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We accept all contributions via our GitHub, so you can fork our repo (apache/incubator-usergrid) and then submit a PR back to us for approval. For larger PRs you'll need to have an ICLA form on file with Apache. For more information see our [Contribution Workflow Policy](https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/usergrid/Usergrid+Contribution+Workflow), and specifically our [External Contributors Guide](https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/usergrid/Usergrid+External+Contributors+Guide).
This code is a quick hack for converting markdown to Atlassian confluence markup language. It's not a 100% full conversion, but I find it rather usuable already. I will continue to improve where possible. there is really one class to edit - see lib/markdown2confluence/convertor/confluence.rb Feel free to enhance or improve tag handling.
This is a library and command-line tool to read, write, and generally work with DICOM medical image files in native Go. The goal is to build a full-featured, high-performance, and readable DICOM parser for the Go community.
A library for playing with colors in go (golang). I love games. I make games. I love detail and I get lost in detail. One such detail popped up during the development of Memory Which Does Not Suck, when we wanted the server to assign the players random colors. Sometimes two players got very similar colors, which bugged me. The very same evening, I want hue was the top post on HackerNews' frontpage and showed me how to Do It Right™. Last but not least, there was no library for handling color spaces available in go. Colorful does just that and implements Go's color.Color interface.
UniDoc's UniPDF (formerly unidoc) is a PDF library for Go (golang) with capabilities for creating and reading, processing PDF files. The library is written and supported by FoxyUtils.com, where the library is used to power many of its services. Multiple examples are provided in our example repository https://github.com/unidoc/unidoc-examples as well as documented examples on our website.
Excelize is a library written in pure Golang and providing a set of functions that allow you to write to and read from XLSX files. Support reads and writes XLSX file generated by Microsoft Excel™ 2007 and later. Support save file without losing original charts of XLSX. This library needs Go version 1.8 or later. The full API docs can be seen using go's built-in documentation tool, or online at godoc.org.Here is a minimal example usage that will create XLSX file.
Package chart is a very simple golang native charting library that supports timeseries and continuous line charts. The v1.0 release has been tagged so things should be more or less stable, if something changes please log an issue.
This is an opinionated guideline to structure a Go web application/service (or could be extended for any application). My opinions were formed over a span of 5+ years building web applications/services with Go, trying to implement DDD (Domain Driven Development) & Clean Architecture. Even though I've mentioned go.mod and go.sum, this guideline works for 1.4+ (i.e. since introduction of the special 'internal' directory). P.S: This guideline is not directly applicable for an independent package, as their primary use is to be consumed in other applications. In such cases, having most or all of the package code in the root is probably the best way of doing it. And that is where Go's recommendation of "no unnecessary sub packages" shines.
Fortio (Φορτίο) started as, and is, Istio's load testing tool and now graduated to be its own project. Fortio runs at a specified query per second (qps) and records an histogram of execution time and calculates percentiles (e.g. p99 ie the response time such as 99% of the requests take less than that number (in seconds, SI unit)). It can run for a set duration, for a fixed number of calls, or until interrupted (at a constant target QPS, or max speed/load per connection/thread).
UniDoc is a powerful PDF library for Go (golang). The library is written and supported by the owners of the FoxyUtils.com website, where the library is used to power many of the PDF services offered. The choice is yours. There are multiple respectable efforts out there that can do many good things.
RefactorDW is a tool based on Java technology that provides several capabilities for restructuring and refactoring existing Dokuwiki article assets. It may be also used as a converter preparing the migration to Atlassian's Confluence wiki.
JMonitoring and NMonitoring are monitoring frameworks for Java and .Net applications, based on AOP (AspectJ and AspectDNG). Data are stored in database, memory or XML and can be consulted with a web console. http://forge.octo.com/confluence/display/JMO
iSCM integrates several popular software development collaboration tools, including Atlassian JIRA, Confluence, FishEye, Apache Jackrabbit and Subversion to provide a consistent SCM environment for organizations.
dcm4che is an implementation of DICOM and IHE actors in Java. Homepage: http://www.dcm4che.org, Google Group: http://groups.google.com/group/dcm4che?hl=en, Wiki: http://www.dcm4che.org/confluence, Issue Tracking: http://www.dcm4che.org/jira