Allows viable satellites to be found given multiple points on the Earth

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SteveOS for 16 bit processors (286)

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My crappy terminal OS

Updated 4 months ago

Allows a standard 3.5" drive to work in an IBM PS/2 computer.

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Open source survey management

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Calculates your average wpm just by listening in the background. Ideal if you can type much faster than you can read.

Updated 8 months ago

Simple C# program that generates the Mandelbrot set. Allows zooming.

Updated 9 months ago

Allows connecting to an IRC server over the AX26 protocol.

Updated 10 months ago

Meant to be a successor to ax25. Built in packet-checksum, support for large packets(1kb+), and gzip compression. When sending something longer than the packet length, it is automatically broken up and reassembled on the other side.

Updated 1 year ago

A BBS for the ax26 protocol.

Updated 1 year ago

A basic ax26 terminal.

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Allows queries to be performed over AX25 packet.

Updated 1 year ago

My attempt to change the Steam OS to the point where it behaves just like Debian Linux. This means getting rid of all the Steam-related stuff and installing some essential utilities, like apt-get.

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Custom version of the LibAPRS library for the µTracker.

Updated 1 year ago

This is a chrome extension I wrote to prank some friends. Every day, it lowers playback rate on YouTube by 1%, until it hits a target speed of 70% - 30 days later. It has the Chrome icon and calls itself "Chrome Engine" as a disguise.

Updated 1 year ago