Google me. The
vast majority of the geeky results appear to be me, and none of the
non-geek ones. And the beauty of the web is that I get to be taken
out of context as well.
The obligatory resume.
From the judging-a-book-by-its-cover department, see my mugshots.
A history of VisionFS
These are old but somehow still popular:
Some software that is my fault that I still maintain:
- Another Python SQLite Wrapper. This is tight binding to SQLite and is not compatible with DBAPI.
- JIA Mini Python
- Implementation of a useful subset of Python in Java and Objective C,
primarily intended for mobile apps.
Some software handed off to others:
- A program for manipulating contacts, calendars, wallpapers,
ringtones and the embedded filesystem 2003 to 2007 era cell phones.
- IMAP Spam Begone
- A tool that scans your IMAP Inbox with SpamAssassin
- Dotamatic (2004)
- A program that allows you to print out images across many sheets of
paper, using a variety of styles for the
pixels. It was inspired by The Rasterbator (which has only one style).
- UML Builder (2003)
- A tool for installing common Linux distributions for use with user
- mod SKAS 3 (2002)
- A kernel patch that speeds up User Mode Linux considerably ported to
being a module. Use at your own risk! This is now very obsolete.