Ledger is a powerful command-line plain-text double-entry bookkeeping system, with the capacity to import transactions from CSV files. In America, many banks provide APIs to access transaction feeds, which can be then directly imported into Ledger. However, in Australia, this is not the case.
In my experience, OsmAnd's voice navigation is the most polished of all open-source Android navigation apps. However, it has a frustrating habit of always announcing street names in conjunction with… »
cgit is a ‘hyperfast web frontend for git repositories’.
cgit's display of file contents (example) renders everything inside a
preblock, and therefore does not support wrapping of long lines. cgit handles line numbers by coding them separately to the actual content, so… »
Yesterday, GitLab, where git projects were formerly hosted, announced changes to their terms of service to incorporate mandatory1 telemetry – both on its GitLab.com SaaS website, and its proprietary self-managed products – causing significant consternation among many. This follows the acquisition of GitHub… »