ProgramsAs a programmer, I like to code and maintain free software. These programs are not all usable nor maintained, but thay might prove to be useful.
GrisbiI'm part of the development of Grisbi, a personal financial management program http://www.grisbi.org/.
w9wmw9wm is an improved version of 9wm, a very good emulation of 8 1/2, the Plan9 window manager. It adds virtual screens as well as keyboard bindings. w9wm has his own webpage.
9box9box is a virtual window where user can pack her X windows and swtich from one to the other clicking on one button. 9box is an X application and works inside the window manager. 9box has a his own webpage on savannah.
Emacs-LispI wrote some Emacs-Lisp modules. They are in my Emacs page.
signkey.shA little shell script that automates GnuPG key signing: it downloads, verifys and uploads GnuPG keys on public servers. Additionally, it sens an email to the personne you've signed the key.
OldiesOld unmaintained programs that you might find useful. Use it at your own risks.
- an hex game, based upon the client/server model. It does not play well since I lacked time to finish it.
- the grafik library, a simplistic graphic library for those who want to write small programs with X without bothering learning X
- msftp, a buggy FTP client, which had good functionnalities for its time (back in 1996)
- mmamwm, a window manager written from scratch. A good template if you want to learn how to program window managers
- warald, a speaking IRC bot, also known as RMS
- my master, soccer agents, made for the RoboCup.