Open source projects to follow (V)
Fifth part in this series of posts where I show you some really interesting open source projects I’ve found that deserve a look.
If you develop or contribute to a project and you want to see it in the next post of the series, feel free to contact me on social media or email.
Note: some of these projects might be on a Beta/development state, and may crash or work unexpectedly.
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Online cheat sheet, with a simple curl/browser interface. There’s nothing to install (but you can do it for offline usage), just run a
curl request to
You can also go to https://cheat.sh/ and use the web interface.
An small bootable Linux live system based on Debian, designed especially for system administrators. There are two versions: ‘small’ (only command-line) and ‘full’ (with the Fluxbox window manager, ISO file only takes up 850MB). Available on 32 and 64bit options for any computer.
This Android virtual keyboard for developers has all the keys of a traditional PC keyboard (Ctrl, Esc, Alt, etc.) in a compact design with up to 4 extra characters for each key (available by swiping the finger on the key). Available on F-Droid and Google Play.
If you have any suggestion, feel free to contact me via social media or email.
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