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OpenTechSchool
A short introduction to the way OpenTechSchool coaches learners
opensource  community 
6 days ago by pfctdayelise
Elix - Component Kitchen
Elix is an open collection of high-quality web components for common user interface patterns such as lists, menus, dialogs, carousels, and so on. The modular nature of web components let you easily incorporate them into your web apps, and their standard definition ensures good results across all mainstream browsers.
frontend  html  opensource 
6 weeks ago by pfctdayelise
Masquerade: A Postgres Proxy to Mask Data in Realtime - Tonic
Redact and Replace in Realtime with no Additional Infrastructure

Many of our customers have multiple databases, complex application logic, and limited time. One of the easiest ways to protect your data is to add a proxy between the consumer (analyst, application, developer, etc) and the data base. Since the proxy doesn’t clone the data, there are no additional infrastructure costs. Most importantly, because the proxy sits between your application the database there is no need to replicate application logic and your application doesn’t need to care whether it’s communicating with the real database or the proxy.

Have you ever:

Wanted to let devs/QA test off production quality data without exposing customer information? Pull this off without setting up a new staging instance.
wanted to grant access to a database for some people to generate reports, but not want them to see sensitive data as they’re creating them? Accomplish this without heavy ETL or data sanitization.
Provide data to sales for demos with minimal effort? Configure complex relationships simply.
postgres  privacy  opensource  gdpr 
may 2019 by pfctdayelise
Princeton IoT Inspector
What is Princeton IoT Inspector?

An open-source desktop tool with a one-click install process

Automatically discovers IoT devices and analyzes their network traffic

Helps you identify security and privacy issues with graphs and tables

Requires minimal technical skills and no special hardware

Use it to quickly inspect devices (e.g., from your computer) or continuously monitor your network (e.g., from a Raspberry Pi)
iot  opensource  privacy 
may 2019 by pfctdayelise
balenaEtcher - Home
Flash OS images to SD cards & USB drives, safely and easily.
Validated Flashing
No more writing images on corrupted cards and wondering why your device isn't booting.
Hard Drive Friendly
Hard Drive Friendly
Makes drive selection obvious to avoid wiping your entire hard-drive
Beautiful Interface
Beautiful Interface
Who said flashing SD cards has to be an eyesore.
Open Source
Open Source
Made with JS, HTML, node.js and Electron. Dive in and contribute!
Cross Platform
Cross Platform
Works for everyone,
no more complicated install instructions.
embedded  opensource 
may 2019 by pfctdayelise
Gaia - Build powerful pipelines in any programming language.
Automation platform of the future

Automation processes and requirements have developed rapidly in recent years. Cloud, SaaS, PaaS, AaaS, Kubernetes, Docker, and many more technologies were invented to simplify the complexity and management of huge IT applications. Communication with external APIs and services for CI/CD is simply essential nowadays and hard to do right with simple configuration specs.

Gaia is the next evolution of automation platforms whose goal is to provide full flexibility and performance for today's CI/CD, but basically any automation workflow imaginable.
Enables DevOps

DevOps becomes more and more important and many developers are scared of this word because it usually implies writing endless lines of YAML/JSON configuration files to automate complex automation tasks.

Gaia requires no YAML/JSON or any other configuration spec to write automation workflows. An automation workflow (we named it pipeline) can be written in any programming language and adding it to Gaia usually takes a few seconds. Once a pipeline has been added, Gaia automatically detects changes and rebuilds your pipeline automatically.
Efficient and super fast
Gaia has been from the ground up developed with the goal to be ultra lightweight, efficient, super fast and developer-first. It's core is written in Go and the pipeline communication is based on googles battle-hardened gRPC which uses HTTP/2. The Unix philosophy (simple, modular and composable) is and will always be the base principle for Gaia.
Build by and for operators

Gaia is one self-contained binary which can be started without any configuration. Just download, unarchive and start it. We also provide various docker images ready to pull. You prefer to have all your tools running in Kubernetes? Don't worry, we also provide a helm chart.

