Warez dumped here
Most of the software I've written in my free time is left around here.
Most of it is scripts and small toys, since major projects are tied into
Async's work. Feel free to use anything here. I would license this all
through the GPL if I believed it was that important, but as far as I
care you can do whatever you want with it. Current version is indicated
in [braces] next to link.
- Kiwi (formerly
KUI) is a graphical framework for developing applications with graphical
user interfaces. It's a set of classes and wrappers for PyGTK that were
developed to provide a sort of framework for applications. Roughly
modeled on Smalltalk's MVC, Kiwi is not just a research project: its
intention is becoming a practical and simple way to make building a UI
the easiest and clearest possible. Kiwi was primarily designed to make
implementing the UI for Stoq easier, and it is released under the LGPL.
Ionax [v0.31] is a webpage sizer; works by measuring the
HTML and inline dependencies. This is a great tool for checking how big
the webpages you develop are. I only wish somebody at globo.com would use it and realize a
page with 160K isn't usable at all. Ionax currently requires netcat, hobbit's
invention, so grab it here. I use ionax to
power my Page sizes report [not ready yet].
PHPresent [v0.1,GPL] is a simple set
of PHP files that create Web presentations for you. It's aimed to be
ridiculously simple to create a decent-looking presentation, and you're
free to hand-hack the code at will.
Diery [v0.3] is a set of scripts to publish
my diary online. I've found keeping one is a great way of remembering
what you're doing, but I hated having to run a special interface to
update it. I now use a simple text file in a simple format, and run it
through diery's awk and sed scripts to produce my
DL [v0.1] is a contraption for automatic
downloading with an email and gtk interface. Downloads are requested to
to a server, and through cron they are leeched from time to time. You
can have permanent downloads. Results are dropped in a common directory
and status is emailed convenienly to you.
These bookmark folders should be saved locally to an HTML file and
imported into your Mozilla/Netscape Bookmarks (see the Manage Bookmarks
dialog for that). Bookmark Folders for:
Async Bugzilla |
Async Documentation |
Though this isn't exactly software, where should I put it? These links
particular site. I've put together these based on the googlet
button. Click on one of the links below for a sample of what I mean.
Oh, you can add these links to your Personal Toolbar Folder (Netscape or
Mozilla) and they'll work as standalone search clients.