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ROBOT - FACE - There's Waldo is a robot that finds Waldo - YouTube

by decembre
Nous avons construit un petit robot appelé "There Waldo" pour tester les capacités du nouveau service AutoML Vision de Google. Nous avons constaté que les technologies peuvent être inaccessibles et, par extension, dépourvues de pertinence pour de nombreuses personnes. Nous apprenons donc à l'avance et montrons notre travail de manière amusante pour démontrer ce qui est possible.


sigil - The EPUB Editor - Google Project Hosting

by sylvainulg & 3 others
interesting, but not in the debian depots (afaik) and not compiling on an Ubuntu LTS (latest CMake required, and some issues with the CMakelist.txt files shipped)





scalr - Google Code

by camel & 3 others
Scalr is a fully redundant, self-curing and self-scaling hosting environment utilizing Amazon's EC2. It allows you to create server farms through a web-based interface using prebuilt AMI's for load balancers (pound or nginx), app servers (apache, others), databases (mysql master-slave, others), and a generic AMI to build on top of. The health of the farm is continuously monitored and maintained. When the Load Average on a type of node goes above a configurable threshold a new node is inserted into the farm to spread the load and the cluster is reconfigured. When a node crashes a new machine of that type is inserted into the farm to replace it. 4 AMI's are provided for load balancers, mysql databases, application servers, and a generic base image to customize. Scalr allows you to further customize each image, bundle the image and use that for future nodes that are inserted into the farm. You can make changes to one machine and use that for a specific type of node. New machines of this type will be brought online to meet current levels and the old machines are terminated one by one. The project is still very young, but we're hoping that by open sourcing it the AWS development community can turn this into a robust hosting platform and give users an alternative to the current fee based services available.

Home of the Geotag Icon Project

by camel & 3 others (via)
The Geotag Icon is intended as a web "standard" icon for identifying geotagged content to humans. The advent of inexpensive GPS devices and free tools like Google Maps or Flickr Map mean that more and more people are associating their content (typically blog posts or photos) with a specific geographic location. Such "geotagging" stores coordinates within metadata or microformat tags—where machines can find them but people can't. That's where the Geotag Icon comes in. It provides a visual reference to a map link, or if no link is yet made helps viewers recognize the geographic relevance of the content. It's free, easy to use and helps us all visualize the developing semantic web.


An exception to the Google rule? | LinuxWorld Community

by greut (via)

Google is one of the few large companies that gets one fundamental rule of the Internet: Trying stuff is cheaper than deciding whether to try it. (Compare the cost of paying and feeding someone to do a few weeks of P* hacking to the full cost of the meetings that went into a big company decision.)

Don't overplan something. Just do it half-assed to start with, then throw more people at it to fix it if it works. Worked for every successful Google project from AdWords to Google Maps.

hear hear!

gelato cms - di molti sapori

by camel
The gelato project is open source (you can use and change the original source code freely). You can browse the source code, request features, read the wiki and use the forum from the Gelato home at Google code or you can contact the authors.

GCALDaemon - Project Home

by mbertier & 1 other
GCALDaemon is an OS-independent Java program that offers two-way synchronization between Google Calendar and various iCalalendar compatible calendar applications. GCALDaemon is primarily designed as a calendar synchronizer but it can also be used as a Gmail notifier, Address Book importer, Gmail terminal and RSS feed converter


Grant Robinson : Montage-a-google launcher

by ycc2106 & 25 others
Montage-a-google is a simple web-based app that uses Google's image search to generate a large gridded montage of images based on keywords (search terms) entered by the user.

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