A fast and local neural text to speech system developed by Mycroft for the Mark II. Multiple voice models, multiple languages.
Does not have to be used in the context of Mycroft. You can run Mimic on just about any Linux machine. If you can send text to a REST API rail somehow, you can use it.
Time to migrate to the other ADSBx API, I guess.
xmppipe redirects stdin/stdout in a shell pipeline to an XMPP MUC (XEP-0045) or a one to one chat. Supports flow control using stream management (XEP-0198). Optionally deals with overload by acting as a circuit breaker or by discarding messages. Works with line oriented tools like grep, sed and awk by outputting each message as a newline terminated, percent-encoded string. xmppipe can be used in shell scripts to quickly write interactive bots for monitoring systems or for sending alerts.
A self-hosted bookmark database with full-text page content search. Bookmarklet support. Bookmark content is scraped and indexed locally. Page content periodically refreshed automatically. Full-text search of all stored data. No separate database required. Easily export your bookmarks to a plain text file - your data is yours. Even has .deb and .rpm packages for installation and upgrading.
Smashing, the spiritual successor to Dashing, is a Sinatra based framework that lets you build excellent dashboards. It looks especially great on TVs. Use premade widgets, or fully create your own with scss, html, and coffeescript. Has a REST API to push data to the dashboard. Drag and drop interface for building a dashboard.
Install the gem. Run it to create a new dashboard ("project"). Run bundle. Start the server for the project.
Part-DB is an Open-Source inventory managment system for your electronic components. It is installed on a web server and so can be accessed with any browser without the need to install additional software.
The version in this Repository is a complete rewrite of the legacy Part-DB (Version < 1.0) based on a modern framework. In the moment it lacks some features from the old Part-DB and the testing and documentation is not finished. Part-DB is in undergoing development, that means features and appearance can change, and the software can contain bugs.
Installation instructions are in the README file.
Gods, this thing is slow. And you can't export from it.
Open Source Airtable Alternative - turns any MySQL, Postgres, SQLite into a rich spreadsheet with REST APIs. There are even workflows that can be automated. Multiple possible views, mobile apps, drag-and-drop page designer.
Maybe use for inventory management?
Run.md looks like a useful installation document.
PartKeepr is an inventory management software, primarily designed for electronic components. Seems designed for hobbyist use, not necessarily professional.
PartKeepr is written in PHP and using the Symfony2 framework.
Hasn't been updated in a while so this may not be a useful thing to set up. It requires a version of PHP that even Dreamhost doesn't offer anymore (v7.1 or earlier because it's based upon Symfony v2 (and it's up to v5 now)).
Bookmarked mostly so that I remember the phrase "inventory mangement" to search on.
It seems that you can't use it with PHP newer than v7.1 due to the version of Symfony it's built on.
A self-hosted bookmark management tool. Servas is based on Laravel and Inertia.js and uses Tailwind CSS and Svelte for the frontend. Tags, groups, lists with arbitrary contents, multiple user accounts, responsive design, MFA. Requires PHP v8.1 or later, node.js and composer to build everything.
Browser extension for Chrome and its derivatives available.
Probably has an API because it's based upon the Laravel framework, but it doesn't seem to be documented anywhere.
The Ultimate Nginx Bad Bot, User-Agent, Spam Referrer Blocker, Adware, Malware and Ransomware Blocker, Clickjacking Blocker, Click Re-Directing Blocker, SEO Companies and Bad IP Blocker with Anti DDOS System, Nginx Rate Limiting and Wordpress Theme Detector Blocking. Stop and Block all kinds of bad internet traffic even Fake Googlebots from ever reaching your web sites.
List of API's for gathering information about phone numbers, addresses, domains, etc.
Real-Time RESTful APIs and Websocket for Stocks, Currencies, and Crypto.
Free, easy-to-use REST API interface delivering worldwide stock market data. Obtain real-time stock data for any ticker down to the minute, request intraday quotes or search 30+ years of accurate historical market data. Easily integrate the API and make use of 170,000+ worldwide stock tickers, collected from 70 global exchanges, including Nasdaq, NYSE, and more
Free tier: 100 requests / month
Market index figures are unavailable at the free tier.
gcprand is a Python library for gathering Global Consciousness Project Dot data and generating psychorandom numbers seeded by nooetic activity. It is a thoroughly unconventional entropy generator in the tradition of Cloudflare's LavaRand.
Reading through the code could provide insights into how to pull and analyze the data myself.
Set up a free account, get access to NASDAQ data through their APIs.
Huginn agent for publishing message via the Mastodon API.
Spyglass is a search platform that lives on your device, indexing what you want, exposing it to you in a super simple and fast interface.
Warning: Spyglass is very much in its early stages, but it’s in a place where it's functional and can be used to replace basic searches.
Spyglass is a solution to address the following common issues when searching the web.
- Do you add terms such as "reddit" or "wiki" to your searches to narrow it down?
- Do you skip over a full page of ads before getting to your actual search results?
- Do you scroll past dozens of SEO spam pages to find the recipe/review/blog post you were looking for?
- Do you get frustrated with overzealous autocorrect on your search terms?
A Huginn agent for querying SQLite databases. Whatever it finds are emitted as events.
A Huginn agent for writing data into influxdb.
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