duplicitybackup.sh – a helper script to manage duplicity backups

I frequently use duplicity to create encrypted (incremental) backups and upload them to a offsite ftp server. Duplicity is a great utility for creating encrypted incremental backups and saving them locally or pushing to a number of different kinds of remote sites. However some of the commands are somewhat cumbersome, long and not the easiest . . . → Read More: duplicitybackup.sh – a helper script to manage duplicity backups

HowTo import beanstalk or springloops repository to bitbucket

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I have a few beanstalk and springloops hosted git repositories. These are great online hosted git/svn/mercurial repositories, with cool deployment features for pushing to multiple servers. However, the free accounts are limited to a single private repository per account, obviously paid accounts don’t have these limitations (prices start at about $10/month). I’ve managed to work . . . → Read More: HowTo import beanstalk or springloops repository to bitbucket