If you use Vim on any regular basis you've probably created your own custom
.vimrc file, and maybe installed a plugin or two. This config is machine specific and is not the easiest thing to move from one machine to another. I found this cool project called myvim that packages up your entire Vim installation into a single portable file. This file is a self-extracting archive of your Vim config that you can transfer to a new machine.
myvim -j /tmp/vim.bakers
This will create a file
/tmp/vim.bakers which you can transfer and then run on a new machine.