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yyolk / GH-CF-strict-SSL-w-CDN.md
Created Aug 27, 2021 — forked from zbeekman/GH-CF-strict-SSL-w-CDN.md
Setting up GH-pages with custom domain, strict (end-to-end) SSL with CloudFlare DNS & CDN
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Custom domains, GH-pages, Cloudflare and strict SSL end-to-end encryption

Why I wrote this

Before Github supported SSL encryption for github pages sites, many people were using CloudFlare (CF) as their DNS provider and CDN proxy. CF allowed users to enable SSL encryption from the CDN end points/proxies to the end user. This was great and it allowed visitors to your website to connect with a secure connection between their browser and the cloudflare CDN box that was serving your content. However, with this setup one (significant) link in the chain remained unencrypted and

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yyolk / simple_xrp_price_agg.py
Created Aug 3, 2021
simple price aggregate with ccxt
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import ccxt
def get_price(exchange_client, pair) -> float:
return exchange_client.fetch_ticker(pair).get("last")
if __name__ == "__main__":
binance = (ccxt.binance(), "XRP/USDT")
bitfinex = (ccxt.bitfinex(), "XRP/USD")
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yyolk / websocat_subscribe_jq_process.sh
Last active Jul 7, 2021
watch subscribed events to your xrpl node from the command line
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#!/bin/bash
# install websocat
# cargo install --features=ssl websocat
# --features=ssl needs to be included to connect to wss://
# we use `<<<` to send a string into the command:
# echo '{"command"...}' | websocatt ...
# is equivalent
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yyolk / 01__websockets__xrpl_stat_table.py
Last active Jul 9, 2021
using python3, websockets and asyncio connect to rippled, subscribe and work on received messages
View 01__websockets__xrpl_stat_table.py
#!/usr/bin/env python3
"""
Prints out the Ledger No. and the total txns, along with a visual indication.
Illustrates a raw web socket connection and consuming the messages with asyncio
Setup:
If you're running an XRPL node, run this script on the node with the admin
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yyolk / irssi twitch.txt
Last active Jun 30, 2021 — forked from lambdan/irssi twitch.txt
Twitch chat with irssi - June 2021
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Tested working 20 Jun 2021, irssi version 1.2.3
This is a TLDR version of https://blog.crunchprank.net/connecting-to-twitch-chat-via-irssi/
Get your OAuth token (password) here: https://twitchapps.com/tmi/
# Network setup:
/network add -nick YOUR_TWITCH_USERNAME twitch
/server add -auto -ssl -network Twitch irc.chat.twitch.tv 6697 YOUR_OAUTH_TOKEN
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yyolk / snp
Created Apr 28, 2021 — forked from erikw/snp
snp: Wrap shell command in BTRFS snapper pre-post snapshots and log outputs.
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#!/usr/bin/env bash
# Runs a command wrapped in btrfs snapper pre-post snapshots.
# Usage: $ snp <commands>
# e.g.: $ snp pacman -Syyu
# The latest version of this script is hosted at https://gist.github.com/erikw/5229436
log_path="/var/local/log/snp"
date=$(date "+%Y-%m-%d-%H%M%S")
log_file="${log_path}/snp_${date}.log"
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yyolk / Exclude_tables.md
Last active Aug 18, 2020 — forked from utek/Exclude_tables.md
Define ignored tables in alembic.ini
View Exclude_tables.md

Add this in your ini file:

[alembic:exclude]
tables = spatial_ref_sys

In env.py:

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yyolk / goog.sh
Created Feb 9, 2020
a bash cli for googling things from the cli using, can be easily ported elsewhere source and then `goog something i'm looking for`
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# modified from https://stackoverflow.com/a/10660730
rawurlencode() {
local string="${1}"
local strlen=${#string}
local encoded=""
local pos c o
for (( pos=0 ; pos<strlen ; pos++ )); do
c=${string:$pos:1}
case "$c" in
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yyolk / nm_l2tp_ipsec_vpn.md
Created Feb 9, 2020 — forked from luvarqpp/nm_l2tp_ipsec_vpn.md
setup L2TP IPSEC VPN in archlinux using NetworkManager
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setup L2TP IPsec VPN in archlinux using NetworkManager

install networkmanager-l2tp first:

yaourt -S networkmanager-l2tp
apt install -y network-manager-l2tp
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yyolk / random-psw.py
Created Feb 12, 2019
generates a random psw of 8-16 of length
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import string
MIN_LEN, MAX_LEN = 8, 16
from random import randint, choice
characters = string.ascii_letters + string.punctuation + string.digits
password = lambda : "".join(choice(characters) for x in range(randint(MIN_LEN, MAX_LEN)))
print(password())