In my—albeit rather limited—pare time, I work on a few side projects. Some are programming projects, including programs and libraries. Others involve automating tasks that I perform frequently. I also do a lot of writing, although not all of my writing is public. Over the years, I've written a lot of stuff.
I think these are the projects I'm currently working on. I dabble in a lot of things these days, so it is hard to keep track.
md, a command line utility that converts rich Markdown to HTML. Unlike most Markdown → HTML converters, this one provides many extensions, including metadata and a template engine. The goal is to implement it entirely in C, but right now I have a prototype written in PHP. I will open-source this at some point and link it here if I can remember.
Many of my previous projects are long dead, mostly because I've moved on to other—more useful, I hope—things and because there was never any demand for them. I currently have an offline archive of all of my old projects, but they aren't available online at the present moment because I just completed a large server migration. I assure you though, there's nothing generally useful in my archive.
There are a few old projects of mine that I was particularly proud of at the time, and in hindsight, I still am proud of them, even though they are no longer maintained:
If you're interested in any of my old projects, don't hesitate to contact me I'd be more than happy to hand off any of the source code and explain it.
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