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Latest news

Email Updates: v0.2.5 released
Added by Deoren Moor about 1 year ago

Email Updates: v0.2 released.
Ready for testing and use, but much more polish needed.
Added by Deoren Moor about 1 year ago

Unofficial FGW Library (aka "Playpen"): (Unofficial) FGW Library source code repository
Added by Deoren Moor over 3 years ago

Deal Mailer: New project launch!
Added by Deoren Moor about 4 years ago

Synclosure: Synclosure 0.3 (stable) has been released!
Build script and installer improvements.
Added by Deoren Moor almost 5 years ago

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Latest projects

  • Email Scripts (07/19/2013 12:03 PM)

    Various scripts used to process/search mail server logs.

    Subversion repo: http://projects.whyaskwhy.org/svn/email_scripts/

  • Email Updates (09/20/2012 06:39 PM)

    A Bash script that uses distro-specific, OS provided update tools to calculate available updates and email them to an email address for additional processing. A SQLite database is used to keep track of what updates have been reported so you don't receive duplicate reports about the patch being available....

  • Unofficial FGW Library (aka "Playpen") (07/29/2012 08:51 PM)

    This is an unofficial collection of the source files for Francis Glassborow's FGW Library, aka "Playpen". This library is used for both of his C++ titles and is no longer available from the author's website. See the book's page on the publisher's site for the last official version....

  • Deal Mailer (11/13/2011 10:43 AM)

    A Python script that parses various sites to build email announcements of the deals found.

  • Synclosure (11/27/2010 05:42 PM)

    From the original homepage:

    Synclosure is a RSS aggregator to flexibly download files in enclosures. It supports filter keywords, custom actions and a caching mechanism.