Here is a list of notable projects, information about each can be found in the located in the root directory of each project on GitHub.


This is a large collection of small projects and tests, all sorts of people have found something in here useful at some point. Most of the code is licensed under the GNU GPLv3. (GitHub link)


Part of the c-stuff repository, this is a simple command line beeping countdown timer. Despite its simplicity, it’s very useful. It can be found in the Arch Linux AUR. I am considering splitting this up into its own repository. (GitHub link)

This website is an ongoing project of mine, an attempt at writing a simple to maintain static website with html which tries to avoid putting <div>s everywhere. I also hope that at least some of the stuff I write about can be useful to some people. You can find the source for both the old website and the new website in the GitHub repository. The source of the old website can be found on the “old” branch. The website needs a slightly customized liquid, the nature of this customization can be found here. (GitHub link)

IP Echo Server

This simple fastcgi ip echo thing written in C.

#include <fcgi_stdio.h>
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>

int main(void)
	while (FCGI_Accept() >= 0) {
		puts("Content-type: text/plain; charset=UTF-8");
		puts("Status: 200 OK");
		printf("%s", getenv("REMOTE_ADDR"));


It attempts to quickly return a clean output, no decoration, text/plain and not even a new line.

Note: I’ve since been informed that it is possible to achieve this same result with this simple nginx server block (and henceforth, the above C program is no longer being used for

server {
	listen 80;
	listen [::]:80;

	default_type text/plain;

	return 200 $remote_addr;


VAV is a C library which aims to provide neat looking vectors in C. These might not be entirely practical since they cause quite an overhead in the creation and calculations using vectors, but the code can be a source of interesting ideas. (GitHub link)


This is a clone of minesweeper written in C using ncurses. The code is quite awful in the current master branch and the redo branch is not in any way able to be compiled. However, in the future this might possibly improve. A -git package can be found in the Arch Linux AUR. (GitHub link)


These are the files from my .config directory, the only things which are actually useful may be the vimrc, i3 config and i3blocks config. (GitHub link)