operating system design
Every now and then I day-dream of writing my own ideal system.
tui podcast client
tui version of my tide program
tui version of my weather program
tui network manager client
Maybe not network manager?
Literally just a TUI front-end for wf-recorder.
A web wormhole client.
A tui syncthing client. Connects to an existing syncthing daemon, or in standalone mode allows you to create and stop a daemon while the tool is running.
zoom and pan wm
Desktop paradigm supporting "zooming out" and "panning" around your windows.
I've wanted to make a minecraft clone since I first played it back in 2011.
tui calendar program
I've tried quite a few of the tui calendar tools, but I'm not really in love
with any of them and
cal itself is a bit lacking.
tui ascii art editor
Drawing ascii art in vim is a huge pain in the ass even with various plugins and
A tool for opening a youtube stream quickly. Opens a launcher like "books" which lists channels, and then lists active streams for the selected channel (or plays immediately if they only have one stream).
tui youtube client
Just a simple tui tool that lets you subscribe to channels, organize them with tags, show their latest video (or all their videos), and open them with your system video player.
For linux users without full fledged desktop environments.
A simple unixy daemon for gsconnect.
A unixy raw photo editor.
Email-based git project dependency checker.
Web to gemini portal.
Print battery percentage, run commands when falling below certain values.
Super fast boggle solver.
Takes a list of rectangles and arranges them in a larger rectangle with minimal overlaps. Kinda like the gnome overview screen.
Literally just a learn to type program.
URL shorteners are stupid, so lets make them even worse.
Program to record last 30 seconds when a button is pressed. Useful for jazzi when watching gymnasics.
fuji file sync
Simple file sync tool for fuji cameras (using the wireless mode).