Snakepit and gitosis, things I've been working on
A brief update of things I've been working on:
Snakepit is a port of (part of) HiveDB to Python and SQLAlchemy.
It will help you write database-backed applications that need to scale
further than one database server, or even a master-slave setup, can
take you. It's MIT licensed, that is, pretty much as free-for-all as
it can be. And it's still work in progress, so don't be too harsh yet
See https://github.com/tv42/snakepit for more.
gitosis aims to make hosting
git repos easier and safer. It
manages multiple repositories under one user account, using SSH keys
to identify users. End users do not need shell accounts on the server,
they will talk to one shared account that will not let them run
gitosis is licensed under the GPL.
First real release will come as soon as I have to time to go through a couple of really minor nits. It's been self-hosting for a long time now.
See https://github.com/tv42/gitosis for more.