I like to support open-source, but I also don’t like to publish crappy code (I’ve done that a lot) and I’m paranoid of losing out on a good idea by open-sourcing my projects. As a result, I tend to be a little secretive with what I’ve been working on. I’m trying to combat that at the same time I’m working on a new system for administrating my server and services.
So, without further ado, the most recently opened up code is under Temporary on my Gitea instance. Largely, this data can be categorized into the following ideas:
- An HTML parser aimed at use in a bookmark importing system, intended to be used in a bookmark service to be written.
- An “emulated computer” idea for Love2d. The most recent code isn’t published just yet, and isn’t “done” enough for release, but there are several iterations of this concept in various forms (mostly not working too well).
- Additional UI library work, primarily because Pop.Box has failed in its original goal and I need to orchestrate a replacement for it.
- “Other” smaller ideas.
Additionally, Idea! is straight up for sharing ideas, and Microservices is for my upcoming work on using microservices for my web services and tools. (And as always, there is Abandoned for primarily game jam entries, and very old or over-ambitious projects.)