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AlessandroZ/LaZagne: Credentials recovery project

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/04/15

Just when I thought I made a note of a password I hardly ever use, I didn’t, luckily this open source tools understands how to recover many kinds of passwords: AlessandroZ/LaZagne: Credentials recovery project.

–jeroen

Posted in *nix, *nix-tools, Chrome, Development, DVCS - Distributed Version Control, Firefox, git, Internet Explorer, Office, Opera, Outlook, Power User, Python, Scripting, Skype, Software Development, Source Code Management, Web Browsers, WiFi, Windows | Leave a Comment »

Python Data Science Handbook | Python Data Science Handbook

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/03/21

Cool stuff: [WayBackPython Data Science Handbook | Python Data Science Handbook.

Based on that I learned a lot of things on book publishing:

Via: [WayBack] You can read the Python Data Science Handbook by @jakevdp for free on his website  – ThisIsWhyICode – Google+

–jeroen

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GitHub – ArchiveTeam/googleplus-grab: Archiving Google+.

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/03/18

Soon this is a thing of the past, but for just a few more days, you can help: Archiving Google+.

Either run this project: [WayBack] GitHub – ArchiveTeam/googleplus-grab: Archiving Google+.

Or even better: run the appliance, and help the WayBack machine with any archiving projects setup by the virtual appliance: the [WayBack] ArchiveTeam Warrior – Archiveteam.

See some of their other pages for more background information:

You can donate both to the archive team, and the internet archive:

How is G+ archiving doing?

The tracker is well under way: [WayBack] Googleplus tracker Dashboard. History: archive.is 1; archive.is 2

Viewing is simple, but what about saving?

[WayBack] If You See Something, Save Something – 6 Ways to Save Pages In the Wayback Machine | Internet Archive Blogs

The WayBack machine has a few APIs (see[WayBack] Wayback Machine APIs | Internet Archive), and includes support for [WayBack] JSONP – Wikipedia.

Example URLs for the most simple API:

 

Removing content

If you want to remove your own content from the WayBack machine, you can: [WayBack] How do I remove an item page from the site? – Internet Archive Help Center

More

[WayBack] Saving of public Google+ content at the Internet Archive’s Wayback Machine by the Archive Team has begun : plexodus

–jeroen

via: [WayBack] The archiving of public Google+ content to the Internet Archive by the Archive Team has has begun. What does this mean, how does this affect you, and w… – Jeroen Wiert Pluimers – Google+

Posted in Development, G+: GooglePlus, Google, InternetArchive, Power User, Python, Scripting, SocialMedia, Software Development, WayBack machine | Leave a Comment »

gdbgui – browser based debugger for C, C++, go, rust, Fortran. Modern gdb frontend.

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/03/05

[WayBack] gdbgui – browser based debugger for C, C++, go, rust, Fortran. Modern gdb frontend.: gdbgui (gnu debugger graphical user interface)

Via: [WayBack] Browser-based debugger for C, C++, go, rust, and more – written in Python with Flask. https://github.com/cs01/gdbgui Easy installation via PyPI: pip i… – Joe C. Hecht – Google+

–jeroen

Posted in C, C++, Debugging, Development, Fortran, GDB, Go (golang), Python, Scripting, Software Development | Leave a Comment »

Python 2.7 Countdown: a year from now it is unsupported

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/01/01

Besides wishing you a happy new year, also a reminder: [WayBack] Python 2.7 Countdown Python 2.7 will retire on januari 1, 2020. Learn more and see the countdown here.

This is indeed a breaking change for Python users, similar as from Perl 4 to Perl 5, and PHP 4 to PHP 5.

It shows two things:

  • how extremely hard it is to evolve a language without breaking things
  • how long it takes for the community at large to digest breaking changes

And indeed porting of complex systems is hard [WayBack] WIP: Port calibre to python 3 by flaviut · Pull Request #870 · kovidgoyal/calibre · GitHub but doable [WayBack] Bug #1714107 “Python 2 is retiring” : Bugs : calibre.

Via: [WayBack1/WayBack2] Python 3 improves in some ways over Python 2, but also makes a bunch of changes that are breaking, but cosmetic (i.e. renaming methods and functions, or… – Kristian Köhntopp – Google+ (with some interesting comments, but also a rant-sequence of someone who would better use that energy to improve Python than to bash it).

–jeroen

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