An online textbook about designing applications at scale.
Useful resources for using IPFS and building things on top of it.
This guide arose out of the need for system administrators to have an updated, solid, well researched and thought-through guide for configuring SSL, PGP, SSH and other cryptographic tools in the post-Snowden age. Triggered by the NSA leaks in the summer of 2013, many system administrators and IT security officers saw the need to strengthen their encryption settings. This guide is specifically written for these system administrators.
The focus of this guide is merely to give current best practices for configuring complex cipher suites and related parameters in a copy & paste-able manner. The guide tries to stay as concise as is possible for such a complex topic as cryptography. Naturally, it can not be complete. There are many excellent guides (II & SYM, 2012) and best practice documents available when it comes to cryptography. However none of them focuses specifically on what an average system administrator needs for hardening his or her systems' crypto settings.
A curated list of amazingly awesome articles, people, projects, applications, software libraries and projects related to the knowledge management space in general, and in particular Contextualise, the (personal and collaborative) knowledge management application that I am developing.
A curated list of command line apps.
A list of awesome applications, software, tools and other materials for Linux.
A collection of awesome web crawl, scraping, and spidering projects in different languages.
A curated list of delightful XMPP related resources.
A directory of Linux applications packaged as AppImages, to make them easy to install and run. Just one executable file, with all dependencies included.
One of those nifty system monitoring packages, with all the buzzwords you'd expect. Watches systems as well as applications. Has a dashboard, which I think you can disable. Realtime, too. Supports third party extensions and applications. Tries to use as little RAM as possible, tries to carry out as little storage I/O as possible. Claims to have a web API. Zero dependent packages.
Can notify through multiple means, including IRC, email, Pushover, and custom endpoints.
There is an OpenWRT package called 'netdata' which can be installed normally.
A curated list of the most popular libraries and applications for many different languages and fields.
A simple, fully responsive Dashboard to forward to the services of your choice! Ideal for Desktop and mobile usage! Add all of your services, whether you host them yourself or not and display them as neat Icons from the FontAwesome libary. simple-dash is made to be as simple and minimalistic as possible.
We're working on providing services to the tildeverse, a community of *nix boxes that aim to share the fun and love! A list of services and source code repos, specifically.
A curated list of awesome HTML5 resources. Multimedia applications, elements, APIs, crypto, and other stuff. Probably single page applications, too.
Heimdall Application Dashboard is a dashboard for all your web applications. It doesn't need to be limited to applications though, you can add links to anything you like. Some recognized applications can have their APIs accessed if you enter credentials. Recognizes other applications for the purpose of search and autocomplete. Written in PHP, uses SQLite as its datastore.
An open-source drum machine and MIDI sequencer that also uses AI technology to figure out melodies for the patterns you program.
Free and open source software for Windows XP and Vista.
A utility for Windows XP and Vista that makes it easy to reinstall your system because it hunts down and packages up every device driver installed on your system, zips them up, and asks you to save them off somewhere. After the reinstall, DriverMax will help you reinstall them.
A massive collection of portable software, for stocking your (give-away) Swiss Army USB Keys with.
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