A trivial collection of python scripts and database queries that miraculously shit out a fully functional, text-driven community bulletin board. Requires Python 3.4 and up for the server and the official TUI client (clients/urwid/). The API is simple and others are welcome to join the party at some point. Maybe I can abuse this somehow?
I just wanted to let everyone know I have built out a chatbot to help answer mycroft related questions and will be adding a lot to it over the coming weeks allowing for it to answer questions about the project as well as eventually troubleshoot some issues.
Described as the Craig's List for science.
A technical remote viewing forum, with lots of free tools and online texts.
My Little Forum is a lightweight forum application written in PHP and using MySQL as its back-end. Its appearance is very lightweight and clean so users can focus on using it and not figuring out how to navigate it.
This website has a good archive of abandonware and some interesting web apps, like an online disk editor and visualizer for .d64 disk images.
Kareha doesn't use a database, Wakaba does.
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