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@thirtythreeforty
thirtythreeforty / tcphole.py
Last active Aug 29, 2015
A TCP hole puncher
View tcphole.py
#!/usr/bin/python3
# tcphole.py
# By George Hilliard ("thirtythreeforty")
# A simple TCP hole puncher for a firewall accepting only ESTABLISHED,RELATED packets
# This currently binds to the localhost address, although that's easy to fix by changing
# the bind() calls.
# This is based on the theory found at http://www.bford.info/pub/net/p2pnat/index.html#sec-tcp.
# You may use this software under the terms of the Creative Commons CC-0 license.
View pyvideo_popularity.py
#!/usr/bin/env python3
# encoding: utf-8
"""
I saw a similar script on the homepage of Miguel Grinberg (the Flask book guy),
but he was using webscraping. Here I use simple API calls instead.
The script takes the presentations of a Python conference and orders the
presentations in descending order by the number of youtube views. It
is an indicator about the popularity of a video.
View gist:26fb3b7e365dce527886
Results of running this script: https://gist.github.com/jabbalaci/398429347c96e98aba88
Views Ups Downs Title (Speakers)
9,810 166 3 Keynote - Jacob Kaplan-Moss - Pycon 2015 (Jacob Kaplan-Moss)
7,044 64 0 Type Hints - Guido van Rossum - PyCon 2015 (Guido van Rossum)
4,742 121 0 David Beazley - Python Concurrency From the Ground Up: LIVE! - PyCon 2015 (David Beazley)
4,684 66 3 Keynote - Guido van Rossum - PyCon 2015 (Guido van Rossum)
4,272 78 1 Dan Callahan - My Python's a little Rust-y - PyCon 2015 (Dan Callahan)
2,694 34 0 How to build a brain with Python (Trevor Bekolay)
2,391 29 0 Andrew T. Baker - Demystifying Docker - PyCon 2015 (Andrew T. Baker)
@vsajip
vsajip / custfmt.py
Created Feb 9, 2012
Example of logging formatter factory usage with fileConfig()
View custfmt.py
import logging
class CustomFormatter(logging.Formatter):
def __init__(self, default):
self.default = default
def format(self, record):
if record.levelno in (logging.WARNING,
logging.ERROR,
logging.CRITICAL):
@davesque
davesque / vassal.ini
Created Jan 7, 2013
Uwsgi ini file for django
View vassal.ini
[uwsgi]
socket = /tmp/example.com.sock
; Worker processes
master = 1
processes = 4
; Virtualenv and home directory
virtualenv = /var/virtualenvs/example.com
chdir = /var/www/example.com
@mbostock
mbostock / .block
Last active Jan 15, 2019 — forked from mbostock/.block
Radial Cluster Dendrogram
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license: gpl-3.0
height: 950
border: no
@domenic
domenic / portable-node.md
Created May 25, 2012
Tips for Writing Portable Node.js Code
View portable-node.md

Node.js core does its best to treat every platform equally. Even if most Node developers use OS X day to day, some use Windows, and most everyone deploys to Linux or Solaris. So it's important to keep your code portable between platforms, whether you're writing a library or an application.

Predictably, most cross-platform issues come from Windows. Things just work differently there! But if you're careful, and follow some simple best practices, your code can run just as well on Windows systems.

Paths and URLs

On Windows, paths are constructed with backslashes instead of forward slashes. So if you do your directory manipulation

@mikeyk
mikeyk / redis_session_backend.py
Created Apr 8, 2011
A redis backend for Django Sessions, tested on Django 1.3+
View redis_session_backend.py
from django.contrib.sessions.backends.base import SessionBase, CreateError
from django.conf import settings
from django.utils.encoding import force_unicode
import redis
class SessionStore(SessionBase):
""" Redis store for sessions"""
def __init__(self, session_key=None):
self.redis = redis.Redis(
@bdotdub
bdotdub / redis.markdown
Created Nov 24, 2010
Running redis using upstart on Ubuntu
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Running redis using upstart on Ubuntu

I've been trying to understand how to setup systems from the ground up on Ubuntu. I just installed redis onto the box and here's how I did it and some things to look out for.

To install:

@pteichman
pteichman / waitgroup.py
Last active Apr 14, 2019
Python WaitGroup (like Go sync.WaitGroup)
View waitgroup.py
import threading # :(
class WaitGroup(object):
"""WaitGroup is like Go sync.WaitGroup.
Without all the useful corner cases.
"""
def __init__(self):
self.count = 0
self.cv = threading.Condition()
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