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A simple ruby bot to display images/gifs put in slack on a datadog dashboard
  • Fedora rawhide : x86_64


Mirror (essentially) of my WPE-webkit repo, just using the unstable tarball
  • Fedora rawhide : x86_64


WPE allows embedders to create simple and performant systems based on Web platform technologies. It is designed with hardware acceleration in mind, leveraging common 3D graphics APIs for best performance. Should be used in conjunction with bunnyapocalypse/WPE-backend.
  • Fedora rawhide : x86_64


cec-timer cec-timer is a set of system d timers and services that will turn off and on cec controlled TVs at specific times, it was designed to be used on Fedora using a Raspberry Pi 3 and uses cec-ctl to control the cec device. How to use Enable cec on your TV, it may go by different names depending on the vendor, a list of names and a guide can be found here Enable the system d timers and initialization service systemctl enable cec-on.timer cec-off.timer cec-initialize.service Either reboot or systemctl start cec-initialize.service and the tv should turn on and off at the times specified by the timer files Configuration Edit the timer files (located at /usr/lib/systemd/system/cec-on/off.timer) for your desired days and times to turn the monitor on and off. If you are using a different cec control device than the raspberry pi 3, you may need to configure the cec-initialize.service for your device. Usecases Turning on and off an office dashboard TV at specific times so that it doesn't waste energy running when people aren't around


Dashboard-timer is a set of system d timers and services that will turn off and on monitors running GNOME at specific times. It can replace any past uses of xrandr to do this task on Wayland, so long as they are running GNOME.
  • Fedora rawhide : x86_64