A simple, self-contained, command-line program able to convert markdown files into self-contained HTML pages, automatically embedding all the needed fonts, stylesheets and images.
…keep track of the time you spend with your Mac.
Timing automatically tracks which documents you are editing, which applications you use, and the domains of the websites you visit. Afterwards, just drag and drop activities into projects.
GroupServer is a mailing list manager: an email sent to one address is then sent on to many people.
GroupServer also has an integrated web interface, so you can use the web to post, read the archives, and administer your groups.
[A] bootstrapping library for osx & ubuntu (and maybe others!)
The goal of dots is to automate the process of getting your operating system from a stock build to a fully functional machine.
See also, the not dissimilar dots.
twilc is a CLI(command line) twitter client based on NCurses Library.
view tweets with mentions, search strings and urls highlighted
Miscellaneous tools for doing things with TinyLetter mailing lists.
Including a script that lets you subscribe to lists as RSS.
A relaxing mix of Vi and Acme.
Edit takes Vi’s modal, keyboard-driven approach to text editing and, borrowing from Acme, blurs the boundaries between text editor and shell.
I realise the above might not make a great deal of sense if you’ve never used Vi nor Acme—the demo video on Edit’s homepage should clear up any confusion!
Kitchenplan is a small tool to fully automate the installation and configuration of an OSX workstation (or server for that matter) using Chef.
The libsqlfs library implements a POSIX style file system on top of an SQLite database. It allows applications to have access to a full read/write file system in a single file, complete with its own file hierarchy and name space.
Libsqlfs can be used as a shared library, or it can be built as a FUSE (Linux File System in User Space) module to allow a libsqlfs database to be accessed via OS level file system interfaces by normal applications.