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Saved by uncleflo on January 4th, 2019.
go-daemon Build Status GoDoc. Library for writing system daemons in Go. Now supported only UNIX-based OS (Windows is not supported). But the library was tested only on Linux and OSX, so that if you have an ability to test the library on other platforms, give me feedback, please (#26). Features: Goroutine-safe daemonization; Out of box work with pid-files; Easy handling of system signals; The control of a daemon.
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Saved by uncleflo on December 23rd, 2018.
In a matter of minutes and without a single line of code, Zapier allows you to connect Bitbucket and monday.com, with as many as 54 possible integrations. Are you ready to find your productivity superpowers? It's easy to connect Bitbucket + monday.com and requires absolutely zero coding experience—the only limit is your own imagination. Creates an issue on any repository you specify. Triggers when a new issue is added in a selected repository.
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Saved by uncleflo on December 28th, 2017.
ING's zero knowledge range-proof precompiled contract for the go-ethereum client. One fundamental concern in blockchain technology is the confidentiality of the data on the blockchain. In order to reach consensus between all independent nodes in a blockchain network, each node must be able to validate all transactions (for instance against double-spent), in most cases this means that the content of the transactions is visible to all nodes. Fortunately several solutions exist that preserve confidentiality on a blockchain (private transactions, HyperLedger Fabric Channels, Payment Channels, Homomorphic encryption, transaction-mixing, zero knowledge proofs etc.). This article describes the implementation of a zero-knowledge range-proof in Ethereum. The zero knowledge range proof allows the blockchain network to validate that a secret number is within known limits without disclosing the secret number. This is useful to reach consensus in a variety of use cases: Validate that someone's age is between 18 and 65 without disclosing the age; Validate that someone is in Europe without disclosing the exact location; Validate that a payment-amount is positive without disclosing the amount (as done by Monero). The zero-knowledge range-proof requires a commitment on a number by a trusted party (for instance a government committing on someone's age), an Ethereum-user can use this commitment to generate a range-proof. The Ethereum network will verify this proof.
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Saved by uncleflo on February 14th, 2017.
I asked a similar question before, but it was answered inadequately so I thought I would ask again here but providing more information. I need to get different and older versions of a git repository and I'm having trouble with that.
Saved by uncleflo on January 27th, 2017.
The typical example of a transaction involves Alice and Bob, and their bank. Alice pays Bob $100, and the bank needs to debit Alice and credit Bob. Easy enough, provided the server doesn't crash. But what happens if the bank debits Alice, and then before crediting Bob, the server goes down? Or what if they credit Bob first, and then try to debit Alice only to find she doesn't have enough funds? A transaction allows the debit and credit operations to happen as a package ("atomically" is the word commonly used), so either both operations happen or neither happens, even if the server crashes halfway through the transaction. That way the bank never credits Bob without debiting Alice, or vice versa.
Saved by uncleflo on November 17th, 2016.
Web Service Atomic Transaction is an OASIS standard. To achieve all-or-nothing property for a group of services, it defines three protocols (completion, volatile two-phase commit, and durable two-phase commit), and a set of services. These protocols and services together ensure automatic activation, registration, propagation and atomic termination of Web services. The protocols are implemented via the WS-Coordination context management framework and emulate ACID transaction properties. Following the standard, a distributed transaction has a coordinator, an initiator, and one or more participants. This document describes the WS-AtomicTransaction namespace. It also contains a directory of links to related resources using Resource Directory Description Language (RDDL) 2.0.
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Saved by uncleflo on October 21st, 2016.
Barkeep is "the friendly code review system" — a fast, fun way to review code. Engineering organizations can use it to keep the quality bar high. With it you can watch commits made to any Git repository, see diffs, write comments, and have those comments emailed to your fellow committers.
Saved by uncleflo on October 12th, 2016.
In computer networking and databases, the three-phase commit protocol (3PC) is a distributed algorithm which lets all nodes in a distributed system agree to commit a transaction. Unlike the two-phase commit protocol (2PC) however, 3PC is non-blocking. Specifically, 3PC places an upper bound on the amount of time required before a transaction either commits or aborts. This property ensures that if a given transaction is attempting to commit via 3PC and holds some resource locks, it will release the locks after the timeout.
Saved by uncleflo on July 14th, 2016.
Castle Home Care is a specialist provider of quality home care services in Bedford, Bedfordshire and surrounding counties. Our ethos is to enable people to live independently within their own home leading their life as they wish with the right levels of care and support; this may include personal care, care following hospital discharge, meal preparation, domestic activities, supported outings, respite care and assistance with all aspects of daily living. We aim to provide services that are tailored to your individual requirements and enable you to live your life as you wish within the comfort of your own home. The Castle Home Care team aspire to be the care provider and employer of choice for local people.
Saved by uncleflo on June 3rd, 2014.
The Business Show is where businesses find the next gear. This free to attend event offers business owners opportunities, advice and information that will impact ongoing business growth within a challenging economy. The event welcomes business owners from a cross-section of industries, and remains more committed than ever in providing visitors with everything needed to improve, evolve and expand their business.
Saved by uncleflo on May 16th, 2013.
This is the Git reference site. It is meant to be a quick reference for learning and remembering the most important and commonly used Git commands. The commands are organized into sections of the type of operation you may be trying to do, and will present the common options and commands needed to accomplish these common tasks. Each section will link to the next section, so it can be used as a tutorial. Every page will also link to more in-depth Git documentation such as the official manual pages and relevant sections in the Pro Git book, so you can learn more about any of the commands. First, we'll start with thinking about source code management like Git does.
Saved by uncleflo on January 5th, 2013.
Read the Docs hosts documentation, making it fully searchable and easy to find. You can import your docs using any major version control system, including Mercurial, Git, Subversion, and Bazaar. We support webhooks so your docs get built when you commit code. There's also support for versioning so you can build docs from tags and branches of your code in your repository. A full list of features is available. It's free and simple. Read the Getting Started guide to get going!
Saved by uncleflo on September 6th, 2011.
I am happy to announce that AlivePDF 0.1.5 is getting better and better. More than font embedding support which is working now, I have just uploaded on the SVN the latest version with gradients (not 100% complete) and barcode support. Apart from that, some important code cleaning and refactoring has been done, some new API's have been introduced like setStartingPage, or even addEPSImage to embed Adobe Illustrator files on a page. I tried to address all the bugs you guys posted on the google code issue page (thanks everybody for taking the time to post bugs!). Some of them may not fixed yet, but I am happy to say that the most recurrent ones have been addressed. I will post in the following days some details about the new API's, examples, demo application, to show you how to use the latest API's especially for font embedding. Next on the list is SWF embedding support and the famous alpha images support, which I have time now to focus on. Stay tuned, there is even more coming.
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