This week has been about cybersecurity countermeasures, web colours, an alternative to HTTPie, an easy TeX/LaTeX, and in-process document store and CLAs in open source.
A CLI tool to make HTTP requests heavily inspired by HTTPie without the burden of Python.
A self-contained TeX/LaTeX engine with automatic pulling for new LaTeX packages. By far, it's the least painful way to compile LaTeX documents I found.
An in-process document store with single-file approach a-la SQLite.
A knowledge base of cybersecurity countermeasures. Also worth checking out ATT&CK, a knowledge base of adversary tactics and techniques based on real-world observations.
An article on Contributor License Agreements (CLA), copyright and their impact on open source.
An article on the the current colour space limitations in the Web architecture and the plans to change that.