1. sdegutis/hydra

“Hydra is a lightweight window manager with a powerful API and an extremely small footprint.”

Bootstrap 386

2. kristopolous/BOOTSTRA.386

“BOOTSTRA.386 – a Twitter bootstrap theme to make webpages look like they are from the 1980s.”

Get out your batik dyes, we’re going back to the ’80s.

3. dropbox/godropbox

“Common libraries for writing Go services/applications.”

From Wikipedia: Go, also called golang, is a programming language initially developed at Google[6] in 2007 by Robert Griesemer, Rob Pike, and Ken Thompson.[2] It is a statically-typed language with syntax loosely derived from that of C, adding garbage collection, type safety, some dynamic-typing capabilities, additional built-in types such as variable-length arrays and key-value maps, and a large standard library.

4. kahun/awesome-sysadmin

“A curated list of amazingly awesome open source sysadmin resources inspired by Awesome PHP”

For all the lonely sysadmins out there.

5. vinta/awesome-python

“A curated list of awesome Python frameworks, libraries and software. Inspired by awesome-php.”

There seems to be a trend to awesomeness.

Simpl info

6. samdutton/simpl

"simpl.info is a website for simplest-possible code examples, nothing more.

I also maintain a list of resources for information about HTML, CSS and JavaScript."

7. runtimejs/runtime

Runtime js

"Runtime.JS is a kernel built on V8 JavaScript engine. It uses event-driven and non-blocking I/O model inspired by Node.js.

The goal of this project is to design and implement a kernel that is optimized to run JavaScript applications. By providing environment for JavaScript code only, it is possible to rethink kernel design to improve security, reliability and performance of the system."

8. ajensenwaud/gwitter

"Gwitter is a Twitter client for the UNIX command line. Gwitter is written in Go.

Current dependencies:

Go oauth library written by mrjones (https://github.com/mrjones/oauth)
Gcfg Go ini config file library (https://code.google.com/p/gcfg/)
Nothing else.
This project is currently a toy, but will be expanded over time into a fully functioning client."

9. nnnick/Chart.js

Chart js

"Simple HTML5 Charts using the canvas element chartjs.org


You can find documentation at chartjs.org/docs. The markdown files that build the site are available under /docs. Please note – in some of the json examples of configuration you might notice some liquid tags – this is just for the generating the site html, please disregard."

Support for Jurassic web browsers – above and beyond the call of duty.

10. micahflee/onionshare

"OnionShare lets you securely and anonymously share a file of any size with someone. It works by starting a web server, making it accessible as a Tor hidden service, and generating an unguessable URL to access and download the file. It doesn’t require setting up a server on the internet somewhere or using a third party filesharing service. You host the file on your own computer and use a Tor hidden service to make it temporarily accessible over the internet. The other user just needs to use Tor Browser to download the file from you.


OnionShare 0.3 is under active development and will be released soon. Features include:

  • A user-friendly GUI interface that works in Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux
  • Automatically copies the unguessable URL to your clipboard
  • Displays log of all requests, so you can see when someone is accessing your OnionShare service, or if someone is trying to guess your secret URL
  • Shows you the progress of the file transfer
  • When file is done transferring, automatically closes OnionShare to reduce the attack surface"

This one looks like a keeper.