6 Github alternatives that are open source and self-hosted

last updated in Categories Open Source

Git is a version control system. Linus Torvalds created Git in 2005 for development of the Linux kernel. Git is mainly used for software source code management. However, it can be used to keep track of any set of files such as HTML or CSS or a tutorial written in the markup language. Git is a Distributed Version Control Systems. A dedicated Git server helps to manage access control, show contents of a Git repository via the web and manage multiple repositories. In a Git, clients do not just check out the latest snapshots of the files. They entirely mirror the repository including history.

Linux/Unix desktop fun: sl – a mirror version of ls

last updated in Categories Command Line Hacks

One of the most common mistakes is typing sl instead of ls command. I set up an alias, i.e., alias sl=ls; but then you may miss out the steam train with a whistle.

sl is a joke software or classic UNIX game. It is a steam locomotive runs across your screen if you type “sl” (Steam Locomotive) instead of “ls” by mistake. Now there is a twist to older sl command.
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How to generate RSS 2.0 feed quickly using Python

last updated in Categories Howto, Python

I wanted to generate RSS 2.0 feeds in Python. Nothing fancy but for certain tasks I needed it something that is quick and just works out of the box. I found rfeed – a library to generate RSS 2.0 feeds in Python. It is in my opinion straightforward to use.

When you delete a line of code that you thought was useless…

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Or when you run rm -rf / on Linux or Unix-like system ;)


Another gif showing the same issue:

Delete a block of code
Delete a block of code

Now, I am hitting u, u, u in vim to undo (ctrl-z in other IDE) like a maniac to get back that line or a code block. Lmao.