On this website you can find details of my software projects and articles on various computer related topics.
I develop web solutions all the time. I am interested in web standards, usability, accessibility, responsive web design and similar everyday challenges. I prefer to take advantages of new browser features as soon as they are supported by major browsers, backed up with a graceful degradation.
web references | web articles
I participate in Free Software development by promoting, translating, testing software, reporting problems or ideas, submitting patches and by helping other users. I release my programs under free software licenses.
I participate in making a free map of the world, OpenStreetMap. We go out with GPS or paper and pen, or often just draw over the available satellite imagery. Streets, turn restrictions, turn lanes, houses, shops, opening hours and basically everything you can see on the street.
osm articles | my osm kb site
Many years ago, I was an active coder on the C64 demoscene, under nickname Lion (CSDB), member of groups: Chaos, Chromance, Resource and Kempelen.
I write some articles and programs related to C64 and IDE64.
I have a site for my collection of Commodore related books and magazines (Hungarian).
c64 articles | my c64 books site | my ftp
Archiving historic documents is a very good opportunity in this digital era. By joining the DIY bookscanner community, building my own scanner and researching the excellent DjVu format, I can participate in this work.
book scan articles | my djvu site.
|djvu.hu||DjVu document format info in Hungarian.||Pico CMS||up and running|
|OpenStreetMap Hungary||The freely editable and usable map's local site (and also doing a lot of mapping).||HTML||started|
|OpenStreetMap tips||Help articles for mappers, in Hungarian.||WPS CMS||started|
|render(myMap)||Allows to render and print small areas for mapping by walking and drawing on the printed paper.||PHP||started|
|WPS Web Publishing System||Proprietary, user friendly, standards friendly web CMS||ASP.NET/C#||available|