import sys
import pika
# prerequisites are that you have RabbitMQ installed
# create a "darkmatter" named VirtualHost (VHOST)
# rabbitmqctl.bat add_vhost darkmatter
# create a user APP_USER with associated APP_PASS word
# rabbitmqctl add_user darkmatteradmin <password>
# give the APP_USER the necessary permissions
# rabbitmqctl set_permissions -p darkmatter darkmatteradmin ".*" ".*" ".*"
View cities.xml
__author__ = 'k0emt'
class Greeter:
def __init__(self):
self.message = 'Hello world'
# print self.message

Chocolately Managed / Installed software

  • Chocolately
  • Git
  • NodeJS
  • yarn
  • Chrome x64
    • postman
  • MongoDB
  • InkScape
View create_replica_set.bat
mkdir \data\rs1 \data\rs2 \data\rs3
start mongod --replSet m101 --logpath "1.log" --dbpath \data\rs1 --port 27017 --smallfiles --oplogSize 64
start mongod --replSet m101 --logpath "2.log" --dbpath \data\rs2 --port 27018 --smallfiles --oplogSize 64
start mongod --replSet m101 --logpath "3.log" --dbpath \data\rs3 --port 27019 --smallfiles --oplogSize 64
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View color-cycle-progress.markdown

A modification of Susie Lu's radial weather plot. This one shows periods of cloudiness, precipitation and freezing temperatures via the bars around the border. It also includes a circular brush that lets you select a band on the radial chart. The selected band is then displayed in a more traditional linear way on the bottom left.

The original readme explains what's going on with the radial chart:

Weather Plot - New York 2015

In the example we're looking at historical weather data for New York provided by and Inspired by

This example uses scales to roll your own radial projection by mapping out the x, y, and r positions. If you are creating a line or an area you can use d3's convenience functions d3.svg.line.radial and d3.svg.area.radial but this is a m

View index.html
<!DOCTYPE html>
<link href='' rel='stylesheet' type='text/css'>
<script src=""></script>
<meta charset="utf-8">
<meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width">
.label {
font-size: 2em;