Free software projects

Experiences from the world of GNU/Linux

Tempus themes project

Tempus is a collection of themes for Vim, text editors, and terminal emulators that are compliant at the very least with the WCAG AA accessibility standard for colour contrast.

Prot16 syntax themes

Prot16 is a collection of colour schemes following the design philosophy of Ethan Schoonover's Solarized. Each scheme consists of 8 base values, divided by two groups into 'light' and 'dark', plus 8 accent values which remain constant across light and dark variations of an applied theme. The idea is to easily transition from light to dark while retaining the same feel. The accents are variants of red, orange, yellow, green, cyan, blue, violet, and magenta.

Links to external code repos

  • Dotfiles
    My custom desktop session on GNU/Linux. Managed with GNU Stow. This is a comprehensive repository that incorporates much of my work on free software.
  • Historiador WordPress Theme
    A fork of the Twenty Seventeen WordPress theme, geared towards making a modern, full-featured personal website for use by Rui Tavares.
  • Nodelessness
    Skeleton of a web development repo that does not depend on Nodejs. WORK IN PROGRESS.
  • Prot16
    Colour schemes for highlighting code syntax. Each theme uses a 16-colour palette. It comes in light and dark variants.
  • Protesilaos Stavrou website
    My website's source code. A prime example of using Jekyll to build the wide variety of pages on protesilaos.com.
  • Simple Terminal
    Soft fork of the 'Simple Terminal' by suckless. Implements changes to colours and theming, font handling, and build-related modifications that are best suited for my custom desktop session (see my dotfiles).
  • Tempus Themes
    Tempus is a collection of themes for Vim, text editors, and terminal emulators that are compliant at the very least with the WCAG AA accessibility standard for colour contrast
  • Tempus Themes Generator
    Tool to build Tempus themes on demand. The epicentre of the Tempus themes project and where all the underlying code and schemes are to be found.
  • dmenus
    A collection of my dmenu implementations. All those scripts have been copied over from my dotfiles. As such, they may not work outside my custom desktop session.