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View 18f-eng-midyear-2019-culture-climate-survey-questions
"I feel like I belong on this team."
"On this team, I can voice a contrary opinion without fear of negative consequences."
"On this team, perspectives like mine are included in decision making."
"On this team, administrative or clerical tasks that don’t have a specific owner are fairly divided."
"People on this team accept others who are different."
"It is easy to ask other members of this team for help."
"On this team, messengers are not punished when they deliver news of failures or other bad news."
"On this team, responsibilities are shared."
"On this team, cross-functional collaboration is encouraged and rewarded."
"On this team, failure causes inquiry."
View stitch_block.py
"""
Take 2 - trying to minimize jump stitches
Stitch a row \ / \ /, then back
"""
import itertools
import pyembroidery as em
from collections import namedtuple
import click
View stitch.py
import pyembroidery as em
pattern = em.EmbPattern()
# units are in 1/10mm
# max size in DST is 12mm so if we go bigger need to fuck with max_stitch
SIZE = 32
# start with a stitch at the origin to get the needle down (see the docs)
pattern.stitch_abs(0, 0)
View models.py
# https://stackoverflow.com/questions/53139643/django-postgres-array-field-count-number-of-overlaps
# !!! DOESN'T WORK but might with some more poking?
class Article(models.Model):
keywords = ArrayField(models.CharField(max_length=100))
def __str__(self):
return f"<Article {self.id} keywords={self.keywords}>"
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jacobian / security hardness 2.md
Last active Dec 3, 2016
Security Hardness - another idea
View security hardness 2.md

This is a draft "security hardness scale", desgigned to somewhat roughly quantify the level of effort of a penetration test -- since simply measuing "how many vulns did you find" is a terrible measurement of success. The goal is the measure the "hardness" of the system under test in a way that's a bit quantitative.

The result is a score from 1-10. The scale is inspired by to the Mohs Hardness Scale in that it's simply an ordinal scale, not an absolute one. That is, the "gap" between 3 and 4 doesn't have to be the same "difficulty increase" as the gap between 5 and 6. It's simply a way of rating that one pentest was "harder" than another. (This is in lieu of being able measuing "hardness" in any truely quantitative way).

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jacobian / security hardness.md
Created Dec 2, 2016
Security Hardness Scale
View security hardness.md

This is a draft "security hardness scale", desgigned to somewhat roughly quantify the level of effort of a penetration test -- since simply measuing "how many vulns did you find" is a terrible measurement of success

The scale is similar to the Mohs Hardness Scale in that it's simply an ordinal scale, not an absolute one. That is, the "gap" between 3 and 4 doesn't have to be the same "difficulty increase" as the gap between 5 and 6. It's simply a way of rating that one pentest was "harder" than another. (This is in lieu of being able measuing "hardness" in any truely quantitative way).

View ir.md
  1. Initiate
    • Where should a (potential) incident be reported?
    • How will incidents be tracked?
    • What are the roles and responsibilities during an incident?
  2. Communicate
    • Where will comms happen? Who will be involved?
    • Who will send situation updates? To whom? How often?
  3. Assess
    • Where do we collect information? Who follows up?
    • How do we determine severity?
View lanyrd.py
import time
import requests
class Lanyrd(requests.Session):
def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs):
super(Lanyrd, self).__init__(*args, **kwargs)
self.headers.update({
'X-Lanyrd-Auth': str(time.time()),
'User-Agent': 'Lanyrd-iOS/2.4.0 (iPhone OS 6.1.3; iPhone5,2 N42AP) build/61',
'X-Lanyrd-Protocol': '4',
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