This is a list of projects I work on in my spare time.
Active and Personal
- moap is the swiss army knife for project maintainers.
- morituri is a CD ripper aiming for accuracy over speed. Among other things,
it has support for MusicBrainz, AccurateRip, and rips
Hidden Track One Audio.
- is a package build system for rpms. It is known to work on Red Hat-based
distributions as well as a number of other RPM distros, and even works on
Debian and Ubuntu systems.
- savon is a tool that uses subversion to manage and store parts of your
file system. It is useful for admins to store root file system
customizations, and for normal users to store their configuration when
they use multiple machines.
- DocBook/XML template
- is a template tarball for DocBook/XML documentation projects.
- Autostar Sandbox
- is an environment to quickly test .m4 macros and other autotool-related
things in. It comes with a bunch of simple tests that are designed to
test for one specific feature only. The resulting stuff is easy to
copy and paste into other projects.
Active and Group
I'm a contributor to GStreamer. I work on audio plug-ins,
some core code, clean-ups, documentation, build system and packaging.
I'm a core developer and maintainer of Flumotion, a streaming server
based on GStreamer and Twisted.
I contributed a bunch of patches to Pychecker and ended up being roped into
being a co-maintainer.
Paisley is a Twisted API to interact with CouchDB. I became maintainer
through the last-touched rule by default. Not sure yet what to make of that.
- The Dave/Dina Project
- is a media box project. The goal is to have a computer attached to your
TV and controlled by a remote to play any sort of media you can throw at
it. It is also supposed to have some other functions that make sense
(video recorder, video phone, ...)
- is a set of multimedia goodies for Nautilus, GNOME's graphical file
browser. It provides an audio view, an audio property page, and a
video thumbnailer, all using GStreamer.
- is a network auto-detector that uses ARP to find known MAC/IP address
combinations. It allows you to just plug in your laptop to a network
connector and set appropriate configuration for the detected network.
- is an iptables ruleset applier. It uses a simple perl-style configuration
file which easily allows you to set up complex rules.
- is a library that implements the UECP-490 protocol to interface with
RDS encoders used in FM broadcastingg.
- X Message Daemon
- is a simple daemon that uses Xlib to display transparant colored
information based on a client. It comes with a simple log scanner
client and a POP3 e-mail notification client.