You’ve likely added a tool to fix one problem and then a different tool to fix another problem. Pretty soon you have multiple instances of the same tool, different tools with overlapping functionality, no ability to collaborate across teams—all resulting in unknown bottlenecks and complicated or no reporting. As a DevOps leader, it’s up to you to balance the autonomy and flexibility of a DevOps approach. But how?Advertisement
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A fast, unobtrusive and modern cross-platform GUI toolkit. Agar fully exploits hardware acceleration where available, but also supports simple frame-buffer interfaces. Agar is stand-alone and easily portable to new platforms and graphics systems.1 weekly downloads
Make Image Folios is a small Perl utility to automate preparation of web pages containing images and uploading to a SSH web server. Features include thumbnails, slide shows, captions from filenames & recursive directory traversal.
The Open Descent Foundation (ODF) is a community for developers, who want to help to create open source programs, tools, etc. for the famous games Descent1, -2 or -3. Everyone can join the ODF if he accepts the idea of writing open source programs.
PicaSto is a system for decentralized picture storage and sharing on the internet with separation of content and presentation. It uses the RDF metadata model to make the metadata available independently of the actual pictures.