Projects

I'm trying to move away from relying on any one forge (e.g. GitHub, GitLab, etc.) for project hosting, so here's a rundown of some of the little open source projects I have scattered around the web right now.

Some of them have their own issue trackers — feel free to tell me about bugs or make pull requests there — but you can also send me bugs, comments or patches at projects@erambler.co.uk.


Active

Projects that can be considered current: I may or may not have made any significant changes to them recently, but I certainly use them and I would love it if you did too!

mxadm

A simple CLI interface to basic Matrix room admin tasks.

Template iPython magics 🎩

This package provides simple IPython magics to render cells as templates in a variety of different templating languages. It currently supports Mako and Jinja2.

remarkable-scripts

A small collection of useful scripts for users of reMarkable paper tablets.


Dormant

Projects that I've started and done some work on, often to the point of a working prototype, and that I intend to develop further, but which haven't seen any love recently.

pyrefine

Execute OpenRefine JSON scripts without OpenRefine (or Java).

csvy-python

Read CSVY (https://csvy.org/) data packages from Python.


Experiments & toys

Things that were done to try something out, or to do a very simple job that I no longer need.

  • doi2oa

  • altmedals2012

  • runkeeper-data

  • Shipton Mill queue checker


Educational examples

Things that simply exist to demonstrate for others how a thing can be done.

  • binder-nix-flakes

  • zenodo-example-py


Abandoned

Stuff that I started and used for a while, but which no longer serve any purpose for me. Feel free to learn from these or fork them as the basis for something of your own

dropbox-conflicts-el

An emacs package to detect conflicted copies of files in your Dropbox on open. https://github.com/jezcope/dropbox-conflicts-el


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