Get started now and setup Gaia within seconds, develop your first pipeline in 5-10 minutes.
devops  python  opensource 
january 2019 by pfctdayelise
Appium: Mobile App Automation Made Awesome.
Appium is an open source test automation framework for use with native, hybrid and mobile web apps.
It drives iOS, Android, and Windows apps using the WebDriver protocol.
mobile  testing  opensource 
january 2019 by pfctdayelise
Taurus
Kind of open source?? not sure where the bug tracker is. can run pytest tests.
performance  testing  python  opensource 
january 2019 by pfctdayelise
Science & Research (Drugs) > FDA’s MyStudies Application (App)
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is posting computer code and a technical roadmap that will allow researchers and developers to customize and use the FDA’s newly created MyStudies app. The FDA MyStudies App is designed to facilitate the input of real world data directly by patients which can be linked to electronic health data supporting traditional clinical trials, pragmatic trials, observational studies and registries. It was developed by the FDA and private sector partners, but open source code and technical documentation are being released to the public, so the app and patient data storage system can be reconfigured by organizations conducting clinical research. The app bore the FDA brand while its functionality was tested in a pilot study, but it can now be rebranded by researchers and developers who would like to customize and rebrand the app.

The FDA MyStudies App has several important features, including:

The data storage environment is secure and supports auditing necessary for compliance with 21 CFR Part 11 and the Federal Information Security Management Act, so it can be used for trials under Investigational New Drug oversight.
The app is configurable for different therapeutic areas, and health outcomes, which reduces software development hurdles for non-FDA users.
The data storage environment is partitioned to support multi-site trials or “distributed database” studies.
The code for MyStudies will be open source so software developers can improve upon its capabilities.

Open source code is being released for two versions of the app. One is built on Apple’s ResearchKit (iOS) framework, and the other is built on the open source ResearchStack framework, which runs on Google’s Android. (The original FDA-branded app is not currently in app stores because it was removed after being tested in a pilot study.)
opensource  medicaldevices 
december 2018 by pfctdayelise
Why Sleep Apnea Patients Rely on a CPAP Machine Hacker
'I’m Possibly Alive Because It Exists:' Why Sleep Apnea Patients Rely on a CPAP Machine Hacker
An Australian hacker has spent thousands of hours hacking the DRM that medical device manufacturers put on CPAP machines to create a free tool that lets patients modify their treatment.
opensource  medicaldevices 
november 2018 by pfctdayelise
CodeTriage
Help out your favorite open source projects and become a better developer while doing it.

Pick your favorite repos to receive a different open issue in your inbox every day. Fix the issue and everybody wins.
opensource 
may 2017 by pfctdayelise
Siege Home
Siege is an http load testing and benchmarking utility. It was designed to let web developers measure their code under duress, to see how it will stand up to load on the internet. Siege supports basic authentication, cookies, HTTP, HTTPS and FTP protocols. It lets its user hit a server with a configurable number of simulated clients. Those clients place the server “under siege.”
webdev  performance  opensource 
may 2017 by pfctdayelise
Flutter
Flutter is a new project to help developers build high-performance, high-fidelity, mobile apps for iOS and Android from a single codebase.
Written in dart.
mobile  opensource  google 
november 2015 by pfctdayelise
pgcli
Pgcli is a command line interface for Postgres with auto-completion and syntax highlighting.
postgres  python  opensource 
november 2015 by pfctdayelise
re:dash
Open Soure Data Collaboration Platform
Connect to any data source, visualize your data and share it with anyone!
opensource  python  datavis 
november 2015 by pfctdayelise
Changeset Consulting
"short-term project management services for free and open source software projects" by Sumana Harihareswara
opensource  freesoftware  community  business 
november 2015 by pfctdayelise
Chrome Web Store - Postman - REST Client
Postman helps you be more efficient while working with APIs. Postman is
a scratch-your-own-itch project. The need for it arose while one of the developers was creating an API for his project. After looking around for a number of tools, nothing felt just right. The primary features added initially were a history of sent requests and collections.
api  chrome  opensource 
january 2014 by pfctdayelise
The In-Person Event Handbook — In-Person Event Handbook 0.1.2 documentation
The In-Person Event Handbook
getting your open source project ready for new contributors

It seems like every day there’s another workshop, hackathon or sprint, where open source projects are invited to work with new contributors. At OpenHatch, we’ve run plenty of these events ourselves! We’ve found that to get the most out of an event, it’s important to plan ahead. Explaining your goals, identifying appropriate tasks, and testing your project setup, are all vital to making good progress - and having a good time. These changes have greatly improved our experiences, and we think they’re worth the (significant) effort.

We’ve created the following guide to help open source projects get ready for events. We’ve used our own project - the OpenHatch.org web app - as an example below. At the bottom of the page, you can find Checklists. These condense the advice given in this handbook, and can help you track your progress as you prepare your project.
cc-by  openhatch  opensource  events  conferences  sprints  programming 
december 2013 by pfctdayelise
About Freeseer — Freeseer 3.0.0 documentation
Freeseer (pronounced free-see-ar) is a free, open source, cross-platform application that captures or streams your desktop. It’s designed for capturing presentations, and has been succesfully used at many open source conferences to record hundreds of talks (which can be seen at fosslc.org). Though designed for capturing presentations, it can also be used to capture demos, training materials, lectures, and other videos.

