Reading Time: 2 minutes | Published: 2023-01-17 | Last Edited: 2023-06-09
Most of my projects are hosted on Sourcehut, but some of my older projects can also be found on NixNet’s Forgejo instance. I do have a Github account, but I don’t actually host any projects on it as I prefer more open platforms.
All of these projects were created to scratch an itch.
Active projects ¶
These are what I’m currently focusing on.
earl (2022-01-01) (Go)
I take a lot of hand-written notes and wanted a quick way to write down web references. I was unsatisfied with all of the current URL shortener implementations so I decided to write my own.
Finished projects ¶
These are projects that I consider “finished”. I might fix the occasional bug, but they meet my needs as they are and I will not be adding major swaths of code to introduce new features.
rss2fedi (2023-06-01) (Go)
Looks at a provided RSS feed, converts the HTML to plaintext, truncates to 100 words, shoves those words into a templated, and posts to fedi. Supports authenticating with Akkoma, Pleroma, and Mastodon. Patches for additional platforms are welcome.
opml2md (2023-05-01) (Go)
Takes an OPML file exported from an RSS reader, turns it into bulleted lists of subscriptions (ignoring particular sections if desired), and shoves those lists into a templated Markdown file. It's in use on the feeds page.
p2c (2023-04-05) (Go)
Generates cover images for Hugo sites using the page's frontmatter, the site's global config, and file's metadata. It's written in Go and generates images using Gio, a cross-platform GUI framework. It generates the cover images for most of the pages and posts on this site.
go-webring (2021-12-18) (Go)
Future projects ¶
Tools I want but that I haven’t necessarily had time to start on yet
Alternative Bond Touch client/server
The official app is just an unusable pile of trash. I want to reverse-engineer the bracelet's Bluetooth protocol and implement my own client/server. Client functionality will be strictly limited to sending/receiving touches and matching touch patterns with user-defined messages. Server functionality will be strictly limited to transferring touches between devices.
Abandoned projects ¶
Unfinished tools I don’t plan to finish