There are several programming projects I'm playing with. This makes for a hodge-podge of links and I don't always take the time to make cleanly installable packages. Not good of me, I know.
If you have questions, feel free to email me.
The LookingGlass viewer now has it's own web site at http://lookingglassviewer.org and the sources are available in the OpenSimulator Project Forge. That place also collects bugs, features and other project management.
Dynamic loading of resources in Ogre is an artform. After wrestling with it for several weeks, I wrote up my solution in Dynamic Loading of Ogre Resources.
PlanetLab is a global research platform for distributed service research. Once part of the network (universities and companies join by donating computers to the network), once can create virtual machines all over the world to develop and test new concepts in wildly distributed applications.
I wrote two and run one service on PlanetLab:
- Distributed Services Management Toolkit : which manages the creation of virtual machines and the installation of services on PlanetLab nodes. There is a SourceForge project to support the sources and bug reports and a web site with documentation and status. THIS SERVICE IS NOT OPERATIONAL
- Planetary Scale Event Propagation and Routing : which is a publish/subscribe, XML eventing system. Built for pluggable routing implementations (it's a research platform after all) is currently provides a simple 'channel' subscription mechanism. There is a SourceForge project to support the sources and bug reports and a web site with documentation and status.
|X/Linux||xfaces||XWindows/Linux app that displays " picons" for mail in your mailbox. Load the Picon Database and run xfaces and you will have a mailbox view way better then xbiff. The project is now hosted at SourceForge so, get your sources and binaries is the real scoop at The Faces Project. The most recent version has been Gtk'ed and I've added POP and IMAP handling.|