XCode is very spammy, and there are lots of files you don’t want in source control
Stack Exchange is going through a long and moderately painful process to clarify attribution. This seems to be driven by a combination of two things; the belief that everything is copyrighted, and our (overly?) litigious society. Editorial note: this should not be necessary, even large code snippets are not so masterful that they need or deserve copyright protection. A New Code License: The MIT, this time with Attribution Required
Public Domain Curses is a project to make ncurses available for “not-Unix”; currently it covers DOS, OS/2, Win32, X11 and SDL. There is an interesting fork that directly uses Win32 APIs that the developer is trying to get merged into the main version.
- project page on SourceForge: Public Domain Curses
- source on GitHub: wmcbrine/PDCurses
- Win32 GDI fork old project page: PDCurses for “real” Windows
- Win32 GDI fork on GitHub: Bill-Gray/PDCurses
Book catalog software
Racket and CoreOS
- Get Started with rkt Containers in Three Minutes
- The Security-minded Container Engine by CoreOS: rkt Hits 1.0
easyPost docs. Yet another group doing really good-looking documentation.