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TEN THINGS GITHUB TRENDING


Awesome Shell

1. alebcay/awesome-shell

"A curated list of awesome command-line frameworks, toolkits, guides and gizmos. Inspired by awesome-php.


AnsiWeather

2. fcambus/ansiweather

"AnsiWeather is a Shell script for displaying the current weather conditions in your terminal, with support for ANSI colors and Unicode symbols.

AnsiWeather

Weather data comes from the OpenWeatherMap free weather API."

Cool.


Material Design for Bootstrap

3. FezVrasta/bootstrap-material-design

"This Bootstrap theme is an easy way to use the new Material Design guidelines by Google in your Bootstrap 3 based application. Just include the theme right after the Bootstrap CSS and include the javascript at the end of your document, everything will be converted to Material Design (paper) style.

This theme is in early development and is not ready for production.

Check out the demo at this link (could be not even with the master branch)."


Alternative (+ granular) approach to a DNS library

4. miekg/dns

"Less is more.

Complete and usable DNS library. All widely used Resource Records are supported, including the DNSSEC types. It follows a lean and mean philosophy. If there is stuff you should know as a DNS programmer there isn’t a convenience function for it. Server side and client side programming is supported, i.e. you can build servers and resolvers with it.

If you like this, you may also be interested in:


Reddit

5. reddit/reddit

"Greetings!

This is the primary codebase that powers reddit.com.

For notices about major changes and general discussion of reddit development, subscribe to the /r/redditdev and /r/changelog subreddits.

You can also chat with us via IRC in #reddit-dev on FreeNode."


Cool-retro-term

6. Swordfish90/cool-retro-term

"cool-retro-term is a terminal emulator which mimics the look and feel of the old cathode tube screens. It has been designed to be eye-candy, customizable, and reasonably lightweight.

It uses the Konsole engine which is powerful and mature.

This terminal emulator requires Qt 5.2 or higher to run."

Cool retro term

Not to date myself, but the first electronic calculator I ever used had a neon-tube display. This also comes in green and blue phosphor-tint.


Taiga Backend

7. taigaio/taiga-back

"Just execute these commands in your virtualenv(wrapper):

  • pip install -r requirements.txt
  • python manage.py migrate –noinput
  • python manage.py loaddata initial_user
  • python manage.py loaddata initial_project_templates
  • python manage.py loaddata initial_role
  • python manage.py sample_data

Taiga only runs with python 3.3+.

Initial auth data: admin/123123

If you want a complete environment for production usage, you can try the taiga bootstrapping scripts https://github.com/taigaio/taiga-script (warning: alpha state)"


Vispy: interactive scientific visualization in Python

8. vispy/vispy

"Vispy is a high-performance interactive 2D/3D data visualization library. Vispy leverages the computational power of modern Graphics Processing Units (GPUs) through the OpenGL library to display very large datasets. Applications of Vispy include:

  • High-quality interactive scientific plots with millions of points.
  • Direct visualization of real-time data.
  • Fast interactive visualization of 3D models (meshes, volume rendering).
  • OpenGL visualization demos.
  • Scientific GUIs with fast, scalable visualization widgets (Qt or IPython notebook with WebGL)."

Duckling

9. wit-ai/duckling

"Duckling is a Clojure library that parses text into structured data:

You can try it out at http://duckling-lib.org

Duckling is shipped with modules that parse temporal expressions in English, Spanish, French, Italian and Chinese (experimental, thanks to Zhe Wang). It recognizes dates and times described in many ways:

  • today at 5pm
  • 2014–10–01
  • the last Tuesday of October 2012
  • twenty five minutes ago
  • the day before labor day 2020
  • June 10–11 (interval)
  • third monday after christmas 1980

You can have a quick look at the training corpus used for English here."


Gifshot

10. yahoo/gifshot

“JavaScript library that can create animated GIFs from media streams, videos, or images”

[ Goofy video of Yahoo developers gifting off. ]