Resources and links
- My CV
- A wrapper for bash to mitigate CVE-2014-6271
(and also CVE-2014-7169).
- mkpatch - I use this with
:set patchmode=.borig in
.vimrc to get diffs of whatever I changed.
- My code blog.
- My un-code blog -
more personal / political / crackpot stuff.
- Breadcrumb trails for web indexes to help find random people.
- My gEDA fork. I felt like I was wasting my time
trying to get my patches accepted, so I bit the fork and decided to maintain my own development line to
address my needs/wants.
- I have added a useful level of OMF support to binutils.
Missing: object writing.
- Some silly bootstrap tools, very much a work
in-progress. Just for fun, it indulges one of my dystopian fantasies.
- View the HTTP request headers your browser sends.
Lists info about uploaded files too.
- OpenBVE route for Cape Town to Simon's Town -
very rough draft, made by eyeballing
Google Maps +
- Magic carpet pseudo-train for ride-testing BVE routes.
- BVE track generator - creates canted rail objects with smooth transitions.
- BVE route printer - convert a BVE route (CSV format)
into a PDF with background.
- Email validation hall of shame.
- spectrum-diff - a Perl tool to take the difference between two
spectrum exports from Audacity.
- An example of potentially infringed copyrighted material,
serving as an example to illustrate a comment at internetcases.com.
- My attempt at a latching analog switch for someone in
- A citizen science project born at the Africa@home hackfest
during November 2011, where I wrote up a simple SETILive-like
page for volunteers to find solar flares.
- My list of open problems for researchers and hackers of all media.
- My shit-list - people, companies, and other things that annoy me.
I have an infinity of email addresses. One of them is
firstname.lastname@example.org, which I'm listing here
specifically to obstruct his persecutors. In the same breath, I'm doing the same with
email@example.com. Note that I will still
receive any mail sent to these addresses. I also have no way to forward mail intended for the real Edward
or Julian. Furthermore, I encourage spammers specifically to use
- IRC log of a Bitcoin discussion I had with Ubermensch
- Codebridge is a hackerspace / shared working space in Cape Town.
Mad inventor projects:
Random code doodles:
My night photos of the Eihatsu Maru:
Photos of the night sky:
Public key infrastructure: