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wwwoffledprogram is a simple proxy server with special features for use with intermittent internet links. This means that it is possible to browse web pages and read them without having to remain connected.
God is an easy to configure, easy to extend monitoring framework written in Ruby.
Keeping your server processes and tasks running should be a simple part of your deployment process. God aims to be the simplest, most powerful monitoring application available.
DPLOY is an FTP/SFTP deployment tool built in node.js
[It] uploads the latest changes by comparing the version on your server with your git repository.
PIGS (Pi Grooveshark) is both a server-side and client-side application that leverages the Grooveshark RubyGem to create a convenient way to play music on-demand. You can run PIGS on any Unix-like host; I created this project to run on a Raspberry Pi.
GitBucket is the easily installable Github clone written with Scala.
The current version of GitBucket provides a basic features below:
- Public / Private Git repository (http access only)
- Repository viewer (some advanced features such as online file editing are not implemented)
- Repository search (Code and Issues)
- Fork / Pull request
- Mail notification
- Activity timeline
- User management (for Administrators)
- Group (like Organization in Github)
- LDAP integration
- Gravatar support
Via The Changelog Weekly.
lmctfy (pronounced lem-kut-fee) is the open source version of Google’s container stack, which provides Linux application containers. These containers allow for the isolation of resources used by multiple applications running on a single machine. This gives the applications the impression of running exclusively on a machine.
The static web server with built-in preprocessing.
You can also use Harp as a static site generator.
Gor is a simple http traffic replication tool written in Go. Its main goal is to replay traffic from production servers to staging and dev environments.
Mopidy is a music server which can play music both from multiple sources, like your local hard drive, radio streams, and from Spotify and SoundCloud.
Searches combines results from all music sources, and you can mix tracks from all sources in your play queue. Your playlists from Spotify or SoundCloud are also available for use.
To control your Mopidy music server, you can use one of Mopidy’s web clients, the Ubuntu Sound Menu, any device on the same network which can control UPnP MediaRenderers, or any MPD client.
A set of Ansible playbooks to build and maintain your own private cloud: email, calendar, contacts, file sync, IRC bouncer, VPN, and more.
Doozer is a highly-available, completely consistent store for small amounts of extremely important data. When the data changes, it can notify connected clients immediately (no polling), making it ideal for infrequently-updated data for which clients want real-time updates. Doozer is good for name service, database master elections, and configuration data shared between several machines.
Super-simple monitoring program.
mon spawned from the needlessly complex frustration that tools like monit provide, with their awkward DSLs and setup. mon is written in C, uses less than 400kb of memory, and is incredibly simple to set up.
- mongroup, for monitoring groups of processes with mon.