stuff I worked on


justask Ruby
A Q&A platform similar to Formspring. The biggest fork of it is Retrospring. Other forks existed as well (such as Modernspring), but those are defunct now.
AgentSmith Crystal
An IRC server that is actually a Matrix client. Use your favourite IRC client to communicate with the Matrix.
IrrerrC C++
A Qt5 IRC client.
3words PHP
Let your friends say three words about you. Example installation
Empyrean Ruby
Generate full stats of your account with your Twitter Archive.
nblog Ruby
A simple microblogging software.
foxbox C++
My personal Qt5 and libopenmpt-based player for tracked music.
foxtracker Ruby
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.
xmpvis D
A visualiser for tracked music played back through libxmp.
hue-control.el Emacs Lisp
Control your Philips® Hue™ lamps using the power of Emacs. Demo video
hue_exporter Crystal
A basic Prometheus exporter for metrics from a Philips® Hue™ system. I use this for observing the temperature and light levels in my flat.


DraDiWaBo Crystal
A Telegram bot for notifying you about nice deals of a certain web site.
twittbot Ruby
A powerful Twitter bot framework. Read more
botter Ruby
An IRC bot.
butter Crystal
A very rrerrNet Matrix bot.

entertainment CoffeeScript Ruby
A public WebM directory. Source code
crash-game D
A clone of an arcade game I used to play when I was a kid.
armagetron-stats D
An online leaderboard page for the game Armagetron Advanced.
An example installation is running at
P.N.S CoffeeScript HTML
An arcade-style shooting game in HTML5.
Hexe Ruby
A witch for your *nix terminal.
initial.d D
A Toyota AE86 for your *nix terminal. HTML JavaScript
420 HTML JavaScript
All you know is wrong…


shellcheck pre-commit hook Shell
Runs shellcheck on your modified shell scripts before committing to git.
mdlatex Ruby
A Markdown to LaTeX converter built on top of redcarpet.
droetker Shell
A static site generator written in sh(1). It’s really fast and only seems to work on FreeBSD (or with BSD userland). Not recommended for production use. I actually used it for this website before switching back to Jekyll.
JSONfs Ruby
Browse your JSON objects using your favourite file explorer. Because you never knew you did not want to.

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