The vast majority of my projects are open source and can be found on GitHub. This is a list of projects I’ve written or contributed to in some way. I love discussing them, so feel free to ask me about them.
Read the Docs is a site for building and hosting sphinx documentation. The main goal of it is to lower the barrier to writing docs as much as possible. The idea is that if there is free hosting, automated building, and easy to select themes developers would write docs. Once they are written maintaining them is easy because when you push your docs are automatically rebuilt.
What I did for the project:
ZenIRCBot is a IRC bot that works a bit differently than your standard bot. Features (and interesting to implement things) include:
GitHub Repo Widget is a Firefox add-on that I wrote because I was on bad internet and wanted faster access to my issue tracker.
webhook-relay is a service I was architecting to fill a hole in gluing webhooks together as well as making webhooks more robust.
Fabric is a library to make remote system management easier. While I’ve not directly contributed to Fabric, I have run multiple code sprints for it.
That would be this. I have it up on GitHub because it is easier to maintain there. It is written in ReStructured Text using sphinx so I can host it on Read the Docs. This way I get a clean looking resume that I can export as a PDF, or just directly link to.
I was inspired by another user who has his resume on Read The Docs as well!