OpenWetWare is an effort to promote the sharing of information, know-how, and wisdom among researchers and groups who are working in biology & biological engineering.
If you would like edit access, would be interested in helping out, or want your lab website hosted on OpenWetWare, please join us. OpenWetWare is managed by the BioBricks Foundation.
A community of permissively licensed video game assets (art, backgrounds, textures, music, sound effects) that can be used in your own projects.
Free fonts have met their match. We know how hard it is to find quality freeware that is licensed for commercial work. We've done the hard work, hand-selecting these typefaces and presenting them in an easy-to-use format.
I learn much better from text than from videos .
Youtube-to-Webpage is a Perl script to create a webpage from a Youtube video with a transcript generated from the video's closed captions paired with screenshots of the video.
The project is built upon:
DOS homebrew scene.
Does it exist? Are there any new games for DOS?
Why we’ve got plenty of new titles for almost every old platform, but just few for good old DOS powered IBM PC? Let’s do something about it. Let’s collect DOS games from 21st century and encourage others to make a new ones.
Why would someone make game for DOS nowadays?
– Because it’s fun, if you are into that sort of thing ;)
– Because it’s retro, and retro is cool! (you know, like bowties…)
– Because thanks to DOSBox, you can run DOS programs almost anywhere – Windows, Linux, MacOS, smartphones, tablets, Raspberry Pi, you name it.
CHART stands for Completely Hackable Amateur Radio Telescope. Our goal with this project is to create an easy to navigate system of tutorials that will lead to you in building your own radio telescope from the comfort of your home or classroom. It is very important to us that that radio astronomy is as accessible as possible to whoever is interested, so we strove to keep the creation of this project as cheap as possible. We are excited that you have found our project and wish you the best of luck in the creation of your radio telescope.
WAEL is a simple self-hosted weight and exercise log - track your weight and exercise over time with basic metrics and a handy little chart. It can be self-hosted.
NOTE - the Docker setup for this project has been specifically tailored to work on a Raspberry PI, and as such expects to run on arm64 / aarch64 processor architecture. If you want to run on your own rpi, make sure you are running a 64 bit version of your operating system because prisma (the ORM used in this project) requires it.
I guess the Dockerfile can be dissected to figure out how to run it properly?
ArduinoFDC is a sketch that implements a floppy disk controller. It works with Arduino Uno, Leonardo, Nano, Pro Mini, Micro and Mega.
ArduinoFDC consists of three parts:
- A library providing low-level functions to allow reading and writing disks at the sector level as well as low-level formatting disks.
- Integration of ChaN's brilliant FatFS library to provide file-level functions for reading and writing files and directories in a FAT (MS-DOS) file system and a high-level format function to initialize a FAT file system.
- An example sketch implementing ArduDOS, a (very) small DOS environment for browsing a FAT file system as well as a low-level disk monitor to access sector data on the disk, including the ability to transfer whole disks or single files via the XModem protocol.
ArduinoFDC works with double density (DD) as well as high density (HD) disk drives. It can read, write and format 5.25" DD (360KB), 5.25" HD (1.2MB), 3.5" DD (720KB) and 3.5" HD (1.44MB) disks.
Offshore.CAT is a compiled list of the real & genuine, along with the bad & garbage offshore services that we have either used/have had experience with in the past.
We publish these reports because I'm tired of getting asked what hosting they should use.
Offshore.CAT is not affiliated with any of the listed websites, our website takes zero responsibility from illegal or unethical usage. All informations are exposed as-is and might be not up to date if something recently changed.
Retro computing and games enthusiast
The open-source alerts management and automation platform.
A huge collection of infrared interaction patterns for all kinds of devices. Load them onto a Flipper Zero and have a good time.
This is a playground (and dump) of stuff I made, modified, researched, or found for the Flipper Zero.
There's a lot of everything in here, from customized apps, BadUSB scripts, hardware specs for modders, GPIO interface shenanagains and interface pinouts, hardware troubleshooting, sound and music stuff, and sub-GHz captures and dissections for just about everything. It's an impressive collection.
I wrote Trunk Recorder because I was curious about what my local fire station was up to and I put together the original version of OpenMHz because I figured other people might want to listen to the recordings too.
The latest version of this site makes it easy for other people running Trunk Recorder to share their recordings. I am hoping that making it easier to listen to what our local fire, police and EMS have to go through everyday will lead to a greater appreciation for all the work they do, which goes largely unseen.
The audio from each system is archived for 30 days, so you can go back and listen to events you may have missed.
Transcription of calls from trunk-recorder using OpenAI Whisper.
- transcribe.sh runs from trunk-recorder which makes a POST request to the API, passing along the call WAV and JSON
- API creates a new task to transcribe the call and adds it to a queue (in RabbitMQ)
- Worker(s) (running on a machine with a GPU) picks up the task from the queue and executes it, transcribing audio
- As part of the task, worker makes an API call to Meilisearch to add the transcribed call to the search index
- If notifications are configured, as part of the task the worker will send appropriate notifications
If you're using OpenAI Whisper, you can use a local GPU to accelerate computations.
Trunk Recorder is able to record the calls on trunked and conventional radio systems. It uses 1 or more Software Defined Radios (SDRs) to do this. The SDRs capture large swathes of RF and then use software to process what was received. GNU Radio is used to do this processing because it provides lots of convenient RF blocks that can be pieced together to allow for complex RF processing. The libraries from the amazing OP25 project are used for a lot of the P25 functionality. Multiple radio systems can be recorded at the same time.
Trunk Recorder currently supports the following:
- Trunked P25 & SmartNet Systems
- Conventional P25 & analog systems, where each group has a dedicated RF channel
- P25 Phase 1, P25 Phase 2 & Analog voice channels
Easily configure and deploy a fully self-hosted chatbot web service based on open source Large Language Models (LLMs), such as Llama 2, without the need for knowledge in machine learning or programmation.
Free and Open Source chatbot web service with UI and API. Fully self-hosted, not tied to any service, and offline capable. Forget about API keys! Models and embeddings can be pre-downloaded, and the training and inference processes can run off-line if necessary. Easy to setup, no need to program, just configure the service with a YAML file, and start it with 1 command. No need for GPU, this will work even on your laptop CPU! That said, running on CPUs can be quite slow (up to 1min to answer a documents-base question on recent laptops), so we are working on making a better use of GPU when available.
LangChain models supported:
- Llama 2 GGML
- 7B parameters
- 13B parameters
- 70B parameters
- Llama 2 GPTQ
- 7B parameters
- 13B parameters
- 70B parameters
The company at the centre of the "Panama Papers" leak which has exposed the tax-avoiding antics of all manner of high-profile, wealthy and powerful individuals. Complete here with an alternative slogan befitting the apparent ethos of the organisation - Mossack Fonseca: Because Taxes Are For Poor People.
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