for the second link the answer should be only: "you can use my tools using this link".
So the question is how should I deal with this if I make my project real?