This is a good idea - I may write a little node script to use this tool and do just this! :)
Hit me up then, it would be great OSS or side project,
Do you see this? github.com/kamranahmedse/git-stand...
That didn't work for me, so instead I did the following to list all my git repos in ~/src
find . -depth -5 -type d -name ".git" | sed -e "s/\(\.\/\)\(.*\)\(\.git\)/~\/src\/\2/g" | tr '\n' ','
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