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Akaunting is a free, open source and online accounting software designed for small businesses and freelancers. It is built with modern technologies such as Laravel, Bootstrap, jQuery, RESTful API etc. Thanks to its modular structure, Akaunting provides an awesome App Store for users and developers. Akaunting uses Laravel, the best existing PHP framework, as the foundation framework and Modules package for Apps.
"Firefly III" is a (self-hosted) manager for your personal finances. It can help you keep track of your expenses and income, so you can spend less and save more. Firefly III supports the use of budgets, categories and tags. It can import data from external sources and it has many neat financial reports available.
Responsive Flask/SQLAlchemy personal finance app, specifically for biweekly budgeting. biweeklybudget is a responsive (mobile-friendly) Flask/SQLAlchemy personal finance application, specifically targeted at budgeting on a biweekly basis. This is a personal project of mine, and really only intended for my personal use. If you find it helpful, great! But this is provided as-is; I'll happily accept pull requests if they don't mess things up for me, but I don't intend on working any feature requests or bug reports at this time. Sorry.
This is a simple Kubernetes controller for adding default Pod Disruption Budgets (PDBs) for Deployments and StatefulSets in case none are defined. This is inspired by the dicussion in kubernetes/kubernetes#35318 and was created for lack of an alternative. The selector and labels are based on those from the related Deployment or StatefulSet. The special heritage=pdb-controller label is set by the controller and is used to find owned PDBs. Owned PDBs are removed in case replicas of the related resource is scaled to 1 or less. This is done to prevent deadlocking for clients depending on the PDBs e.g. cluster upgrade tools.
Budget Watch helps manage personal budgets. After adding your budgets, simply record your day-to-day transactions. You can then view how close your sending is to your budget. If there is any interest in improving this project, kindly submit a pull request with proposed changes.
A way to make budgeting easy. A basic idea for the community, made even better by the community. We have a slack team to make communication a bit easier. Write me a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org to get your invitation.