I like doing things. This section is my project depot.


Programming is great. Sometimes, interesting projects arise from seemingly stupid ideas. Here are some of these projects. They work under my operating system and with some luck, they will work under yours, too.

If not mentioned otherwise, all code is licensed under a BSD licence

For even more projects, please visit my GitHub account.

Active or recent

Here is a list of all project-based entries posted in in my blog (the list is generated automatically; most recent posts are displayed on top):

These are programs that I use/develop/change regularly (most recent entries on top). This list is curated manually and may not be as up-to-date as the automated list above (I started to move most of my content to my blog over the last few years):


As Lovecraft put it:

Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn

These are my Cthulhu projects: They are finished and I probably don't use them anymore (at least for the time being):

  • comphom, a program for computing homology groups.
  • GPSCon, a GPS mapping application for the console. This one was a rather quick hack, anyway.
  • HiFi, a steganography application. Writing this was quite instructive, but I doubt that this program is really useful.
  • nb2ikiwiki, a conversion script I wrote for moving my blog from NanoBlogger to ikiwiki.

University assignments

Some code salvaged from various programming assignments:


Sometimes, I tinker with stuff. Here are some of my attempts: