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View get all agency ideas from ideascale
#!/usr/bin/python
import json, urllib2
'''
retrieves all ideas from all categories for all agencies, and
normalizes category names from unique numerical ids to shared category
names so they can be compared across agencies. each idea in the list
contains the following keys:
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jessykate / Twequency.py
Created May 16, 2010
Show twitter friends sorted by tweet frequency.
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#!/usr/bin/python
'''
Shows twitter friends sorted by tweet frequency.
'''
import urllib, urllib2, json, datetime
def get_friends(username):
friends = {}
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jessykate / Encode Tweet
Created Jul 25, 2010
prompt the user for tweet text and return it urlencoded
View Encode Tweet
#!/usr/bin/python
import urllib
def encode_tweet(tweet):
base_url="http://twitter.com/home?"
query = {"status": tweet}
return base_url+urllib.urlencode(query)
if __name__ == '__main__':
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jessykate / Mock up of an activity stream hypothesis verb.xml
Created Jul 31, 2010
Mock up of an activity stream verb type of "hypothesis" (cf. open notebook /open research)
View Mock up of an activity stream hypothesis verb.xml
<entry>
<id>tag:openresear.ch,2010:hypothesis01</id>
<title>Jessy posted a Hypothesis</title>
<published>2010-07-02T15:29:00Z</published>
<!-- the link provides an HTML representation of the activity -->
<link rel="alternate" type="text/html"
href="http://openresear.ch/jessy/labbook01/hypothesis/1" />
<!-- this is the base verb that our custom verb builds on -->
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jessykate / newcourses.rb
Created May 17, 2011
A quick and dirty way to check for new courses on the (new) P2PU site.
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#!/usr/bin/ruby
require 'net/smtp'
=begin
1. Download the file.
2. Make sure it is executable by running:
$ chmod +x newcourses.rb
3. Any time you want to check for new courses, just run:
$ ./newcourses.rb
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jessykate / gist:2047552
Created Mar 15, 2012
post an image to a random short-ish url on your server via scp
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#!/usr/bin/ruby
# jessy kate schingler
# @jessykate | jessykate.com
# public domain
# assumes ssh key access to server
# usage:
# $ postimg path/to/img
# returns url for access
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jessykate / customizable_email_templates.py
Last active Mar 28, 2016
A Django pattern for creating customizable, re-useable email templates. Admins can define a number of standard templates, and these templates are then injected into email forms as default content, which can then be selected from and customized on the fly before being sent.
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# Models.py
class EmailTemplate(models.Model):
''' Templates for standard emails. '''
body = models.TextField(verbose_name="The body of the email")
subject = models.CharField(max_length=200, verbose_name="Default Subject Line")
name = models.CharField(max_length=200, verbose_name="Template Name")
creator = models.ForeignKey(User)
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jessykate / .change-tab-color-pwd
Created Jun 14, 2016 — forked from jakeonrails/.change-tab-color-pwd
How to have change the tab color in iTerm2 based on what folder or directory you are in
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#!/usr/bin/env python
"""
Set terminal tab / decoration color by the server name.
Get a random colour which matches the server name and use it for the tab colour:
the benefit is that each server gets a distinct color which you do not need
to configure beforehand.
"""
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jessykate / django-crossdomainxhr-middleware.py
Created Jun 16, 2012 — forked from barrabinfc/django-crossdomainxhr-middleware.py
Middlware to allow's your django server to respond appropriately to cross domain XHR (postMessage html5 API).
View django-crossdomainxhr-middleware.py
import re
from django.utils.text import compress_string
from django.utils.cache import patch_vary_headers
from django import http
'''
EXAMPLE USAGE:
Put this file in a directory called, eg, 'middleware,' inside your django
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