Online learning > https://github.com/learningequality/ka-lite/
An offline version of
A free lightweight solution providing high-quality education where you need it most.
Though this software is unofficial, it is known of and approved by the official website.
disliked - because it has no concept of building a larger topic of things to work on, and showing an easy path to progress through them. Needing to pick through a large number of topics, sub-topics and quizzes and then manually and repeatedly going back into that list is inexcusably frustrating.
Continue Reading http://sysphere.org/~anrxc/local/sources/pvol.py
A simple python-only volume control and OSD.
Nothing fancy, and nothing difficult. There's no configuration, which is both a good and a bad thing.. but I can live with the developer's defaults. No extra dependencies to speak of. Just Python.
Continue Reading Software > BitTorrent >
A BitTorrent client.
From 2010 or so.
One of it's chief benefits is the ability to throttle its bandwidth. It's a rare and powerful ability, and is something that's normally only available at the firewall/router level. I hope there have been a number of other clients out there which have this functionality now, cause I just can't use Deluge.
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A GUI toolkit for
I really noticed this after working with the
Deluge BitTorrent client.
Continue Reading Software > cplay-ng (Python 3)
andreasvc/cplay (Python 2.6+)
A commandline music player.
One of the best out there. It's extremely obvious to use.
Continue Reading Software > http://www.nongnu.org/rdiff-backup/
rsync with diff storage, so one can retrieve a backup from any point in time.
My initial impression was "Works wonderfully well.. very easy to use, very nice. Would be nice to have a GUI tool for recovery purposes though, but oh well." .. but my 2009-04-01 glance was a flop.
Continue Reading Software > http://ipcheck.sourceforge.net/
A python script which is used to update dynamic DNS services.