Freeseer is written in Python, uses Qt4 for its GUI, and Gstreamer for video/audio processing. Freeseer is based on open standards and supports royalty free audio and video codecs.

Freeseer can be used by everyone but is aimed at organizations and personalities who are actively involved in conferences or events and have to record many presentations and talks in a short period of time.

Freeseer will be most useful for:

Presenters who want to record their own talks using a simple application that has virtually no learning curve, and covers all their basic needs.

Conference Staff who want easier ways to manage the recording of talks, and record talks with top audio and video quality.

Instructors like professors, bloggers, or consultants who want an easy way to record their lectures, tutorials, or training material to later share with others.
opensource  video  screencast  conferences  gpl 
october 2013 by pfctdayelise
Mozilla Labs : TogetherJS
Here are some built-in features!

Video or Audio chat
TogetherJS uses Web RTC technology to enhance communication for your users.

User focus
Your users see each other's mouse cursors and clicks.

User presence
TogetherJS enables your users to see each other in real time.


Text chat
Your users can chat with each other with familiar instant messaging.

Co-browsing
Your users can follow each other to different pages on the same domain.

Real time content sync
Your users can see content on a site or app dynamically change together.
opensource  javascript  collaboration 
september 2013 by pfctdayelise
None
open source alternative to disqus, comment server
python  opensource  blog  comments 
july 2013 by pfctdayelise
Bootstrap, from Twitter
sooooooooo nice! note to self: use this for everything from now on. under the Apache license.
javascript  css  webdesign  pretty  twitter  opensource 
august 2011 by pfctdayelise
Conversation - Identi.ca
"The false beard - a harmless joke, a tribute to some of the big names in FOSS history, or an insult to women. Opinions vary. What's yours?"
opensource  women  geekfeminism 
july 2011 by pfctdayelise
F-Droid
Like Android Market, but just for open source apps.
android  opensource 
july 2011 by pfctdayelise
Sweble | Sweetly Enabling the Web
Sweble Wikitext parser! Ah, this is good for the open web.
mediawiki  parsing  opensource 
may 2011 by pfctdayelise
Code Simplicity » Open Source Community, Simplified
Tips from the Bugzilla project about how to attract and keep contributors.
opensource  community  bugtracker 
february 2011 by pfctdayelise
ASCII by Jason Scott / Yahoo!locaust
I am, frankly, a mixture of disappointed and sad that after Yahoo! shut down Geocities, Briefcase, Content Match, Mash, [...5...], Yahoo! Podcasts, Yahoo! Music Store, Yahoo Photos, Yahoo! Design, Yahoo Auctions, Farechase, Yahoo Kickstart, MyWeb, WebJay, Yahoo! Directory France, Yahoo! Directory Spain, Yahoo! Directory Germany, Yahoo! Directory Italy, the enterprise business division, Inktomi, SpotM, Maven Networks, Direct Media Exchange, The All Seeing Eye, Yahoo! Tech, Paid Inclusion, Brickhouse, PayDirect, SearchMonkey, and Yahoo! Go!… there are still people out there going “Well, Yahoo certainly will never shut down Flickr, because _______________” where ______ is the sound of donkeys.

What, because they take your money? Because they’re so big? Because so many people use it and like it? Because it works well? Because it would make Yahoo! look bad? Go ahead, give me some more reasons. Flickr allows you great ability to export all your data. Get used to using it regularly.
flickr  web  opensource  essays  freedom 
january 2011 by pfctdayelise
mixwidget.org - the free and open source mixtape
Mixwidget.org is licensed under the CPAL. For those unfamiliar, the CPAL (Common Public Attribution License Version) is derived from the Mozilla license and is very similar to AGPL, except the developer is allowed an additional attribution clause.
mixtape  flash  opensource  widget  music 
december 2010 by pfctdayelise
boilerpipe
Welcome to the Web API for the boilerpipe Java library.

boilerpipe provides algorithms to detect and remove the surplus "clutter" (boilerplate, templates) around the main textual content of a web page.

Just call http://boilerpipe-web.appspot.com/extract?url=http://someurl to highlight the main content of an arbitrary URL.
opensource  web-based  compling 
november 2010 by pfctdayelise
Publish your computer code: it is good enough : Nature News
I am a professional software engineer and I want to share a trade secret with scientists: most professional computer software isn't very good. The code inside your laptop, television, phone or car is often badly documented, inconsistent and poorly tested.

