Over the years, most of the development work I have done has been very specific to my job at the time, but sometimes I end up doing something that may be helpful to others. I’ll create more resources for any of these projects that people like enough to be more involved in.
my own projects
- PieNg: Simple (but cool) Catalyst and PostgreSQL based IPAM
- Pie: This was the precurser to PieNg. It died when RubyForge went away. Nothing of value was lost.
other projects I have contributed to
- QBrew: a homebrew recipe calculator written in Qt4. I have written a tool to calculate infusion mash volume and temperature. It should be available in SVN and in the next version of QBrew from the tools menu.
- IP: a Ruby classes that manage IP addresses, netmasks, and ranges. There is also a class to manage CIDR-formatted address ranges. This library is used by Pie. I submitted bug fixes and a couple new features when developing Pie.