Yes. I’ve been wanting to do this for some time. But this GitHub thing is a bit of a mystery for me.
As for the enclosures they are a success so far. They’ve been in the weather since april and withstood all sorts of conditions including storms and -10°. Some small amount of dust accumulates in the enclosure over time.
Moreover the design seems to prevent any overheating from the sun. The sensors are hanging in all orientations towards the north and all the readings of temperature seem consistent.
For UV durability we printed the outside enclosure in white PETG and installed them like this without further adjustments. Internal parts (standard frame and clip) have been printed in ABS. We used commercial services of 3Dhubs for this.
Inside of the enclosure there is a synthetic mesh. With small holes. It is glued with hot glue pistol to the bottom part of the enclosure. We ordered those laser cut to size in a company in Haarlem, Netherlands. The dimensions of the nets are 335x58mm. The enclosure is modular. So you can add the “middle” element multiple times. This would influence the width of the meshes, however. The mesh fits in groves provided in the enclosure. The mesh company is http://www.topzeven.com/