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These are the main Open Source software teams I've been involved in:
- Core developer: Django (Python)
- Team member: Sylpheed-Claws (C, GTK+) - I'm no longer active on this.
...and these are some other Open Source projects I've authored mainly by myself:
- django-easyfilters (Django, Python)
- playerdo (Python)
- django-anonymizer (Django, Python)
- django-output-validator (Django, Python)
- My blog software and web framework Ella (Haskell)
- CCIW source code (Django, Python)
- MetaTracker plugin for Trac (Python)
- Kio-Sword (C++, KDE. Defunct)
- Flatfile (small PHP library)
- CodeExporter (VBA)
- VBA Modules (VBA)
I do freelance web development work, almost always using Python (and normally Django). If you are interested in hiring me you can have a look at the projects above and websites below for examples of my work (note that some of these are very old!). Please also see my development standards.
Friends and family should be warned that it is almost entirely geeky and technical, with only occasional articles on Christian things.
Creating fractal images is a hobby of mine, you can download some images and find more info here.
Some of the websites I have created:
- LearnScripture.net - bible memorisation web service. Created using Django.
- Christian Camps in Wales - created using Django. (Source code)
- Christ Church, Bradford - my church website, uses Django and django-cms. (Source code)
- Shout Aloud - a children's choir in Cambridge that my sister runs - and now manages the website for. The site was made using django-cms. The plugins for uploading media files proved quite useful in this case.
- Bradford Keswick - a site made using django-fiber. Very small currently but will expand.
- z squared plus c
This is a fractal gallery I created ages ago. I have left most stuff as it was (so there are dead links etc), some has been slightly changed, newer fractals can be found on my fractals page.
The domain, and the purpose of the web site have now expired, kept here mainly for nostalgia. It's a simple site created for a Christian Union mission I was involved in.
Find my GnuPG/PGP public key here. A public key can be used to send me an encrypted e-mail that only I can read, or to verify that a digitally signed e-mail or document actually came from me.