Most of the projects in this page are small and not worth a release, but are
actively used and maintained (unless explicitly noted).
They're usually available through a git repository
A single-file blog engine written in Python. Uses reStructuredText for markup,
and has tagging support.
git clone git://blitiri.com.ar/blitiri
Browse blitiri source
A single-file wiki engine written in Python. Uses reStructuredText for
markup, and has optional git support for history tracking.
git clone git://blitiri.com.ar/wikiri
Browse wikiri source
A static HTML image gallery written in Python, and using the
framework for templating, and
for the displaying
It keeps track of images in albums, generates thumbnails and scaled down
versions of them, and arranges everything for publishing via rsync or similar.
git clone git://blitiri.com.ar/galala
Browse galala source
A single-file Mozilla Weave
server written in Python. With it, you can use your own server to synchronize
your bookmarks, instead of using Mozilla's.
git clone git://blitiri.com.ar/pyweave
Browse pyweave source
A backup script written in python. Originally oriented to do packet writing
backups, it can do both incremental and complete backups (it uses an external
index to do so), and can compress and checksum files on the fly with different
git clone git://blitiri.com.ar/abk
Browse abk source
A static HTML generator. It's a small template system I use to generate this
site. It parses text files (HTML or not, it doesn't really care) and outputs
the result, allowing you to include other files and embed python code.
git clone git://blitiri.com.ar/pygen
Browse pygen source
A small set of scripts and configuration examples to add email labeling to the
(firstname.lastname@example.org) - Last updated 26/Nov/2012