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Welcome to the first edition of The GitHub Reflog. This is a new weekly installment chronicling awesome GitHub repos, brought to you by Kenneth Reitz, one of the classy gentlemen behind The Changelog and a ton of open source projects.
This is one of the coolest projects I’ve seen in a long time.
Simply put, Blueprint reverse engineers servers. It scans your system, records installed packages from various managers (aptitude, ruby’s gem, python’s pip, etc), archives software built from source, and records configuration file changes. It then packages your entire server configuration into a
bootstrap.sh file with an attached archive. You can take that bootstrap package and run it anywhere to replicate your server setup.
Of course, QA is required for the resulting recipes, but it’s a definitely a great first step for streamlining your existing systems.
I CAN HAS MEME? Meme is an awesome Ruby gem for generating memegenerator.net images from the command line. It features SPARTA, PHILOSORAPTOR, KEANU, TROLLFACE, and many more. The resulting pull requests are definitely worth looking at.
$ meme US_POINT 'I want you' 'to merge this'
This project simplifies the virtualenv/wrapper setup in your Python development environment. Sprinters at last week’s PyCon 2011 had to spend a large amount of time setting up their environments before they could contribute. This project aims to remove that overhead.
Twitter’s internal common libraries for the JVM. Readme and build instructions haven’t been written yet, but this looks like an extensive library suite. Everything from a memcached interface to an argument parser is included. Check out the documentation to learn more.
This “Small, fast, modular HTTP server” is implemented 100% in Erlang. It’s an ambitious project that’s still in the early development stage. Contributors are welcome!
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