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19 June 2015


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Banalize: Bash static code analyzerDBIx::Report::ExcelShell settings, AKA dotfilesNagios Monitoring for Couchbase serverNagira: RESTful API for NagiosStartpack for Github pages developmentWeb iPhoto

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Україномовний блог Витрішки - блог про все, крім роботи. Цикл статей "Літо на півночі Японії" з цього блогу тепер опублікований у Витрішках

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iPhoto and files permission Is MacOSX 10.9 == MacOS 9.x? Running Chef roles from Capistrano und Capiche Github & Jekyll: Speeding up Jekyll siteGithub & Jekyll: More experience with Jekyll and setup changesBuild new hosts with Capistrano and Chef Request Tracker: More about custom CSS for RT4Ruby 2 test drive Nagira v0.2.5 release It's UNIX my dear Watson

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Ярило Yarylo, Jarilo me @ github me @ CPAN Dmytro (CV)

What's in the name -- Nagira?

When a while ago I was selecting name for my new project I didn’t have slightest idea that Nagira is actually somebody’s name.

Nagira sounded to me as a name, I thought it was more like a female name, maybe of Persian origins. It was a bit of surprize for me to type ‘nagira’ in google and see more than 100 000 hits.

So, I’ve discovered that ‘Nagira’ is a name, but not female, and not Persian, but rather Japanese and male.

So, today on my way to work I see this real life example – Nagira’s concert in Asakusa Jinja.

Below you can see references to the project of mine: Nagira — Nagios RESTful API.


Dmytro Kovalov (

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дмитро ковальов
dmytro @ github