This website contains my professional references, contact info and blog posts about my software projects, including but not limited to HTML/CSS, web development, CMS systems, OpenStreetMap, Commodore 64, IDE64 (ex: Xaraya CMS, OpenMoko). For more extensive information on certain topics, please see the list of my websites on the sidebar.
Ever wondered what extra files you might have on your harddisk, left there by once installed programs or deprecated packages left there by distro upgrades? Try this little script to hunt them down.
This is an detailed description of this site's Xaraya configuration. The article describes basic configuration and some advanced solutions as well. If you want to achieve something similar in your Xaraya and you need help, feel free to contact me.
This Perl script is an integration of other 2 scripts, allows users to spellcheck UTF-8 encoded XML files. The script is designed to spellcheck Xaraya CMS translations, but you can use it for other UTF8-XML files too. The source code is pre-configured for checking Xaraya files (e.g. default XML node names).
ai64 allows you to comvert complete directory structures containing c64 programs into IDE64 compatible copy of the whole structure. For example try running it on a complete copy of Arnold Game Archive, before burning a CD for IDE64 usage. Most of the archive will be converted to prg and d64 files. The program is licensed under GPL v3.
Latest version: v1.4, released on 25th of March, 2010.
No, I did not get bored on analizing other websites and started doing so on mine, but I need a short article to share some techical details about this site and give proper credits to the makers.
The development of the web killed frames, framesets. This is very great, frames just did not work, no details here, there were so many people explaining it before. But now, there is something stinking with IFRAMEs as well.
The IDE64 device is a great invention, replacing the old, slow and expensive hard disk extensions for the Commodore 64. IDE64 is a card for the expansion port with a great re-programmable firmware, and you can connect any IDE HD, CD or even Zip drive as you wish or have.