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notes - Some public notes

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Just some notes, stored on GitHub instead of a blog. I am not a native English speaker, so please excuse any language mistakes.

typescript-starter - Quickly create and configure a new library or Node.js project

  •    TypeScript

Run one simple command to install and use the interactive project generator. You'll need Node v8.9 (the current LTS release) or later. The interactive CLI will help you create and configure your project automatically.




travis-cookbooks - Chef cookbook monolithic repo :book: :bomb:

  •    Ruby

Travis cookbooks are collections of Chef cookbooks used with Chef for setting up Linux VMs for running tests and Travis internal machines.The wrapper cookbooks that compose together the cookbooks found here live over in the Travis CI Infrastructure Packer Templates repository.

hubcommander - A Slack bot for GitHub organization management -- and other things too

  •    Python

A user-extendable Slack bot for GitHub organization management.HubCommander provides a chat-ops means for managing GitHub organizations. It creates a simple way to perform privileged GitHub organization management tasks without granting administrative or owner privileges to your GitHub organization members.

flask-bones - An example of a large scale Flask application using blueprints and extensions.

  •    Python

An example of a large scale Flask application using blueprints and extensions. RQ is a simple job queue for python backed by redis.


awesome_bot - :white_check_mark: Validate links in awesome projects

  •    Ruby

awesome_bot checks for valid URLs in a file, it can be used to verify pull requests updating a README. You can check multiple files (comma separated or * pattern, look below for details).

bors-ng - 👁 A merge bot for GitHub Pull Requests

  •    Elixir

Bors-NG implements a continuous-testing workflow where the master branch never breaks. It integrates GitHub pull requests with a tool like Travis CI that runs your tests. Change the name of this function, as well as every call site that currently exists in master. I've thought of making it a method on Crab instead of on Sword, but then it would be bifurcateWithSword(), which hardly seems like an improvement.

AppImages - pkg2appimage tool and some example recipes to build AppImages using AppImageKit and travis-ci

  •    Shell

In https://github.com/AppImage/AppImages/commit/798093a8b2b41b8a32fb1cc5301bcab9ed5f2cb8 we reorganized this repository to simplify its structure and make it easier to understand. Unfortunately this requires existing links to this repository to be updated. We apologize for the inconvenience caused. This repository contains the pkg2appimage tool and some recipes to generate AppImages (portable Linux apps) using AppImageKit. See the Bintray page tab for downloads of the generated AppImages.

travis-buddy - :rocket: TravisBuddy is an awesome bot that will make life much easier for your contributors

  •    Javascript

TravisBuddy is a cloud service that creates comments in failed pull requests and tell the author what went wrong and what they can do to fix it. TravisBuddy is already being trusted by few repositories on GitHub. It automatically stars every project using it, so you can easily see who's using it.

Hexagon - Microservices library written in Kotlin

  •    Kotlin

Hexagon is a microservices library written in Kotlin. Its purpose is to ease the building of services (Web applications, APIs or queue consumers) that run inside a cloud platform. It is meant to provide abstraction from underlying technologies to be able to change them with minimum impact. It is designed to fit in applications that conforms to the Hexagonal Architecture (also called Clean Architecture or Ports and Adapters Architecture).

jupiter-brain - Jupiter Brain manages servers

  •    Go

Jupiter Brain is a virtual machine cloud manager backed by vSphere, prioritizing fast boot times for ephemeral VMs.

packer-templates - Packer templates zOMG!

  •    Ruby

Collection of Packer templates used for various infrastructure layers.Most of the templates in here require some env vars. Take a look at .example.env for an example. Use of autoenv is encouraged but not required.

travis-ruby-client - Ruby client library for Travis CI API

  •    Ruby

Ruby client for the Travis CI API, version 3.Note that it does conflict with travis.rb at the moment, as both of them add a travis/client file. It is highly recommended to use Bundler to avoid accidentally loading the wrong gem in your scripts.

worker - Worker runs your Travis CI jobs

  •    Go

Worker is the component of Travis CI that will run a CI job on some form of compute instance. It's responsible for getting the bash script from travis-build, spin up the compute instance (VM, Docker container, or maybe something different), upload the bash script, run it and stream the logs back to travis-logs. It also sends state updates to travis-hub.Find the version you wish to install on the GitHub Releases page and download either the darwin-amd64 binary for OS X or the linux-amd64 binary for Linux. No other operating systems or architectures have pre-built binaries at this time.

ci - Build your Atom packages

  •    PowerShell

Set the APM_TEST_PACKAGES environment variable in your .travis.yml or circle.yml file to a space-separated list of packages to install before your package's tests run.It will always download the latest available version. You can read more about the latest Atom release here.





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