The Gitlab.com database incident of 2017/01/31 and the resulting data loss reminded everyone (at least for the next days) how it’s easy to lose data, even when you think all your systems are safe. Being really interested by the process of backing up data, I read with interest the report (kudos to the Gitlab company …
My Monthly report for December 2016 gives an extended list of what were my Free Software related activities during this month. Personal projects: I released the version 0.8 of the Feed2tweet project, allowing to get RSS feed entries and sending them to the social network Twitter (check out my Twitter account!) I released the version …
Feed2tweet 0.8, a self-hosted Python app to automatically post RSS feeds to the Twitter social network, was released this December, 14th.
My Monthly report for Novembre 2016 gives an extended list of what were my Free Software related activities during this month.
Retweet 0.10, a self-hosted Python app to automatically retweet and like tweets from another user-defined Twitter account, was released this November, 17th.
Do you know the Monero crytocurrency? It’s a cryptocurrency, like Bitcoin, focused on the security, the privacy and the untracabily. That’s a great project launched in 2014, today called XMR on all cryptocurrency exchange platforms (like Kraken or Poloniex). So what’s new? In order to work with a Monero wallet from some Python applications, I …
Retweet 0.9, a self-hosted Python app to automatically retweet and like tweets from another user-defined Twitter account, was released this September, 2nd.
Trying to catch up with my blog posts about My Free Activities. This blog post will tell you about my free activities from January to May 2016.
You have a database (MySQL, PostgreSQL, see supported database types), a tweet pattern and wants to automatically tweet on a regular basis? No need for RSS, fancy tricks, 3rd party website to translate RSS to Twitter or whatever. Just use db2twitter.
Feed2tweet is a self-hosted Python app to send you RSS feed to Twitter.