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|Short Description||Writing a journal with Vim and GNU Emacs.|
|Supported OSes||Any which have Vim or GNU Emacs.|
|Download Link||Vim script, GNU Emacs plugin.|
|Application Name||GDPR Blocking (PHP Edition)|
|Short Description||One of my usual social comments, this time concerning the GDPR and its consequences.|
|Supported OSes||Any, as long as we have PHP.|
|Download Link||The PHP snippet is available from the website.|
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|Application Name||The Decision Sieve|
|Short Description||A web service that will help you filter your bucket list.|
|Short Description||A library that can validate e-mail addresses according to RFC 6531 with a fallback to RFC 5321 ff.|
|Supported OSes||Any, I hope.|
|Download Link||None, actually. This is a library, it needs to be integrated with your own applications...|
|Version History||0.1.1 [2018-02-25]:|
- Introducing the BREAK_LOOP_FAIL macro. (Thank you, stsc.)
- Improved output of one of the validation messages.
- Initial version.
|Author||when in doubt, me|
|Short Description||A sane way to rename files/directories with a regular expression.|
|Supported OSes||Any, as long as we have a C++17 compiler.|
|Download Link||Attached in the "website" topic.|
Are you implying they're silly because "it's DVCS, they can just move elsewhere"?
In that case, please keep in mind that the repository hosting is the smallest part of what GitHub offers - it's all the stuff built on top and around that makes it worthwhile.
Same goes for the JVM world and the main maven repository, the node.js hipsters and npm, et cetera.
Is there any language/ecosystem that has a nice package repository without a single point of failure?
you have a few months to wait until its open.-mouser (June 13, 2018, 02:31 AM)