Open Source

Quantum Hasher

This is a port of the glorious Password Hasher Firefox extension to Firefox Quantum. This works in both Firefox for Desktop and Firefox for Android. The extension lives at the Firefox Add-ons page, but the source is available online as well.

Pelican

Pelican is an open-source static site publishing tool powered by Python. I used to use it as a blogging engine.

I contributed a few commits to it in 2015.

prwlock

Frustrated with the lack of a process-based reader-writer lock in Python, I implemented my own library with support for rwlocks. Its source code currently lives on github and it has a PyPI package as well.

The implementation details are available in this site.

OSv

I contributed some code to the OSv library operating system a while ago.

'roles': ['Contributor'],
'tools': ['C++11'],

Link to commits:

Mercurial

Mercurial is a free, distributed source control management tool. I worked on it as part of the Google Summer of Code 2010 program.

'roles': ['Contributor'],
'tools': ['C', 'Python'],

Python

I contributed to a few issues in the Python interpreter, at a time they weren’t using distributed version control systems.

'roles': ['Contributor'],
'tools': ['C', 'Python'],

Issues:

dropline GNOME

I was a developer of dropline GNOME, a GNOME distribution for Slackware Linux for almost 5 years, from 2004 to 2009.

Development occurs at sourceforge.net. I deleted my account a while back, but there are some messages of mine in the development list.

The Battle for Wesnoth

This is a free, turn-based tactical strategy game with a high fantasy theme that I very much enjoyed playing.

I contributed to the Portuguese translation efforts of an ancient version of the game. My name is still in the wiki.