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  • go-c2dmc

    A Go package for converting RGB and other color formats/colorspaces into DMC thread colors (DMC color name and floss number)

    I don’t have a contributor guide written for either of them, but feel free to help with the few issues in either this or this package I’ve written and released. They’re super simple things, but I’ve been rather busy at work and in life. So I haven’t had the time to address them. If you want to contribute, feel free to send me a DM with any questions!! Otherwise, just fork the repo(s) and just open a PR once you’re ready for the changes to be merged. I’ll review it asap!!

  • dynaQ

    An extension for Go's sql package in the standard library to support dynamic queries directly from the database, as well as on individual database connections

    I don’t have a contributor guide written for either of them, but feel free to help with the few issues in either this or this package I’ve written and released. They’re super simple things, but I’ve been rather busy at work and in life. So I haven’t had the time to address them. If you want to contribute, feel free to send me a DM with any questions!! Otherwise, just fork the repo(s) and just open a PR once you’re ready for the changes to be merged. I’ll review it asap!!

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  • multy

    Multy - Easily deploy multi cloud infrastructure. Write cloud-agnostic config deployed across multiple clouds

  • usql

    Universal command-line interface for SQL databases

    https://github.com/xo/usql has some good first issues

  • xop-go

    Golang structured logging/tracing framework

    I'm working on a combined/logging tracing system. It's highly unstable right now. What I need most right now is feedback on the APIs. https://github.com/muir/xoplog

  • memphis.go

    Go client for Memphis. Memphis is a Real-Time Data Processing Platform

  • kertish-dfs

    Kertish-dfs is a simple distributed storage platform, implements file storage on a single distributed computer cluster, and provides interfaces for file/folder handling. Kertish-dfs aims primarily for completely distributed operation without a single point of failure, scalable to the exabyte level.

    https://github.com/freakmaxi/kertish-dfs It is a distributed storage platform.

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  • locking-center

    Locking-Center provides very useful primitive service in many environments where different processes must operate with shared resources in a mutually exclusive way.

    https://github.com/freakmaxi/locking-center Centralized locking service

  • particleui

    A library to make frontend app development as simple as possible.

    Not yet but I will soon. This is a GUI programming metaframework. ParticleUI

  • box-cli-maker

    Make Highly Customized Boxes for your CLI

    You can try looking here https://github.com/Delta456/box-cli-maker/tree/dev

  • situation

    Autonomous IT data collector

    I have been working on a kind of "autonomous" agent to collect IT data on a system. You can have a look to https://github.com/situation-sh/situation. It uses a plugin-based design making it rather dev-friendly

  • keploy

    Unit Testing Toolkit that creates test-cases and data mocks from API calls.

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