The purpose of beets is to get your music collection right once and for all. It catalogs your collection, automatically improving its metadata as it goes using the MusicBrainz database. Then it provides a bouquet of tools for manipulating and accessing your music.
OpenResty is a full-fledged web platform that integrates the standard Nginx core, LuaJIT, many carefully written Lua libraries, lots of high quality 3rd-party Nginx modules, and most of their external dependencies. It is designed to help developers easily build scalable web applications, web services, and dynamic web gateways.
It's like a dictionary, but using analogies instead of definitions. Use it as a tool for finding and sharing helpful analogies to explain technology. Because if everyone understands technology better, we can make technology work better for everyone.
This is quite useful. Finally a proper Blockchain description in one sentence! #dictionary
In December of 2010, Yahoo announced it was ‘sunsetting’ Delicious, an adventure I wrote about at length. The site was sold to the YouTube founders in 2011. They subsequently sold it to Science, Inc. in 2014. Science sold it to Delicious Media in 2016, and last month Delicious Media sold it to me.
Do not attempt to compete with Pinboard.
Auch wenn das absolut nicht ins Versmass passt: "Nie mehr, nie mehr, Regionalliga Nordost"! #wirsingenblaugelbweisscarlzeiss
[...] we are fortunate to have a safe alternative for our mails: ProtonMail, which allows encryption end-to-end thereof. Also, you can use Ring.cx or Tox.chat to encrypt your conversations.
It's in this perspective that we launched the development of Muonium, to offer an alternative for storing securely your documents online. Our policy requires us to encrypt end-to-end files making you the only true owner thereof.
Now running @withknown 0.9.9 ('downgrade' from Git version). Kinda annoyed by the issue @ChrisAldrich reported. https:/
7500 mAh case for the @oneplus 3. Nice! https:/
Ein Pferd namens "Cloud Computing". Schon klar. http:/
Readings in Database Systems (commonly known as the "Red Book") has offered readers an opinionated take on both classic and cutting-edge research in the field of data management since 1988. Here, we present the Fifth Edition of the Red Book — the first in over ten years.