A list of articles, sites and other corners in internet that I want to keep track of.

πŸ”— Make your own simple, public, searchable Twitter archive

πŸ”— Fuzz testing, the best thing to happen to our application tests

πŸ”— An explained checklist for choosing font type in projects

πŸ”— A lightweight stack to create and host your own AI companion

πŸ”— Beepberry – a portable e-paper computer for hackers

πŸ”— Pane: Open-source, self-hosted project planning tool, an alternative to Atlassian's Jira

πŸ”— macOS internals - Understand your Mac and iPhone more deeply by tracing the evolution of Mac OS X from prelease to Swift.

πŸ”— A Python port of the rsync-time-backup script, offering Time Machine-style backups using rsync. It creates incremental backups of files and directories to the destination of your choice. The backups are structured in a way that makes it easy to recover any file at any point in time

πŸ”— A simple, minimalistic ActivityPub instance written in C

πŸ”— A GPT 3.5 powered tool for generating regex

πŸ”— Indrets i rutes STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) a Catalunya

πŸ”— AI-Powered Regular Expression Solver / Generator

πŸ”— An ai assistant in your CLI. But it knows what's on your system and can help you get things done.

πŸ”— An encyclopedia of flavors, a world atlas of traditional dishes, local ingredients, and authentic restaurants, with an interactive map

πŸ”— A free and open-source cross-platform library for the development of multimedia applications like video games using Python.

πŸ”— Step-by-step guide to learn the Python programming language in 30 days

πŸ”— Spawn a Nginx webserver with a bunch of static JSON files that behaves like a Mastodon instance

πŸ”— A command-line interface (CLI) productivity tool powered by OpenAI's Davinci model

πŸ”— List of Free Software network services and web applications which can be hosted on your own server(s)