Why does this matter to science? Because to turn raw data into published research papers often requires a little programming, which means that most scientists write software. And you scientists generally think the code you write is poor. It doesn't contain good comments, have sensible variable names or proper indentation. It breaks if you introduce badly formatted data, and you need to edit the output by hand to get the columns to line up. It includes a routine written by a graduate student which you never completely understood, and so on. Sound familiar? Well, those things don't matter.
science  opensource  academia 
october 2010 by pfctdayelise
sharism.cc
$100 laptop designed for devs to repurpose.
opensource  openhardware  nanonote 
september 2010 by pfctdayelise
Simplenlg package
Simplenlg is a simple Java class library which does basic NLG lexicalisation and realisation; it is primarily designed for data-to-text applications. I hope to gradually build up its functionality over time.

The package currently includes

* Lexicon/morphology system: The default lexicon computes inflected forms (morphological realisation). We believe this has quite good coverage. Morphology in simplenlg V3 is partially based on the rule in the Sussex morphg system. Morphology in simplenlg V4 can is based on a modified version of the NIH Specialist Lexicon.
* Realiser: Generates texts from a syntactic form. Grammatical coverage is very limited compared to tools such as KPML and FUF/SURGE, but we believe it is adequate for many NLG tasks.
* Microplanning: Currently just simple aggregation, hopefully will grow over time.
NLG  opensource 
september 2010 by pfctdayelise
Making Web Forms Simple as 1, 2, 3 | Uni–Form
Uni-Form is a framework that standardizes form markup and styles it with CSS giving you two most widely used layout options to choose from. Anyone can get nice looking, well structured, highly customizable, accessible and usable forms. To put it simply: it makes a developer's life a lot easier.
forms  web  python  opensource  webdesign 
august 2010 by pfctdayelise
Quickly in Launchpad
Quickly helps you create software programs (and other things) quickly. You can select from a set of application templates and use some simple quickly commands to create, edit code and GUI, and publish your software for others to use. Quickly's templates are easy to write. So if you are a fan of language foo, you can create a foo-project template. Or if you want to help people making plugins for your killer app, you can make a killer-app-plugin template. You can even create a template for managing corporate documents, creating your awesome LaTeX helpers. The sky is the limit!
python  opensource  linux  interesting  gui  softwaredev 
july 2010 by pfctdayelise
opentm2
Welcome to OpenTM2 - Open Source Project Enterprise Level Translation Workbench Tool

TM stands for TranslationManager/2. TM/2 originates from the IBM TranslationManager tool and has been made available to the open source community.

TranslationManager/2 is a computer-assisted translation system (CAT) that automates repetitive tasks, freeing the professional translator to attend to the finer points of translation that require the judgement of an expert. TranslationManager/2 helps accelerate turnaround time and save money in overall translation costs.
It does not only help you tackle the vast amount of translation needs efficiently, but also frees you from tedious routine work inherent to translation projects.
translationmemory  opensource  translation 
june 2010 by pfctdayelise
Writing great documentation
I’m writing a series of articles laying out the tools, tips, and techniques I’ve learned over the years I’ve spent helping to write Django’s docs.

This advice will mostly be targeted towards those documenting libraries or frameworks intended for use by other developers, but much of it probably applies to any for of technical documentation.
documentation  opensource  guide  django 
june 2010 by pfctdayelise
IdeaTorrent
IdeaTorrent is what can be defined as an "open innovation software": it lets people submit their ideas, brainstorm them, and vote on them. The most popular ideas and requests are then easily assessable.
That's a very interesting mean for a project to have an insight on the demands of his user base!
Used by Ubuntu. development seems a tad stalled?
opensource  web-based  feedback  collaboration 
june 2010 by pfctdayelise
Welcome to GLAMkit — GLAMkit v0.5.0 documentation
GLAMkit is a free, open source Web framework built on top of Django, specifically for the GLAM (Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museums) sector.

The framework is made up of loosely-coupled components, most of which can be used as standalone apps, or as part of a larger GLAMkit ecosystem. Our loosely-coupled design approach makes it easy to integrate GLAMkit functionality into existing Django sites.
glam  django  opensource  web-based 
may 2010 by pfctdayelise
Ambassadors - FedoraProject
looks like they have a pretty good set up, lots of information.
community  opensource  linux 
march 2010 by pfctdayelise
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