Zinc is a search engine that does full text indexing. It is a lightweight alternative to Elasticsearch and runs using a fraction of the resources. It uses bluge as the underlying indexing library.
It is very simple and easy to operate as opposed to Elasticsearch which requires a couple dozen knobs to understand and tune which you can get up and running in 2 minutes
It is a drop-in replacement for Elasticsearch if you are just ingesting data using APIs and searching using kibana (Kibana is not supported with zinc. Zinc provides its own UI).
While Elasticsearch is a very good product, it is complex and requires lots of resources and is more than a decade old. I built Zinc so it becomes easier for folks to use full text search indexing without doing a lot of work.
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.
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.
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.
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.
YOUR ONLY OPTION IS TO REVOLUTIONIZE YOUR STREAM THAT LIKE THREE PEOPLE WATCH
The purpose of this project is to demonstrate an alternative to centralized streaming platforms like Twitch. Instead of a very large, self-contained ecosystem, DIOS is aimed at small, self-governed streaming communities. By design, only one person can stream on a DIOS server at any given time – the inability to scale is a feature that is necessary for any sustainable online community. While DIOS is similar in spirit to federated platforms like Mastodon and PeerTube, federation is not planned for this project.
Unfortunately, built for Docker.
A fully featured browser based WebRTC SIP phone for Asterisk.
This web application is designed to work with Asterisk PBX. Once loaded application will connect to Asterisk PBX on its web socket, and register an extension. Calls are made between contacts, and a full call detail is saved. Audio Calls can be recorded. Video Calls can be recorded, and can be saved with 5 different recording layouts and 3 different quality settings. This application does not use any cloud systems or services, and is designed to be stand-alone. Additional libraries will be downloaded at run time (but can also be saved to the web server for a complete off-line solution).
yarr (yet another rss reader) is a web-based feed aggregator which can be used both as a desktop application and a personal self-hosted server. It is written in Go with the frontend in Vue.js. Local storage is backed by SQLite.
A self-hosted service in a micro-blog style, nobody can @ you here. The idea is to privately post personal notes, photos, videos and project ideas in a micro-blog style that you can later reflect and look back on.
Uses SQLite as its back-end.
This is an implementation of the Kiwix offline Wikipedia reader as a progressive web app which runs in modern web browsers. You can download ZIM files through the app for later or open ones you already have. As long as it's an OpenZIM format archive file you can open it. When you install it, it shows up like any other application on the desktop.
Two modes: Jquery (for older browsers) and ServiceWorker (newer browsers, also supports archives with dynamic content)
Free and Open Source Machine Translation API, entirely self-hosted. Unlike other APIs, it doesn't rely on proprietary providers such as Google or Azure to perform translations. Instead, its translation engine is powered by the open source Argos Translate library.
Supports per-user limit quotas, e.g. you can issue API keys to users so that they can enjoy higher requests limits per minute (if you also set --req-limit). By default all users are rate-limited based on --req-limit, but passing an optional api_key parameter to the REST endpoints allows a user to enjoy higher request limits. To use API keys simply start LibreTranslate with the --api-keys option.
There are also F/OSS mobile clients for Android and browser plugins.
Free Competitors is a server software to make websites that help users find Free Software replacements to proprietary software. And search Free Software alternatives to other Free Software.
The things you might want to replace and what you could replace them with are all in here as JSON files: https://notabug.org/jyamihud/FreeCompetitors/src/master/apps
Python Django web frontend for playing recorded radio transmisisons. The audio files are recorded using Trunk Recoder.
An intuitive remotely-accessible system performance monitoring and task management tool for servers and headless Raspberry Pi setups.
- For people having home or enterprise servers with lower system specifications and complexity
- For people having headless setup of Raspberry Pi (or any other single board computer of the kind)
- For people looking for a relatively easy-to-understand and user-friendly system management tool
- For people wanting to control devices from mobile phones, chromebooks and smart TVs (with browser)
Well, it probably is, you'll just be the only user.
A tiny little drawing app.
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