git-nit 1.0.0

git-nit is a tool for grabbing existing reviews on gerrit and layering on a new patch to fix nits.

  • This is the first public release.

sphinxcontrib-paverutils 1.17.0

sphinxcontrib-paverutils provides an alternative integration of Sphinx and Paver. It supports calling Sphinx from within Paver using multiple configurations, and does not assume you only want to build HTML output.

What’s new in 1.17.0?

  • update to sphinx 1.7.1
  • process files with cog in order
  • compatibility with sphinx pr #3668 (contributed by Brad Miller)

openstack-summit-counter 0.2.0

openstack-summit-counter is a plugin for python-openstackclient, the command line tool for interacting with OpenStack. This plugin helps you answer the summit registration question about how many summits you have attended in the past.

What’s new in 0.2.0?

  • Add support for counting PTGs (contributed by Colleen Murphy)

openstack-summit-counter 0.1.0

openstack-summit-counter is a plugin for python-openstackclient, the command line tool for interacting with OpenStack. This plugin helps you answer the summit registration question about how many summits you have attended in the past.

  • This is the first public release.

demoshell 0.1.0

demoshell is a simplified shell for live demonstrations. It always shows the command prompt at the top of the screen and pushes command output down instead of letting it scroll up.

This is the first public release of demoshell, a new program inspired by a tweet  (and my own personal annoyance). h/t to @vmbrasseur for retweeting  @genehack.

Huh?

POSIX shells print their output in such a way that it scrolls up and off the top of the screen because they are using tty semantics, which are based on hardware that used to literally print everything on a roll of paper that moved up through the machine and over the top.

It’s the 21st century. We don’t use paper-based terminals any more. While continuing to pretend we do is fine for day-to-day work, when we are giving live presentations it is not ideal because the most interesting thing you are doing is probably at the bottom of your screen during a live demo. That is the hardest part of the screen for people at the back of the room to see, because it is often blocked by other people’s heads.

demoshell avoids this problem by always keeping the command prompt at the top of the screen and showing the output of commands below, pushing older commands off of the bottom of the screen to make space for newer text.

Check the readme file for installation instructions. Patches and bug reports are welcome!

imapautofiler 1.3.0

imapautofiler applies user-defined rules to automatically organize messages on an IMAP server.

What’s new in 1.3.0?

  • add sort action with the ability to derive a destination mailbox name from a message header
  • add sort-mailing-list action
  • add a rule for checking if a message is from a mailing list
  • add a rule for checking if a header exists
  • do not die if there is an error handling one message

sphinxcontrib-spelling 4.0.1

sphinxcontrib-spelling is a spelling checker for Sphinx-based documentation. It uses PyEnchant to produce a report showing misspelled words.

What’s new in 4.0.1?

  • use the right method to emit warnings (Fixes #5)
  • Fixes #1 — disable smart quotes so that we can recognize contractions/posessives correctly (contributed by Alex Gaynor)