(Free and) Open Source
I believe in free and open source software (FOSS), so I dedicate a significant amount of time and effort to this end.
Here are some projects I’ve contributed to:
- The Chapel programming language is designed for parallel computing at scale. I package the compiler for Arch Linux, and have contributed multiple routines to built in modules.
- fortran-lang is a community effort to polish and modernize the Fortran programming language. Efforts include a package manager and a standard library (to which I’ve contributed routines for linear algebra).
- I’ve contributed bug fixes to configurations for the i3 window manager version of the EndeavourOS Linux distribution.
- I wrote xmpl to provide useful and understandable examples for Linux commands, right at your fingertips on the command line. You can also write your own examples for quick reference if you don’t like mine.
- beets organizes local music collections, including autotagging and so much more. I contributed an interface to match single tracks using Discogs.