🎮 A one man effort to produce an open source, intuitive and high performance Dwarf Fortress-esque game. Needs a name.
I filled my own need with https://howsyourblank.com.
I have a minor, but chronic medical condition I am trying to get in check, and I just wanted something incredibly simple to identify good and bad days. I was inspired by "year in pixels" calendars.
And I took the opportunity to try out Userbase and build something with a secure backend and no tracking, considering the potentially sensitive nature of it.
No plans for monetization at the moment. I could see adding more features such as tracking multiple data points, stats, correlations, notes, etc., and creating a premium version. I would need more users and feedback.
OPS - Build and Run Open Source Unikernels. Quickly and easily build and deploy open source unikernels in tens of seconds. Deploy in any language to any cloud.
Simple version control made for tracking single files
I've always found various solutions that use git for sharing configuration files cumbersome. I set out to make my own simple version control system, and a lightweight web application where I can browse and edit them remotely. The main idea is that paths are aliased to simple names, so I can say `dotfile pull i3` and it will install https://dotfilehub.com/knoebber/i3 to ~/.config/i3/config
Overall the project is stable and I use it daily for all sorts of miscellaneous files.
A GPU-accelerated differentiable fluid simulator written in JAX.
A couple on and off, but most recently a GPU-accelerated differentiable fluid simulator: https://github.com/maxwells-daemons/deltaflow
serial-based, nodejs-backed, remote code execution system
I'm working on a system hand off nodejs workloads over a serial port to another machine running some host software.
My intent is to easily write Internet-connected software for old machines where a host machine is doing all of the heavy lifting. I have been messing with 68k Macintosh systems first. The code is very much a work in progress that I am actively chipping away at, and not in a usable state just yet. I write a lot of nodejs professionally but haven't used C since college so its been a fun project.
nodejs software for the "modern" machine: https://github.com/CamHenlin/coprocessor.js
C software (targeted at a 68k mac) for the "slow" machine: https://github.com/CamHenlin/retro68-coprocessorjs-test
A StackOverflow / Reddit / Disqus / Talkyard clone
Open source recursive Kanban board https://github.com/hpennington/kanception
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Build yourself a private self-hosted full-stack personal cloud system.
This CloudFromScratch, right? https://github.com/technomada/cloud-from-scratch
I have a document for myself where I note down what I believe to be future industries — trying to time the market. In the same way you might've timed the market in the early part of the previous decade by betting on remote working becoming a pretty viable option (hindsight is 20/20 tho!)
Self-hosted for privacy reasons, to me, is like a bomb waiting to explode. Just like covid accelerated our habits around healthcare (Perhaps future generations will look down on those who don't wear a mask when one catches a cold, the same way we look down on those who don't wash their hands after using the toilet... but in the 17th century that wasn't a thing), I believe mass privacy-awareness will come with a major leak/event.
Looking forward to Apr 1st (if the beta is launched there and it won't be just April Fools' lol!
P.S: Feedback for feedback, if you're down? https://bychgroup.com/price-unlock/
Archivy is a self-hosted knowledge repository that allows you to safely preserve useful content that contributes to your own personal, searchable and extendable wiki.
I'm working on Archivy  - a knowledge management system built around extensibility.
Lucene based search application to search your own history (notes, papers, browser history)
I came across that app a little while ago - it definitely inspired my current side project! https://github.com/SaahilClaypool/SearchStory which is a similar locally-hosted web app with a Lucene search index
Clendar - universal calendar app. Written in SwiftUI. Available on App Store. MIT License.
I have been working on a universal Calendar app for Apple platforms, as iOS, iPadOS, watchOS and macOS specifically; named Clendar. 
My goal is to learn SwiftUI and explore new Apple technologies.
The app is now open source on GitHub as well, it's my way to give back to the community as I was learning it. 
 Download link: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/clendar-a-calendar-app/id15481
 Landing page: https://vinhnx.github.io/clendar-site
 GitHub: https://github.com/vinhnx/Clendar
An open database for stadia games
I've been busy with a couple of projects
With a friend I build Kameleont.me ( https://kameleont.me/ ) - A link "shortener" where the url redirects to diffrent targets based on device or OS.
On my own I build SOGDb ( https://sogdb.com/ ) - An open database for all available Stadia games with filtering options for local/online multiplayer support and such.
Scinna is a self-hosted screenshot sharing site (by scinna)
I'm building Scinna (https://scinna.app/)
It aims at being a fully featured server app to share screenshots, and will be having a desktop and android client. The far-far end goal is to have something as good as ShareX but self-hosted and cross platform. The client will feature a toolbox as the one found in ShareX which I really love but with the added benefit of allowing plugins to enrich it
Syncs YouTube channels and playlists to a locally hosted media server
I've been working on and off on TubeSync, a PVR for YouTube:
Productionized NHL hockey model predictions with Django fontend
I wrote a bit about it in a blog post over the summer: http://everettsprojects.com/2020/08/18/modeling-the-nhl-bett...
There are other posts on my blog about this project. There are links directly to them in the GitHub README: https://github.com/evjrob/bayes-bet#associated-blog-posts
Exfiltrate files via QR codes
qrxfil: file exfiltration across airgaps using QR codes.
Splits files across multiple QR codes for “sending” across air-gapped computer systems. Generates numbered PNG files to scan.
The codes contain metadata about chunk number (e.g. “007 of 078”) to enable out-of-order scanning.
It's a fun way to learn Rust, and a great trick to get terrified looks from security folks.
Github action to print relevant stats about Pull Request reviewers
A Github action to print relevant stats about the pull request reviewers in team: https://github.com/flowwer-dev/pull-request-stats
Archivy v1.6 - Extensible Self-Hosted Knowledge Management, allowing integration of web content and both hierarchical and tag organizations
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How I Manage My Knowledge
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How do you manage your knowledge?
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Archivy is open source and self-hosted software that allows you to build your personal, searchable and extensible knowledge wiki.
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Archivy is a self-hosted knowledge repository that allows you to safely preserve useful content that contributes to your own personal, searchable and extensible wiki.
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