Skip to content
Avatar
Block or Report

Block or report brokensandals

Block user

Prevent this user from interacting with your repositories and sending you notifications. Learn more about blocking users.

You must be logged in to block users.

Report abuse

Contact GitHub support about this user’s behavior. Learn more about reporting abuse.

Report abuse
brokensandals/README.md

Some recent projects:

Blunt Instrument: explore JavaScript code execution
Mark Headboard: view Markdown files as kanban boards in VS Code
Notesdir: note management CLI tooling
  • link management, metadata management, querying, templating, and organizing
  • use whatever editors you want
  • use different file formats for different notes
  • organize and reorganize directories at will
  • designed to be a modular utility, not an all-encompassing framework
  • script it with Python API or the CLI's JSON output
Export tooling Utilities to help manage exports of data from various services for the purposes of personal backups.

Pinned

  1. Automatic instrumentation/tracing for javascript.

    JavaScript 9 3

  2. notesdir Public archive

    Editor-independent note management.

    Python 12 4

  3. export_manager Public archive

    CLI tool to help manage exports/backups of personal data from cloud services.

    Python 8

  4. task-rotator-todoist Public archive

    Facilitates recurring tasks in Todoist whose names change according to a defined cycle.

    JavaScript

  5. 1
    var BACKUP_FOLDER_ID = 'INSERT_FOLDER_ID_HERE';
    2
    
                  
    3
    var NATIVE_MIME_TYPES = {};
    4
    NATIVE_MIME_TYPES[MimeType.GOOGLE_DOCS] = MimeType.MICROSOFT_WORD;
    5
    NATIVE_MIME_TYPES[MimeType.GOOGLE_SHEETS] = MimeType.MICROSOFT_EXCEL;
  6. A Sinatra ruby gem for dynamically creating web interfaces for thrift IDLs

    Ruby 14 14

17 contributions in the last year

Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Mon Wed Fri

Contribution activity

November 2022

brokensandals has no activity yet for this period.

Seeing something unexpected? Take a look at the GitHub profile guide.