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  1. fq Public

    jq for binary formats

    Go 4k 81

  2. ydls Public

    youtube-dl HTTP download and transcode service

    Go 125 19

  3. Postfix SMTP relay docker image

    Shell 79 33

  4. Multi-arch docker image with ffmpeg/ffprobe binaries built as hardened static PIE binaries with no external dependencies

    Dockerfile 73 28

  5. ansisvg Public

    Convert ANSI to SVG

    Go 39 2

  6. bump Public

    A generic version tracking and update tool

    Go 32 2

1,931 contributions in the last year

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Activity overview
Contributed to wader/fq, wader/static-ffmpeg, wader/ydls and 31 other repositories

Contribution activity

May 2022

Created 2 repositories

Created a pull request in wader/fq that received 10 comments

readline: Update fq fork

Rebase on master Cherry-pick chzyer/readline#202

+3 −3 10 comments
Opened 64 other pull requests in 9 repositories
wader/fq 38 merged
wader/static-ffmpeg 9 merged 1 closed
wader/ydls 1 closed 6 merged
wader/static-gm 2 merged
wader/bump 2 merged
wader/goutubedl 2 merged
wader/static-shaka-packager 1 open
google/gopacket 1 closed
wader/postfix-relay 1 merged
Reviewed 3 pull requests in 2 repositories
wader/static-ffmpeg 2 pull requests
google/gopacket 1 pull request

Created an issue in itchyny/gojq that received 7 comments

Export gojq.typeErrorPreview and possibly some error types

Hi, the gojq.typeErrorPreview function and possibly some of the expected* error types would be very useful for custom function to produce good erro…

Opened 1 other issue in 1 repository
1 contribution in private repositories May 27

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