mako: software (159)

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  1. Tools recommended by Nate for replacing my OAUTH2 scripts.
  2. Selenium for apps. Interesting.
  3. "There are a few fundamentally broken things about how Mastodon posts work that are terrible vectors for abuse, as well as being bad for basic usability. Maybe they are fixable, I don't know."
    updated: 2023-08-08, original: 2023-08-08 to , , , , , , , , , - Archived Link
  4. A software suite that has become an Apache project. Used by Apache to create a series of metrics.
  5. updated: 2017-03-22, original: 2017-03-22 to , , , , , , , , , - Archived Link
  6. This looks great!
  7. "hind-cite is a set of tools & data for analyzing the time-based performance of Hacker News posts."
  8. php removeUnusedAccounts.php --delete
  9. This looks like a set of great books.
  10. updated: 2013-12-25, original: 2013-12-25 to , , , , , , , - Archived Link
  11. There are a few of these either or coming. It's an interesting development.
  12. A very long list... "Here it is: A List of Open Source Learning Management Systems" Quite impressive, really.
  13. ggplot2 in Python. Awesome.
  14. "Rüdiger Kuhlmann, the maintainer of mICQ, had a disagreement with Martin Loschwitz, the maintainer of the Debian mICQ package... Mr. Kuhlmann decided that enough was enough, and he was going to take some action. As of mICQ, the code will, when built for the Debian distribution, print out a message which says some unflattering things about Mr. Loschwitz and encourages use of a different version; the program then exits. In other words, when built for Debian, mICQ thumbs its nose at the user and refuses to run. To help ensure that this code got into the official Debian version, it was written in an obfuscated manner, set to trigger only after February 11, and only if it was not being run by Mr. Loschwitz. For the curious, here is a posting containing the code in question.
  15. Looks awesome.
  16. Not free software and not that interesting. But an interesting project.
  17. Proprietary R with a bunch of go-fast stuff for big data.
  18. It's exactly what it sounds like.
    updated: 2012-12-22, original: 2012-12-22 to , , , , - Archived Link
  19. Heroku wants you to be able to fork data too. Good idea.
  20. "Ghostery is your window into the invisible web – tags, web bugs, pixels and beacons that are included on web pages in order to get an idea of your online behavior. Ghostery tracks over 1,200 trackers and gives you a roll-call of the ad networks, behavioral data providers, web publishers, and other companies interested in your activity."
  21. "RAID5 isn't sufficient redundancy anymore, you need RAID6."
  22. Somebody reinvented Debian's version numbering system. :)

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