Over the years I have written and released several pieces of software, most frequently for users of GNU/Linux. Here is a brief summary of the most popular, useful, and mature projects.
asql allows you to query logfiles, created by Apache/nginx, via SQL.
Chronicle is a static-blog generator, written in perl, used to build my blog, and supports commenting.
- LUA code
This is probably a little obsolete, but I continue to enjoy the Lua language & ecosystem.
A replication-friendly filesystem, written using FUSE, which stores all files/directories in a redis store.
Slaughter is a configuration-management tool akin to Puppet, Chef, or CFengine, although it benefits from a simpler architecture and the powerful properties of Perl.
A trivial CSS library, used upon this site amongst others.
A golang file upload and hosting utility, perfect for sharing files with friends.
A static-site generator, which converts a series of files and directories into a HTML website. Templer is used to build this site, as well as many others I host.
- Xen-Shell / Xen-Tools
I created these two related projects, but now they are now hosted elsewhere with new maintainers.
These links remain for historic interest:
I no longer develop software for Microsoft Windows, or even use it, but when I did I found several ports of Unix software useful: