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GitHub - ThomasMBury/ewstools: Python package for early warning signals (EWS) of bifurcations in time series data.
A useful early warning signal computing library which can detect, calculate and notify you of bifurcations in time series.
GitHub - LibreSprite/LibreSprite: Animated sprite editor & pixel art tool -- Fork of the last GPLv2 commit of Aseprite
The forked (in 2016) version of Asesprite, kept with a copyleft license and updated continually.
Does not reach feature parity with the mother program as far as I know, but should be way enough for some simple/intermediate pixel art.
Jupyter notebooks in the terminal. Run complete notebooks from your commandline for exploratory data analysis, before you use something like quarto for more permanent rendering. Seems very neat.
An oprn source stronghold 1 -like made with LÖVE
GitHub - rustdesk/rustdesk: Open source virtual / remote desktop infrastructure for everyone! The open source TeamViewer alternative. Display and control your PC and Android devices from anywhere at anytime.
Remote desktop software that is open source. Really nice alternative to teamviewer, splashtop, remmina and other RDP implementations.
A vim-inspired browser, just like vimb, pentadactyl, qutebrowser and the others. This one is build on electron in JS, so runs chromium under the hood.
It seems a little less 'bendable' than qutebrowser (with its python configuration and userscript scripting possibilities) but has some nice ideas with its modes especially: Entering the 'url' line you go into explore mode so you can have all kinds of settings and bindings apply in this mode only (as opposed to it being the same as command mode in qutebrowser for example); and especially the 'pointer' mode which mimics you using a mouse in a grid for those web pages which just absolutely refuse to work with key-binds since they feel too modern for such trivialities.
A guide to a full-featured modern desktop FreeBSD installation.
An impressive writeup going over building out a functional desktop under BSD. Might be a bit long in the tooth today (last updated around 2017) and relying on X11, but otherwise very informative.
Write your notes using handwriting but be able to still use the basic features provided by a word processor: insert text (with automatic paragraph reflowing), delete text or lines, move text, undo and redo, insert links, bookmarks and a table of contents.
Seems really inventive and quite nicely designed as a proof-of-concept. I am not sure how well it would work for larger projects or over longer spans of time but definitely interesting!
GitHub - usememos/memos: An open-source, self-hosted memo hub with knowledge management and socialization
A self-hosted version somewhat akin to something like nomie or jrnl. Supports markdown and can be interacted with through API - so could easily also be integrated with for example jrnl to auto-upload or download new entries.
GitHub - wez/wezterm: A GPU-accelerated cross-platform terminal emulator and multiplexer written by @wez and implemented in Rust
Another fast terminal, written in rust. A lot reminds me of alacritty (though this comes with more extensive features like tabs and multiplexing on its own).
I guess, it reminds me of a terminal looking like alacritty with a feature-set more akin to kitty (which sounds like a good thing!)
Lastly, the terminal implements both sixel and kitty image protocol support so that's nice. Should try it one of these days!
A really interesting open-source (and open data friendly as far as I can see) tool for writing, publishing, sharing, exporting, and interacting on (think peer review) articles and scientific writings. Can probably also be used for other writings but that's the primary intent.
Seems really interesting, as in should delve deeper with this one. Built on W3C standards uses OpenID and other interesting tidbits.
Documentation of Bike Sharing APIs 🚴🛴🛵
Notes and documentation for sharing bikes, scooters and mopeds
Penpot - The Open-Source design & prototyping platform - GitHub - penpot/penpot: Penpot - The Open-Source design & prototyping platform
An out-of-the-box solution to self-hosting a wide variety of services without much setup.
Can be used to implement IRC, Matrix, XMPP and E-Mail hosting for a circle of friends (also takes care of simple account management afaik); some web office software (collaborative editing, wiki, website hosting) file sharing (I2p, torrent, bepasty, plain file sharing) and privacy uses (metasearch engines, proxying, i2p).
Everything seems to be documented pretty nicely on the debian wiki. Probably less flexible than docker container setup but not bad.
Steampipe is an open source tool to instantly query your cloud services (e.g. AWS, Azure, GCP and more) with SQL. No DB required.
Has a commandline interface and everything, seems very nice indeed.
Open-source collaborative spreadsheet editing application - seems fairly mature
Nyxt - the hacker's power-browser. Contribute to atlas-engineer/nyxt development by creating an account on GitHub.
A giant list of older games re-implemented or made to work natively on Linux with Luxtorpeda (a steam compatibility tool, nicely selectable from within Steam itself).
Compatibility layer here: https://github.com/luxtorpeda-dev/luxtorpeda