Hey, this is great! I like how it can find new elm projects (not just 
libraries), and makes it easy to follow dependencies.

Any chance you could change the urls to include username/project rather 
than the current repo/key?
eg. https://package.frelm.org/eeue56/elm-html-test/5.0.1 instead 
of https://package.frelm.org/repo/339/5.0.1

On Wednesday, August 9, 2017 at 10:37:40 AM UTC+8, Ryan Rempel wrote:
> There are new or updated Elm packages every day.
> Well, not quite every day -- there were none on July 30, 2017. Before 
> that, the previous day without any new or updated Elm packages was April 1, 
> 2017. And, before that, you would have to go back to October 2, 2016 to 
> find an empty day. (This is counting a "day" in terms of UTC -- you'd get 
> different results from the point of view of different time zones).
> How, you might ask, do I know this? By consulting <
> https://package.frelm.org/recent>
> Now, perhaps you're thinking that visiting a web page to find recently 
> published Elm packages is too much effort. How about a Twitter feed? <
> https://twitter.com/frelmorg>
> You may also be amazed to learn that there are 2073 distinct module names 
> implemented by published Elm packages. How do I know that? By consulting <
> https://package.frelm.org/module>
> This is all a bit of an experiment I've put together on my summer 
> vacation. (I really ought to learn what vacations are for someday). I hope 
> it's a useful supplementary source of information about Elm packages.

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