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silpol / .gitignore
Created Nov 5, 2018 — forked from starenka/.gitignore
fabfile to deploy flask app to nginx/supervisor/uwsgi stack
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silpol / gist:57ea5d88641543d48302ff321d09ef6e
Created Nov 21, 2017 — forked from jcinis/gist:2866253
Generate a random username for Django
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from random import choice
from string import ascii_lowercase, digits
from django.contrib.auth.models import User
def generate_random_username(length=16, chars=ascii_lowercase+digits, split=4, delimiter='-'):
username = ''.join([choice(chars) for i in xrange(length)])
if split:
username = delimiter.join([username[start:start+split] for start in range(0, len(username), split)])
silpol / gist:5bfbce862957090af3e6184675414a61
Created May 13, 2017 — forked from evildmp/gist:3094281
Set up Django, nginx and uwsgi
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This document has now been incorporated into the uWSGI documentation:

Set up Django, nginx and uwsgi

Steps with explanations to set up a server using:

silpol / nda2csv.rb
Created Jan 8, 2017 — forked from terotil/nda2csv.rb
Processor for Nordea machine readable bank statements (NDA format). Functionally minimal, just enough to outline a friendly interface and be able to export main transaction records to CSV, which is further processable to OFX using
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require 'date'
module Nordea
module NDA
class Record
def self.parse(str)
def initialize(str)
silpol / nginx-uwsgi-python3
Created Jul 20, 2016 — forked from simoncoulton/nginx-uwsgi-python3
Setting up Nginx, uWSGI & Python3
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Setting up Nginx, uWSGI and Python3
First off, I'm traditionally a PHP developer, but am looking at moving across to Python. I really struggled to find decent documentation on how to get a server up and running for deploying Python web applications from the point of view of someone coming from PHP. The main problems I came across with documentation were:
1) Only showed you how to run the server for a single web application.
2) Only showed you how to configure the app, not the server it was running on.
My preferred workflow for development is by setting up a new VM in VMware Fusion and then forwarding through all requests to that VM via /etc/hosts. This might not be the optimal way to get things up and running, but it works for me.
#!/usr/bin/env python
"""A noddy fake smtp server."""
import smtpd
import asyncore
class FakeSMTPServer(smtpd.SMTPServer):
"""A Fake smtp server"""
def __init__(*args, **kwargs):
silpol /
Created Feb 2, 2016 — forked from elliottb/
Example Python Fabric deployment script. Deploys code from a deployment box to a remote host. Usage from command line on the deployment box: fab deploy.
from fabric.api import local, run, env, put
import os, time
# remote ssh credentials
env.hosts = ['']
env.user = 'deploy'
env.password = 'XXXXXXXX' #ssh password for user
# or, specify path to server public key here:
# env.key_filename = ''
silpol / default.conf
Last active Aug 28, 2015 — forked from woodb/default.conf
nginx configuration for uWSGI
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server {
listen 80;
server_name blog;
root /var/www/blog;
location /static/ {
alias /var/www/blog/static/;
expires 30d;
access_log off;
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