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vienna-rss - Vienna is a free and open-source RSS/Atom newsreader for macOS

  •    Objective-C

Vienna is an RSS/Atom reader for macOS. Vienna can connect directly to the websites you want to track. Additionally or alternatively, you can also sync with a server supporting the Open Reader API (an adaptation of the now deceased Google Reader API). Vienna has been successfully tested with BazQux.com, FeedHQ.org, InoReader.com and TheOldReader.com.

ripme - Downloads albums in bulk

  •    Java

RipMe is an album ripper for various websites. Runs on your computer. Requires Java 8. Download ripme.jar from the latest release.

goro - PHP in Go

  •    PHP

This is an implementation of PHP, written in pure Go (as much as possible, right now pcre doesn't exist in pure go and require usage of libpcre). This is still a very early implementation and most of the core is missing.

Primrose - A WebVR framework

  •    Javascript

Primrose is an immersive environment for web browsers on desktop and mobile devices alike. Within this environment, web developers can be applications that progressively enhance to support users on a wide variety of form factors, including high-end VR headsets. If you're interested in contributing to the framework, we'd love to have you involved. Primrose is open to contributors of all skill levels and we are ready and willing to help beginners work through issues. Please read the guidelines for contributing before doing so.

rel - :gem: Database Access Layer for Golang - Testable, Extendable and Crafted Into a Clean and Elegant API

  •    Go

Modern Database Access Layer for Golang. REL is golang orm-ish database layer for layered architecture. It's testable and comes with its own test library. REL also features extendable query builder that allows you to write query using builder or plain sql.

plots2 - PublicLab

  •    Ruby

The content management system for the Public Lab research community, the plots2 web application is a combination of a group research blog of what we call "research notes" and a wiki. Read more about the data model here. It features a Bootstrap-based UI and a variety of community and attribution features that help the Public Lab community collaborate on environmental technology design and documentation, as well as community organizing. Originally a Drupal site, it was rewritten in 2012 in Ruby on Rails and has since extended but not entirely replaced the legacy Drupal data model and database design.

ImgBot - An Azure Function solution to crawl through all of your image files in GitHub and losslessly compress them

  •    CSharp

ImgBot crawls all your image files in GitHub and submits pull requests after applying a lossless compression. This will make the file size go down, but leave the dimensions and quality just as good. ImgBot supports optional configuration through a .imgbotconfig json file. This is not a required step to using ImgBot and is only for more advanced scenarios. This file should be placed in the root of the repository and set to your liking.

xibalba - A Mayan roguelike

  •    Java

Your goal is to make it to the bottom of Xibalba, kill the 10 Lords of Xibalba, resurrect your family member, and take them back to the world of the living. To do this, you must progress from the jungle to the caves, and from the caves to the dungeons of Xibalba. During character creation you can choose a god to pledge to, obeying their requirements during your attempt will grant you access to their abilities. Going against them, though, will have extreme consequences.

gradle-natives - Gradle plugin to aid in managing native libraries associated with Java-based projects

  •    Groovy

A Gradle plugin to aid in working with Java-based projects that provide supporting native libraries. This plugin started out to solve the simple problem of making the native libraries stored in dependency jar files more easily usable in Gradle projects, namely the simple game project that I was working on at the time. When I stopped working on the game project, it seemed that there was some interest in the plugin so I kept it up and tried to make it a bit better. Personally, I have not used it since a few months after it was written, and I have other projects that I do actually use, so I am listing this project as abandoned.

defiant - Defiant is a secure, powerful, Node

  •    Javascript

Defiant is a Node.js web app framework intended to facilitate the building of disruptive technology. Let's use email as an example. If you want your own email address (e.g., @yourname.com), you have one of two options: Either set up your own email server or have someone (like Google, Zoho, etc.) host it for you, probably for a monthly/annual fee. Self-managing is extremely complicated (setting up firewalls, IMAP/POP3/SMTP access, a web-based front-end, DNS records with correct DKIM and SPF records, SSL certificates, spam filtering, antivirus, user management etc.), and if you get it wrong, the results can catastrophic. Paying someone else to manage it, however, can get expensive when you need multiple user accounts, allows for little customization, and you are always at the mercy of that 3rd party (and however they may decide to spy on you).

vscode-twig - An extension for VS Code which provides support for the Twig syntax

  •    Javascript

An extension for VS Code which provides support for the Twig syntax. Open the command palette (cmd-shift-p) select Install Extension and choose Twig.

GopherGameServer - Gopher Game Server is a full featured, fast, and fully customizable multiplayer game server API written in Go

  •    Go

Gopher Game Server is designed to provide all necessary tools to greatly ease developments of any type of online game (or any real-time app/chat). Gopher will handle all server-side synchronizing and data type conversions, therefore, client actions receiving, variable setting, messaging, and other functionalities are unproblematic. Moreover, Gopher has a built-in, fully customizable SQL client authentication mechanism that creates and manages users' accounts for you. It even ties in a friending tool, so users can befriend and invite one another to groups, check each other's status, and more. All components are easily configurable and customizable for specific project's needs.

k8s-test-controller - Run end to end tests in kubernetes

  •    Go

Add test resources to test your Kubernetes cluster setup. If you change any API types, you must regenerate all of the supporting code. This can be done by using the generate make target, e.g.

boltBrowser - boltBrowser is a GUI web-based explorer and editor for boltDB

  •    Go

boltBrowser is a web-based explorer for BoltDB. You can change settings by editing a config file or using command line flags.

ventas - Clojure ecommerce platform

  •    Clojure

Worldwide unique technology. Perfected over twenty years. No need for filterpads. ventas wants to be an ecommerce platform written entirely in Clojure.

Contribute-To-This-Project - This project is waiting for your contribution

  •    HTML

This is a tutorial to help first-time contributors to participate in a simple and easy project. Any web developer, aspiring or experienced needs to use Git version control, and GitHub is the most popular Git hosting service used by everyone. It is also the heart of the Open Source community. Getting comfortable using GitHub is an essential skill. Making a contribution to a project boosts your confidence and gives you something to show on your GitHub profile. If you are a new developer and you are wondering if you need to learn Git and GitHUb then here is the answer: You Should've Learned Git Yesterday.

GOLOv2 - YOLOv2 for Golang

  •    Go

This projects implements the yolov2 (https://pjreddie.com/darknet/yolov2/) RegionLayer in Go. It is heavily inspired by duangenquan's C++-RegionLayer implementation (https://github.com/duangenquan/YoloV2NCS). This projects makes use of gocv (https://gocv.io) and go-ncs (https://github.com/hybridgroup/go-ncs/), both from hybridgroup (https://github.com/hybridgroup).

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