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joedicastro/dotfiles 596

My .dotfiles

joedicastro/lftp-mirror 64

It's a python script that allow us to synchronize a directory on a remote server with a local directory via FTP in both directions.

joedicastro/python-recipes 50

A set of various classes, modules, templates... like a bunch of recipes or ingredients to cook bigger python apps.

joedicastro/img4web 48

This Script optimizes .jpg and .png images for the web. This follows the "Yahoo Best Practices for Speeding Up Your Web Site" about optimize images. http://developer.yahoo.com/performance/rules.html#opt_images

joedicastro/mutatio 14

A simple script to keep to date with OpenBSD updates and to download new snapshots.

joedicastro/code_eval 12

This is my attempt to solve some problems of this project, http://codeeval.com, using the python language. The target is to solve as many as I can, and keep the time consumed by each script below 10 seconds.

joedicastro/i8kfans 4

Adjust the fans speed in various Dell laptops (with a nvidia graphics card) to maintain the right temperatures. This affect both fans, the cpu and the gpu fan.

joedicastro/my-rawdog-planet 3

It is a customized rawdog to create a bilingual planet (Spanish & English) with news feeds in their respective languages. Both languages are updated at the same time.

joedicastro/joedicastro.com 2

My blog at http://joedicastro.com. To generate the site use the generator of static content blogs Pelican by Alexis Métaireau using markdown formatted text files.

joedicastro/Project-Euler 2

This is my attempt to solve some problems of this project, http://projecteuler.net, using the python language. The target is to solve as many as I can, and keep the time consumed by each script below 30 second at a minimum and preferably below 10s.