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Here are some projects I'm working on.

gmid - fast, small and secure Gemini server

(If you're browsing this page over gemini this is the server that you're talking to.) A simple, secure, Gemini server for static content with CGI and FastCGI support. Written for fun with libtls.

Telescope - a w3m-like Gemini browser

Telescope is a w3m- and Emacs-inspired Gemini browser.

kamid - free, easy-to-use and portable 9p daemon

kamid is a FREE, easy-to-use and portable implementation of a 9p file server daemon for UNIX-like systems with a strong focus on security and correctness.

Emacs VC backend for Game of Trees

Got (shorts for “Game of Trees”) is a version control system. vc-got is an attempt to bring Got to Emacs.

My dotfiles

It’s not really a project *per se*, but it’s nice to share.

star-platinum - take control of your applications, one key at the time

It's a keybinding manager for X11. It lets you assign keys on other application and bind custom action to them. You can execute external commands or send fake keys. I'm using it to "emacs-ify" firefox, but can do more.

WebPKG - web-interface for the OpenBSD ports collection

CGI script to search for and visualise package from the OpenBSD port tree. Supports full-text search across the whole catalogue.

CREST - see your rest endpoints

Interactive REPL for HTTP requests with a simple and intuitive language.

sam.el - An editor for the best OS

sam.el is an implementation of the text editor sam from plan9 for emacs. It's still far, far away from being usable.

mymenu – a menu of mine

mymenu is a graphical menu for X11. It reads items from standard input (one per line) and present a window where the user can choose one (or more) item. It’s similar to dmenu, except it’s better (IMHO).

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