For anyone interested in deleting their subscriptions on random #github repositories, without having to unsubscribe 25 at a time on the web ui, here's a handy little tool to help with it:

It's not perfect, but it's better than nothing.

any #remote / #WorkFromHome options yall know about that arent engineers or devs?

i am a smol unknowing ginger

data entry, management, leadership/coordination, research are all skills i have tho

Project spotlight: homekit_python
A python implementation to work as both HomeKit controller and accessory.

Available at:

GitHub link:


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Learning Python and Flask. Major milestone completed on my personal web project. So much more to do. Welcome any feedback.


Just so everybody is aware, there's been a bug in a recent version of Friendica (federated software compatible with Mastodon that exists in the Fediverse) that causes some replies to basically @ everyone in the thread. If you see this, please be courteous about it as the author of that post likely didn't intend to spam everybody.

I'm trying to set up a personal #Docker registry, because I have a couple of images I want to push there, but don't want to pollute the main docker hub.

I have a setup where I can use my registry fine, after authentication. That's great, but I'd like to allow pulls without auth. I wouldn't mind having some kind of admin UI on top.

Is there a reasonable, open source solution to help me do this?

I looked at Portus, Quay and Harbor, and they're all waaay too complicated.

Join me, Gary and Kim today, at 4pm UTC, for the Coffee Break. We'll be talking about the Chocolatey Community, why it's dear to our hearts, different aspects of it and how you can get involved.

Ansible - Roles 1/2

I am happy to announce a new #opensource #ansible #blog #article. I would love to get your feedback, suggestions and ideas about it.

Have you ever considered the work that goes into sending an email to The FSF tech team makes sure millions of emails get delivered each year, and has taken the time to explain the road your email travels in freedom.


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