This specification defines HyperText Markup Language as implemented in the broader diversity of web browsers, including Rhapsode, Lynx, Dillo, Netsurf, Weasyprint, etc. HTML is a language for annotating plain text with its semantic structure, and to reference related resources. HTML specifically does not dictate how its text should be presented. For the sake of rendering to a variety of devices, and to ease website authoring & maintenance.
HTMLite is meant to be loosely compatible with WHATWG's HTML specification whilst being tractible to understand and implement. Reflecting what's supported/used by most browser engines and web pages, rather than the popular few.
HTMLite is an application of XMLite, and is based fundamentally on XMLite-Model. It also defines the HTML syntax as an alternative to XMLite-Syntax.
JSON Resume is a community driven open source initiative to create JSON-based standard for resumes. Makes it ideal for running through a generator to output a static resume document. Of course, the PoC is written in node.js. Can be integrated into various CMSes and management platforms.
stali is a static linux distribution based on the original pre-2010 plans of the suckless.org project. x86-64 and Arm architectures are targeted. One Makefile builds it all. Tries to avoid sucking at all costs. Ideal for embedded systems.
A double-entry bookkeeping computer language that lets you define financial transaction records in a text file, read them in memory, generate a variety of reports from them, and provides a web interface. In theory, if it can read a text file, it can manipulate your accounting "database." More of a standard or file format than an application because you can do it all in a text editor if you really want.
The reference implementation is written in Python and seems to have a webapp.
Autocrypt is a set of guidelines for developers to achieve convenient end-to-end-encryption of e-mails. It specifies how e-mail programs negotiate encryption capabilities using regular e-mails.
For users, Autocrypt Level 1 offers single-click, opt-in encryption, eases encrypted group communications, and provides a way to setup encryption on multiple devices.
Defines a standard, programming language agnostic interface description for REST APIs, which allows both humans and computers to discover and understand the capabilities of a service without requiring access to source code, additional documentation, or inspection of network traffic. When properly defined via OpenAPI, a consumer can understand and interact with the remote service with a minimal amount of implementation logic. Aims to remove guesswork in calling a service.
The wikipedia page about how XMLHttpRequest works. This seems like a pretty straightforward description of the standard.