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lo-mein

Signal Style Guide

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Python 0 48

graphite-api

forked from brutasse/graphite-api

Graphite-web, without the interface. Just the rendering HTTP API.

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best_in_place

forked from bernat/best_in_place

A RESTful unobtrusive jQuery Inplace-Editor and a helper as a Rails Gem

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resque-lock

forked from defunkt/resque-lock

A Resque plugin for ensuring only one instance of your job is running at a time.

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Ruby 1 0

acts_as_reference_data

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go-uasparser

Golang implementation of a UAS (user-agent-string.info) parser

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capistrano-slack

forked from j-mcnally/capistrano-slack

Capistrano slack integration.

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email-templates

All the standard email templates available for use in Signal

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Ruby 1 0

redis-widgets

A collection of Ruby classes that use Redis to implement useful thread safe behavior

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Ruby 3 0

signal-ruby

Deprecated ruby implementation of the Signal API

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JavaScript 3 0

landing-page-templates

Signal landing page templates - get at em!

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scout-plugins

Various Scout Plugins

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garb

forked from Fosome/garb

A Ruby wrapper for the Google Analytics API

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Ruby 1 5

proby-ruby

A simple library for working with the Proby task monitoring application.

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proby-php

A simple library for working with the Proby task monitoring application.

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tire

forked from karmi/retire

A rich Ruby API and DSL for the ElasticSearch search engine/database

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tempodb-ruby

forked from tempodb/tempodb-ruby

TempoDB Ruby Client

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mongoid_optimistic_locking

forked from burgalon/mongoid_optimistic_locking

Addon for Mongoid to allow optimistic locking (CAS)

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Ruby 6 0

proby_notifier

Tools for checking in with Proby

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active_merchant

forked from Shopify/active_merchant

Active Merchant is a simple payment abstraction library used in and sponsored by Shopify. It is written by Tobias Luetke, Cody Fauser, and contributors. The aim of the project is to feel natural to Ruby users and to abstract as many parts as possible away from the user to offer a consistent interface across all supported gateways.

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