This is a comprehensive list of all of the projects I am, or have been, working on. Some of these repos are unlisted, because I don’t want many unfinished messes to obstruct real projects.
- Stonecutter is an IDE for Minecraft datapack development. It was created mostly as a way to get to know Electron, but we’re hoping to get it working before finishing with it.
- Bumblebee is my attempt at a beginner-friendly language with good syntax. It’s also my first attempt at creating a language.
- ihst is an ultra-minimalist image hosting software solution, coded in Python using Flask. It might be my first ever “real project” that I finish. The rationale behind its creation is documented here, if anyone’s interested.
- echode was a joke that went too far: a text editor inspored by echo. No redos, no looking at other lines, no nothing.
- omeralef.com was a birthday gift for my good friend, Omer Alef. It pairs disturbing pictures of them with an out-of-context quote of theirs (though no context can make them sound sensible).
- tasm-terminal was a shell script I whipped up for myself to hook DOSBOX output to the Linux terminal, because I needed it for class. Now I’ve decided not to bother (neither with the script nor the class).
- batchful was a file sorter script my friend wrote in batch, and I ported it to bash. I didn’t know bash. Porting this script was an incredibly fulfilling project, but now I can’t be arsed to do the one last thing I want from it.
- Steve is Tired was a game me and a couple of friends made for the Brackeys Game Jam 2020.2. Fun fact – we never actually playtested the final game from start to finish! It doesn’t work. We’re not gonna fix any bugs, because it’s a piece of history now. #neverforget
- talkbcc was abandoned before even starting development: I was too invested in coming up with a cool name, docs and CSS, that I’d forgotten I don’t know REST, let alone the fact that this type of service can’t be hosted on sr.ht Pages. The project is not hosted anywhere, but it’s stored locally in case I want to revisit it.