A tool to generate binary polyglots (files that are valid with several file formats).
Awesome GIS is a collection of geospatial related sources, including cartographic tools, geoanalysis tools, developer tools, data, conference & communities, news, massive open online course, some amazing map sites, and more.
Has a nontrivial amount of Open Streetmap related resources that might be useful at some point.
Lingua Franca is our multilingual Natural Language Processing library. It allows Mycroft to both understand and respond with naturally expressed entities such as numbers, dates and times. Stand-alone Python module. Ready-to-use and currently has support for Danish, Dutch, English, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, and Swedish. Heuristic parsing routines to extract numbers, dates, times, or durations from a spoken language transcription. Natural language formatters for numbers, dates, times and durations as well as utilities for working with lists in multiple languages. Can reformat figures so they can be better pronounced by a synthesizer. Extract information from text to use in figuring out what the user wants and grab the stuff needed to do it.
A technical reference site that has lots of odd information, most of it PC related. Data formats, file extensions, datastructures and algorithms of sundry kinds and uses, hardware specs, microcontrollers, history, advice... there's a lot of stuff buried in here. If you need something you could do worse than check here first.
The indieweb is a movement in which people own their data, and run their own applications rather than other people's walled gardens. content is there and isn't censored arbitrarily. federation with some or all services is done with interoperable-by-design protocols and data formats. User interaction (replies, likes, stuff like that) are also federated back to your site(s).
A website that generates academic citations in numerous formats.