How to contact me
Email to willkahngreene.jcVwC... . (Note that email address changes every few days.)
Software engineer, tester, project management, bug wrangler, build engineer, release engineer, support, and a lot of other stuff. I help maintain Linux and Windows platforms. I build Ubuntu packages. I maintain translations. I work with code contributors, translators, and packagers. I write documentation. I do a lot of work for Miro.
PyBlosxom is a lightweight file-based weblog system written originally in the spirit of Blosxom (but in Python), but has since evolved into its own project. It has flavours and plugins and a variety of ways to fit into your workflow and your website.
Maintainer, primary developer, tester, release engineer, build engineer, documentation writer, ...
OpenHatch is at http://openhatch.org/ .
I submit bugs and feature requests, write long-winded emails about the kinds of things I need to fulfill my selfish project desires, and try to direct development of the site towards total global domination.
libtorrent is a feature complete C++ bittorrent implementation focusing on efficiency and scalability. It runs on embedded devices as well as desktops. It boasts a well documented library interface that is easy to use. It comes with a simple bittorrent client demonstrating the use of the library.
The main goals of libtorrent are:
* to be cpu efficient
* to be memory efficient
* to be very easy to use
We use libtorrent-rasterbar in Miro. I file bugs, help with compile issues and I did some work on the Python bindings.
The idea of the Cheesecake project is to rank Python packages based on various empirical "kwalitee" factors, such as documentation availability, how well packaged it is, code, comments, pylint score, ...
It was Michal's GSOC 2007 project. I helped out with advice, thoughts, testing, and wrote a white paper on using Cheesecake to update an existing Python-based project.
Lyntin is a mature multi-platform multi-user-interface mud client written entirely in Python. It's also a framework on top of which you can code additional functionality to suit your needs.
Mainter and primary developer for many years. Stepped down in 2004, but then did some minor changes in 2008 and did a new release.
I worked on some feature enhancements to the feed preview page in January of 2008.