I've create a git repository but it does require some extra work. I'll try to cast my code a little more to make the upload.
I used for a while a chinese reference (http://www.amazon.co...0?ie=UTF8&psc=1) and it worked fine in my tests since it uses AT commands through UART at maximum 230400 bps which is about an EDGE (2G) cellular modem. Also supports I2C Fm+ and Ethernet at 100Mbps which is awesome. It features a PHY support for a Ethernet port (requires some extra work explained in the documentation) and a fully featured TCP/IP stack ready to go.
It also supports AP mode with multiple security mechanisms and 32 socket handles (concurrent connections) opposite to the CC3000 that only supports 4 concurrent connections and has no support for AP mode.
By now I don't want to go back to work again a single minute on the CC3000 since I solved my wireless and wired problems long time ago.
As soon as I deliver the code on github, I'll make it public on this forum.