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QuickLinks vom 05. Dezember bis zum 06. Januar

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Meine vom 05. Dezember bis zum 06. Januar:

  • Smashing - the spiritual successor to Dashing, is a Sinatra based framework that lets you build excellent dashboards. It looks especially great on TVs.
  • scmbreeze - is a set of shell scripts (for bash and zsh) that enhance your interaction with git. It integrates with your shell to give you numbered file shortcuts, a repository index with tab completion, and many other useful features.
  • ImpostorRoster - This is a place where people can anonymously vent about that one facet (or tons!) of their field that always seems to stump them. Impostor Syndrome is prevalent in every area of work or leisue where people can be found attempting to excel.
  • iStats - is a command-line tool that allows you to easily grab the CPU temperature, fan speeds and battery information on OS X
  • Plot2 - Plot is a scientific 2D plotting program. It is designed for everyday plotting, it is easy to use, it creates high quality plots, and it allows easy and powerful manipulations and calculations of data.
  • ShellCheck - is a static analysis tool that gives warnings and suggestions for bash/sh shell scripts.
  • Beamer - Stream video files from your Mac to Apple TV and Chromecast.
  • Pass - Password management should be simple and follow Unix philosophy. With pass, each password lives inside of a gpg encrypted file whose filename is the title of the website or resource that requires the password. These encrypted files may be organized into meaningful folder hierarchies, copied from computer to computer, and, in general, manipulated using standard command line file management utilities.
  • raspiBackup - allows to create backups of a running Raspberry. No shutdown and manual intervention is required. Instead important services have to be stopped just before starting the backup and when the backup has finished they have to be started again. Any device which can be mounted on Linux can store the backup (USB disk, USB stick, nfs, samba, sshfs, …). The common Linux backup tools dd, tar and rsync using hardlinks can be used to create the backup. Backups can be restored on any SD card. An external rootpartition will be included in the backup. NOOBS images are supported.
  • Why Prod is Down - is a handy form to announce to your users why your prod is down. Again.