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omgmog / custom-font.p8
Last active November 29, 2020 14:02
custom 5x7 font for pico8, mostly based on this font:
pico-8 cartridge //
version 16
global_y = 0
function mt(t1,t2)
local new = {}
for k,v in pairs(t1) do new[k] = v end
for k,v in pairs(t2) do new[k] = v end
return new
GentlemanHal / mvp-monitor.html
Last active June 23, 2020 18:35
Nevergreen MVP monitor page
<!DOCTYPE html>
<script src="" integrity="sha256-FgpCb/KJQlLNfOu91ta32o/NMZxltwRo8QtmkMRdAu8=" crossorigin="anonymous"></script>
<ul id="projects">
jboesch /
Last active April 5, 2022 22:11
Importing a CSV dump of Postgres data into Heroku
# You have your csv data and it looks like so... It's in a file named "my_data.csv" and we want to import it into a table named "my_things".
"1", "Something", "0.50", "2013-05-05 10:00:00"
"2", "Another thing", "1.50", "2013-06-05 10:30:00"
# Now you want to import it, go to the command line and type:
$ PGPASSWORD=PWHERE psql -h HOSTHERE -U USERHERE DBNAMEHERE -c "\copy my_things FROM 'my_data.csv' WITH CSV;"
# Voila! It's impoted. Now if you want to wipe it out and import a fresh one, you would do this:
fnichol /
Created March 12, 2011 20:52
Download a cacert.pem for RailsInstaller


There is a long standing issue in Ruby where the net/http library by default does not check the validity of an SSL certificate during a TLS handshake. Rather than deal with the underlying problem (a missing certificate authority, a self-signed certificate, etc.) one tends to see bad hacks everywhere. This can lead to problems down the road.

From what I can see the OpenSSL library that Rails Installer delivers has no certificate authorities defined. So, let's go fetch some from the curl website. And since this is for ruby, why don't we download and install the file with a ruby script?


The Ruby Way! (Fun)