Yet Another Weather Indicator

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A simple GTK weather indicator written in Go because why not.
Recently I started using Openbox as my WM again (after a long time with KDE, the nostalgia hit me). After I had everything working as I wanted to, I noticed the lack of a weather indicator in my systray. Usually, the desktop environments I have used (Gnome, KDE, Mate) have some sort of applet for this included and I really never bothered (when I was using Openbox before, I had some hacky script that would display the weather in my tint2, but I can’t find it anymore).

Linux.Cephei: a Nim virus

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Simple prepender virus written in Nim
NimĀ is a systems and applications programming language. It has nice features such asĀ producing dependency-free binaries, running on a huge list of operating systems and architectures and compiling to C, C++ or JavaScript. I’ve been messing with it for a while and I am very pleased with it. To be honest, Nim and Go have been my choices when I need to start a new project (goodbye Python, at least for now).