Errol is a file sender that rely on inotify. It can be used to watch a directory and automatically transfers the new files (or modified ones) with XMPP. Requires inotify support (which is a given - Linux). Uses the slixmpp Python module.
Requires XEPs 0198 (stream management), 0060 (pubsub), 0045 (MUC) on the server. Pubsub nodes need to be set to "open." Has links to a couple of PoC tests to make sure the server's set up correctly.
I think I can use this to figure out how to write a File Transfer Bot.
Python script to simulate the display from "The Matrix" in terminal. Uses half-width katakana unicode characters by default, but can use custom character sets. Accepts keyboard controls while running. Based on CMatrix.
Multipurpose RTL-SDR Framework for RTL2832 based DVB-T receivers. a Flask-SocketIO based Web interface which houses it's features there. Web interface preferred to the command line interface for facilitating the usage and supporting remote operations. Has some graphical capabilities through Matplotlib.
A Python wrapper for librtlsdr.
A REST API for the double-entry bookkeeping software beancount.
A double-entry bookkeeping computer language that lets you define financial transaction records in a text file, read them in memory, generate a variety of reports from them, and provides a web interface. In theory, if it can read a text file, it can manipulate your accounting "database." More of a standard or file format than an application because you can do it all in a text editor if you really want.
The reference implementation is written in Python and seems to have a webapp.
Fava is a web interface for the double-entry bookkeeping software Beancount with a focus on features and usability. Generates expense reports, graphs, tracks your money, assets and accounts, even lets you run queries. Has an API but it's for internal use only
Migen is a Python-based tool that automates further the VLSI design process. The Migen FHDL library replaces the event-driven paradigm with the notions of combinatorial and synchronous statements, has arithmetic rules that make integers always behave like mathematical integers, and most importantly allows the design's logic to be constructed by a Python program. This last point enables hardware designers to take advantage of the richness of the Python language - object oriented programming, function parameters, generators, operator overloading, libraries, etc. - to build well organized, reusable and elegant designs.
VADER (Valence Aware Dictionary and sEntiment Reasoner) is a lexicon and rule-based sentiment analysis tool that is specifically attuned to sentiments expressed in social media. It is fully open-sourced under the MIT License]. Incorporated into NLTK.
spaCy is a library for advanced Natural Language Processing in Python and Cython. It's built on the very latest research, and was designed from day one to be used in real products. spaCy comes with pre-trained statistical models and word vectors, and currently supports tokenization for 45+ languages. It features the fastest syntactic parser in the world, convolutional neural network models for tagging, parsing and named entity recognition and easy deep learning integration. It's commercial open-source software, released under the MIT license.
Glasgow is a tool for exploring digital interfaces, aimed at embedded developers, reverse engineers, digital archivists, electronics hobbyists, and everyone else who wants to communicate to a wide selection of digital devices with high reliability and minimum hassle. It can be attached to most devices without additional active or passive components, and includes extensive protection from unexpected conditions and operator error.
Another F/OSS personal assistant. Skill-based. Speech recognition and synthesis. Uses node.js and Python.
A Python-based, open source, platform independent, utility to communicate with the ROM bootloader in Espressif ESP8266 & ESP32 chips. Python 2 and 3 compatible. Can use this to dump the firmware for analysis. Depends upon pySerial.
MusicBrainz open sourced their scrobbling server. Implements the last.fm scrobbling API. Uses Google BigQuery to calculate statistics on a schedule. I don't see why you couldn't stand it up without Docker. Written in Python. Requires Postgres.
Appears to be a personal scrobbler server written in Python. Seems to require Postgres as its database. Implements the Audioscrobbler API.
Blue Dot allows you to control your Raspberry Pi projects wirelessly - it's a Bluetooth remote and zero boiler plate Python library. Makes it easy to use Bluetooth. Has excellent documentation, including how to pair your RasPi with your phone from the command line. Seems to work pretty well. Bluetooth interface is only up while BlueDot.wait_for_press() is running. Has a serial communications API, also, for sending and receiving arbitrary data.
I don't see why this module couldn't be used more generically to interact with arbitrary Linux boxen over arbitrary Bluetooth interfaces. HCI is HCI, right?
The matching Android app is in the Play store. There is even a version of the Bluedot app written in Python that you can use from the desktop to interact over Bluetooth.
Requires that the dbus-python module be installed to the same venv. Also requires that the shell running the Python interpreter have sufficient access privileges to interact with the Bluetooth interface (root certainly works), usually the bluetooth group.
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