Private Raspberry Pi SSH Backup Server
- LINK COMING SOON
- Description: Currently working towards setting my raspberry pi as an automated backup server for all my computers. Possibly also a development hub, as I do work or a variety of machines.
Arch Linux Installation
- LINK COMING SOON
- Description: I have been spending way too much time playing around with dotfiles.
- Description: Not really a useful project but the hours that have gone into creating a stable wayland based development/everyday use environment on arch linux are quickly pilling up.
Moderatly minimal install: Not quite suckless Level, but minimal enough to lightweight, quick to install, while still having applications the accomplish everyday tasks.
Notifications with icons for system information: Information about system functions will be presented in the form of notifications. Most, if not all key-bindings will notify you of any background processes, or if anything has gone wrong.
Organized for easy tinkering: It can be a pain when your configuration files and programs are scattered across your hard drive, the current file tree map is as follows:
├── .bash_profile Links to .bashrc ├── .bashrc Bash configuration file ├── .config/ Containes most applicaions configuration files │ ├── aliasrc All bash aliases │ ├── i3blocks/ │ │ └── scripts/ Containes all scripts related to statusbar │ │ functions │ ├── wallpaper.png Symlinked to the selected background image in │ ~/.config/wallpapers ├── .local/ │ ├── share/ │ │ └── .icons/ Contains all icons used for notifications │ ├── bin/ Contains all executables, listed in $PATH │ └── misc/ │ ├── install-scripts/ Contains various scripts used to install things │ │ that may be considered useful. │ └── systemd-files/ Contains all custom service for systemd ├── .profile: Links to .bashrc └── README.md: This document.
- Description: I enjoy playing incremental games, so I decided to try my hand at creating one.
- Description: I wrote a static web page generator to handle the creation of
html webpages for a class in digital media that I took. I know that there are
lots of already made markdown to html generators out there, but I wanted to try
my hand at text processing, that and when I informed my teacher that this was my
plan, he agreed to let me generate the text from markdown so long as I wrote the
generator and tuned it to his specifications. Overall it was a great project. I
wrote it in
bashso that it would be easy to get up and running, but if I were to do it over again, I would try using
C++just to up the challange level a little bit.
Static Generated Website
- Description: This is the source code for the website that you are currently looking at. I created this using hugo as it fit my needs best at the time. Now that I have a working version of the site that is satisfactory to say the least, the next phase in the project is to create a fully functioning web page that stores all data in either plain text, or markdown files. This will allow for easier updating and migrating to other formats and locations. Although Hugo works great for now, there are things I wish operated differently, and I can use this as an opportunity to learn more about databases and content management.