I do a lot of things... so here is a small listing of projects or other stuff that's worth mentioning
A fun little plug-in for Qmmp that exports your playlist to a HTML file, similar to the ones Winamp used to create.
Another plug-in for Qmmp, this one lets it integrate better with the macOS desktop. It also makes the media keys (e.g. play/pause) work.
My personal Qt5 and libopenmpt-based player for tracked music. Read more
Some Crystal bindings to some parts of the TagLib C++ library.
A visualiser for tracked music played back through libxmp.
A tool to render each pattern of a Renoise song to PNG.
Just a stupid little Ruby parser for several tracker file formats. Right now it only supports FastTracker II modules, but support for more formats is on the way. Some day™.
Control your Philips® Hue™ lamps using the power of Emacs.
A basic Prometheus exporter for metrics from a Philips® Hue™ system. I use this for observing the temperature and light levels in my flat.
A personal Telegram bot. It reposts images from reddit links shareed to the chat.
A Matrix <-> IRC bridge/bot. Read more
A very rrerrNet Matrix bot.
An IRC bot.
A Telegram bot for notifying you about nice deals of a certain web site.
A powerful Twitter bot framework. Read more
Wordle for Word 97. I’ve been told it still works in the latest Word release.
A public WebM directory. Source code
A clone of an arcade game I used to play a lot when I was a kid.
An online leaderboard page for the game Armagetron Advanced.
An arcade-style shooting game in HTML5.
A witch for your *nix terminal.
A Toyota AE86 for your *nix terminal.
A collection of 3D models I made.
A Rails-like static page generator. This website was made with it.
shellcheck on your modified shell scripts before committing to git.
A Markdown to LaTeX converter built on top of redcarpet.
A static site generator written in
sh(1). It’s really fast and only seems
to work on FreeBSD (or at least with BSD userland). Not recommended for
production use. I actually used it for this website before switching back
to Jekyll… until I switched this site to FoxPage, of course.
Browse your JSON objects using your favourite file explorer. Because you never knew you did not want to.
A free and open source personal question and answer platform similar to Formspring.
An IRC server that is actually a Matrix client. Use your favourite IRC client to communicate with the Matrix.
A Qt5 IRC client.
Generate full stats of your account with your Twitter Archive.
A simple microblogging software.
Let your friends say three words about you.