I occasionally write some software, but mostly due to not having enough time, it is usually left in a half finished state.
You can find most of if on GitLab or
GitHub. Here is a short list with some comments
A tool to search, edit and process vallency lexicon data.
A small helper tool to populate my LaTeX bibliographies from a central database.
Yet Another statiK site generator. This one was written in the Himalayas (in Leh) and is used to power this site and nothing else.
Python Browser Console
Some older stuff
A pastebin-like django app allowing inline comments. A live version can be found on AppEngine
A Qt "clone" of the IDLE Python shell. It has some nice features (inline scipy plots, nice autocompletion, history saving),
but at the moment it also has a lot of bugs. I had grand plans for it, but too little time. If you want a nice modern shell,
A FUSE filesystem for Google's PicasaWeb service. Mostly functional, but occasionally crashes.
A PDF annotation tool. Written when Okular
did not have pdf annotation support and the maintainer wasn't very friendly.
has great support (although, e.g., the version
of the poppler library in Ubuntu 12.04 Precise is too old, this ppa
helps) and even the free versions
of Adobe Reader (only on widows, though) allow commenting.
This is the software that generated most interest. It
was a utility which could proxy tcp connections through skype. Although it was only a proof of concept
and barely worked for light ssh connections, people were interested in it. Nowadays there are better solutions
(e.g. telepathy tubes
) and I am not even sure the program
works with the latest version of skype. Nevertheless, the link points to the sources and there is also a
Chess for Skype
Play chess with your skype buddies. I have no idea, whether it works with newer versions of skype.
I myself only played one or two games with it. Most of my friends on skype don't play chess.
It has a windows installer