Disk Jockey, a disk image file maker for your retro stuff
Disk Jockey is an application for macOS and Windows that lets you create disk images that work in devices like BlueSCSI, Floppy Emu and PiSCSI / RaSCSI, as well as in emulators like Basilisk II and Mini vMac.
An IMAP/POP/SMTP proxy that transparently adds OAuth 2.0 authentication for email clients that don't support this method. - GitHub - simonrob/email-oauth2-proxy: An IMAP/POP/SMTP proxy that transparently adds OAuth 2.0 authentication for email clients that don't support this method.
D2 is a domain-specific language (DSL) that stands for Declarative Diagramming.
D2's long-term goal is to significantly reduce the amount of time and effort it takes to create and maintain high-quality diagrams for every software team.
Having to know everything at once makes it hard to teach Rust as well. It seems like no matter where we start, we are always touching on concepts that we haven't covered yet. This is quite the opposite of Perl, where it's fairly easy to learn as we go. But perhaps making this one assumption--- that we all know Perl--- will help us navigate the complexities of Rust. I don't know if this is going to work, but I thought I'd try it.
Command-line interactive multitool for tabular data.
VisiData is an interactive multitool for tabular data. It combines the clarity of a spreadsheet, the efficiency of the terminal, and the power of Python, into a lightweight utility which can handle millions of rows with ease.
This program receives flows (currently Netflow/IPFIX and sFlow), hydrates them with interface names (using SNMP), geo information (using MaxMind), and exports them to Kafka, then ClickHouse. It also exposes a web interface to browse the collected data.
Afterwards, we came to refer to certain types of accomplishments as “black triangles.” These are important accomplishments that take a lot of effort to achieve, but upon completion you don’t have much to show for it – only that more work can now proceed. It takes someone who really knows the guts of what you are doing to appreciate a black triangle.
wtfis is a commandline tool that gathers information about a domain or FQDN using various OSINT services. Unlike other tools of its kind, it's built specifically for human consumption, providing results that are pretty (YMMV) and easy to read and understand.
This tool assumes that you are using free tier / community level accounts, and so makes as few API calls as possible to minimize hitting quotas and rate limits.
The project name is a play on "whois".
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