These directories contain open source software written
in part by me, Frederick Dean.
Some recent patches to various projects. (Python)
Bugzilla enhancements for
better bug count reporting. (Perl & MySQL)
FeatureKong is a database
application with a web interface for collaborative
tracking similar to bugzilla, but with customizable
fields. (Perl & MySQL)
cc2cvs.pl is a script for exporting
clearcase VOB data in a CVS repository format. (Perl)
While trying to learn bridge better, I decided to teach the
computer. Unfortunately, the project slowed down just
as I started the AI, but the gameplay is good.
(Perl & Gtk)
DCVS, is a revision control server written
in Perl storing all its data in a MySQL database. Commits
are atomic. A cvsweb like interface is included.
A branch based permissions model
with access control lists is nearly done. (Perl & MySQL)
WebPDA is a small perl script
to parse PalmDesk address book files and present them
on a web page. There is some initial work on a calendar
one too, but doesn't handle recurring events. Neither
of them allows writing. (Perl)
Wildcat is an initial attempt at
a gallery type program. (Perl)
radeontool is a hack to control
the backlight and external video on my Dell Latitude C610
with the ATI Radeon Mobility video.
Mishawaka is a simple Win32
sendmail program. It is useful if you don't have an
outbound mail server, or don't trust/like the one you have.
This can determine the true destination and deliver
spider control contains an
Apache config to discourage parts of a website from
being indexed by Internet search engines.
webster.pl is a command line script
to find definitions for words.
thumbnail contains some simple
script for making web pages of pictures. I use them
for my own personal pages. (Perl)
vobtools was yet another
ambitious project start. This one parses MPEG2 systems
layer, and video files, although the video files are
not yet complete, because motion vectors have bugs. (C)
A hairy hack to cvsweb.cgi to display the output of
cvs2cl, a chronological commit listing
has proven useful.
If you would like to purchase support or contribute code
to any of these projects, please contact me at