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buchnema / diceware6-openthesaurus.sh
Created Sep 19, 2016
Creating German diceware wordlist from Open Thesaurus for six-sided dice
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#!/bin/bash
: <<'COMMENT'
This script takes the dataset from the Open Thesaurus project and
transforms it to a wordlist comparable to the original diceware list.
I thought the original list contains too much lines which just don't
make any sense and/or are hard to memorize. So my goal was to
automatically generate a list containing only memorable words, which
can then be used to add your own special characters or variations.
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buchnema / diceware10-openthesaurus.sh
Created Sep 19, 2016
Creating German diceware wordlist from Open Thesaurus for ten-sided dice
View diceware10-openthesaurus.sh
#!/bin/bash
: <<'COMMENT'
This script takes the dataset from the Open Thesaurus project and
transforms it to a wordlist comparable to the original diceware list.
I thought the original list contains too much lines which just don't
make any sense and/or are hard to memorize. So my goal was to
automatically generate a list containing only memorable words, which
can then be used to add your own special characters or variations.
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buchnema / mp4_loudnorm.bat
Last active Oct 14, 2021
Loudness normalization for mp4 videos
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::===============================================================
:: This drag-n-drop script for windows uses ffmpeg's loudnorm
:: filter to correct the perceived loudness (not technical loudness)
:: of mp4 videos without video reencoding or changing metadata.
:: This will make the audio of your videos more even and you won't
:: have to adjust playback volume when watching.
::
:: loudness-part from https://superuser.com/a/1637581
::
::===============================================================
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buchnema / rednotebook2diarium.sh
Created Jan 13, 2022
Converting a RedNotebook backup file into a csv file which can be imported to Diarium
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#!/bin/bash
: <<'COMMENT'
This script converts a text backup from RedNotebook into a csv file which can then be imported in Diarium.
Steps to do this:
1. export a backup from Rednotebook as plain text without marks
2. execute this script with the text file as argument
3. import the output csv with the migration feature in Diarium as a Daylio backup file