When I have enough free time, I attempt to create projects and write tools aimed to facilitate the consistency between my personal machines. I also want to minimize the raising obfuscation, that is encouraged by the current software ecosystem. Here a short summary:
Minimalistic and readable file format designed to draft documentations in plain text files. The content can be exported to HTML.
My portable configurations along with scripts meant to be deployed on the computers I own and manipulate.
envypn is a bitmap font inspired by "Envy Code R". It was created from scratch, on a hot summer day in 2012. I wanted a readable non-Xft font, for my terminals. It supports ISO-8859-1 & ISO-8859-2. This image shows common characters. There is a topic on the ArchLinux forum.
The standalone tarball includes an install script, with version ≥ 1.6.1.
A script to display some information about the current system.
Tiny tool to rotate system logs.Sources
A simple and efficient way to create/maintain/install packages across all your machines (a indispensible tool for distrohoppers).
Experimental Linux distribution/environment for embedded hardware supporting several architectures. Intended to be trivial to use.
Hackable shell script to generate static web pages, using UNIX utilities. This website is powered by it.