Gitea is a painless self-hosted Git service. It is similar to GitHub, Bitbucket, and GitLab. Gitea is a fork of Gogs. See the Gitea Announcement blog post to read about the justification for a fork. Purpose The goal of this project is to provide the easiest, fastest, and most painless way of setting up a self-hosted Git service. With Go, this can be done with an independent binary distribution across all platforms and architectures that Go supports. This support includes Linux, macOS, and Windo
pgweb is a web-frontend in Go to browse PostgreSQL 9.x databases. It easily connects to a running local or remote server, shows tables and rows, can detail the table and column type attributes, run SQL queries, and export results to CSV. It's cross-platform and easily started from the console and then be accessed per browser.
Simple styled logger in Go with no dependencies.
Micro is a terminal-based text editor that aims to be easy to use and intuitive, while also taking advantage of the full capabilities of modern terminals. It comes as one single, batteries-included, static binary with no dependencies, and you can download and use it right now. As the name indicates, micro aims to be somewhat of a successor to the nano editor by being easy to install and use in a pinch, but micro also aims to be enjoyable to use full time, whether you work in the terminal becaus
sievemgr is a command-line client for managing Sieve scripts on remote servers via the ManageSieve Protocol (RFC 5804). Given valid credentials, sievemgr can be invoked non-interactively in order to retrieve a list of all scripts, retrieve the scripts themselves, publish scripts on the a server, or delete them. Furthermore, it can be used to change the active script and to display information about the server.
The mnm project is building a legitimate email replacement: a client, a server, and a simple protocol (TMTP) between them. mnm has two major goals: (a) to provide a far safer correspondence model, and (b) to offer capabilities missing in traditional email.
The mnm project is building a legitimate email replacement: a client, a server, and a simple protocol between them. mnm has two major goals: (a) to provide a far safer correspondence model, and (b) to offer capabilities missing in traditional email.
mkcert is a simple tool for making locally-trusted development certificates. It requires no configuration. It auto installs them for Apache, the system certificate and Firefox store to ease testing on https://localhost setups. Additonally supports MacOS and Windows environments.
etcd is a distributed key-value store, used as shared cluster configuration backend. It automatically elects a master server, allows dynamic config data with optional TTLs, provides a JSON API over HTTP with TLS and long polling, uses the Raft protocol for distribution. It's the basis for CoreOS, integrates with fleet/systemd, and thus also provides service discovery.
Sets or replaces the "go_package" option in all protobuf files of a directory, according to a user-specified template. Helps with keeping Go bindings for gRPC services consistent with Go's module semantics.
BitWrk is a peer-to-peer computation service that tightly integrates into Blender, the 3D rendering software. BitWrk greatly accelerates rendering by scaling to a swarm of computers. Fueled by Bitcoin, BitWrk creates an open marketplace where participants buy or sell computing power like stocks in a stock exchange.
Simple process manager written in Go-lang
FVL, or Fourier Video Loop, is a command-line utility to seamlessly loop frame sequence (enumerated .png images) by cutting spectrum of per-pixel transformation over time. More precisely, the time series of each pixel channel, considered as a signal, is approximated by the partial sum of its Fourier series. Using Fast Fourier Transform to switch between the signal and its spectrum, we nullify or reduce some frequencies to decrease the leap of the signal at the ends of the time interval.
Package csvplus extends the standard Go encoding/csv package with fluent interface, lazy stream operations, indices and joins.
Quesfera is a cross-platform framework/engine to make point & click adventures, or quests, with 3D panoramic freelook (similar to Myst III Exile or Scratches). Written in Go and uses SDL2. Demo 'game' and GUI configurator are provided. Includes inventory management, item usage, reading descriptions and books, dialogues with branches, menu, saving & loading, intro, credits, has built-in localization support for texts and voices.
roadie is a easy way to run your programs on Google Cloud Platform. It helps you to upload your source codes to the cloud, create and delete instances, and manage outputs.
Naamari is AES&SHA-based crypto-synchronizer for cloud/remote file storage, with cryptographic and transport modules being separate applications. It works with 4 locations. 1st: local dir with original files. 2nd: dir containing folder structure and names of files placed into storage (but not content). 3rd & 4th - storages: local (another local dir) and remote (say, a cloud). In storages, there are no folders, files have pseudo-random names and encrypted content ("flattening"). The main module
This software provides both a GO library implementing a Secret Sharing scheme and a command line tool which distributes and reconstructs your secret files.
top-like cli interface for container monitoring
go-ocr is a tool for extracting plain text from scanned documents in pdf or djvu formats, and postprocessing of the text using user-defined rewriting rules to remove OCR artefacts and irregularities.
OCRPDF is a tool for extracting plain text from scanned documents and postprocessing of the text using user-defined rewriting rules to remove OCR artefacts and irregularities.
Pukcab is a lightweight, single-binary backup system that stores de-duplicated, compressed and incremental backups on a remote server using just an SSH connection.
GoLang is an expressive and statically-typed language with a C-style syntax optimized for conciseness. Garbage collection and code concurrency are core features. It provides strong type safety, but retains a few dynamic capabilities, declaration inference, and built-ins for variable-length arrays and dictionaries. By omitting complex inheritance schemes, operator overleading and generic programming it allows for fast compilation, and defaults to statically linked binaries (utilizing its custom p