Free software projects

Experiences from the world of GNU/Linux

Coding blog

  • Gandi SOGO services on GNU/Linux and iOS

    Quick note on how to set up the new Gandi services (SOGO calendar and contacts) across GNU/Linux and iOS devices.

  • Trying out Emacs

    Emacs is an excellent text editor. Where it really excels at is its extensibility.

  • Manage dotfiles with GNU Stow

    GNU Stow creates symlinks to predefined paths, based on the structure of the current working directory. Excellent for managing dotfiles.

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 selected GitHub projects

  • AUR packages

    The packages I maintain on the Arch User Repository (for use in Arch Linux and derivatives).

  • Dotfiles

    My custom working environment and configuration files for some of my favourite programs on GNU/Linux. Managed with GNU Stow.

  • Prot16

    Colour schemes mainly for highlighting code syntax. Each theme uses a 16-colour palette. It comes in light and dark variants.

  • 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.