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DOI

The Cable Bible

A comprehensive guide to cables and connectors potentially used for audiovisual/media preservation. Now hosted on GitHub Pages, at https://amiaopensource.github.io/cable-bible

You can also install the latest release on your computer with the command:

brew install amiaopensource/amiaos/cable-bible

and then call it locally with the command:

cable-bible

This works currently under macOS, Linux and the Linux subsystem on Windows. On classic Windows you can install the last release manually and the open index.html in a browser.

Maintainers

  • Ethan Gates (EG-tech)

Contribute

Please feel free to clone this repository or create a new branch and submit a pull request with your own additions of modules for signal types, interfaces or connectors you think we're missing (there's a lot!).

If you're not comfortable working in GitHub, you can just supply the information and we'll be happy to add it! Please submit an issue or contact user EG-tech (Ethan Gates) with relevant descriptions, photos, info, etc.!

Contributors

Gathered using octohatrack

Code Contributors:

  • ablwr (Ashley)
  • EG-tech (Ethan Gates)
  • retokromer (Reto Kromer)

All Contributors:

  • ablwr (Ashley)
  • bturkus
  • eddycolloton
  • EG-tech (Ethan Gates)
  • jfarbowitz (Jonathan Farbowitz)
  • laurensorensen (Lauren Sorensen)
  • privatezero (Andrew Weaver)
  • retokromer (Reto Kromer)
  • todrobbins (Tod Robbins)
  • travislwagner

Repo: amiaopensource/cable-bible
Code Contributors: 3
All Contributors: 10

License and Attribution

Creative Commons License
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License

Images pulled from the web are reused here under principle of fair use - they have all been downloaded and uploaded to this repository for the sake of stability, but original URLs are provided in mouse-over text.

Such enormous thanks to ablwr and the entire work of team ffmprovisr, on which so much of this project (code, spirit, COC) is based!

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