Many people are scared because Microsoft bought GitHub. I wonder why people are so shocked now. Github is just another cloud-thingy and cloud means: "it's just the computer of someone else". If "someone else" will shutdown or wipe his computer, then we better have backups. Having this in our minds I would say that it's time to make (auto)backups. I wrote this little ruby-script that clones all public repositories of a user into a directory.
I proudly pronounce the first (pre-)release of cryptorecord. Cryptorecords is a ruby gem that provides an API and scripts for creating crypto-related dns-records(e.g. DANE). Currently it supports TLSA, OPENPGPKEYS and SSHFP but I plan to support other records in future. The API doesn't create any keys or certificates. It just takes existing keyfiles to create the DNS-records.
➜ ~ ruby -e 'puts %w[t o m].permutation.map &:join' tom tmo otm omt mto mot
Nagios-Check which loads a website in firefox and outputs the response-time of a website
facts2dw.rb is a simple script which converts ansible(tested with 1.9.2) facts into dokuwiki-format and uploads it via xmlrpc-interface into dokuwiki This script uses http-basic-authentication and ssl to login into dokuwiki. Ansible caches all the facts in <ANSIBLE-DIR>/facts so it is quite easy to import all facts into dokuwiki. With a few modifications it would be possible to use this script with puppetdb too.