This website is sleeping peacefully in my bedroom. All software was handcrafted with love on top of the linux kernel and some bits of the musl library (to be removed over time when laziness gives me some rest).
Things are not finished! With time I will import stuff from sed.free.fr and put it here.
Or not. I'm lazy. And I don't care.
I love this place.
Another picture, september 2022. Much much bigger (18608x2608), but it deserves it. (The phone used to take the picture has some kind of 360 degrees thing, or something like that. You just turn around while taking the picture. The result is a bit weird, especially on the right - there seems to be two roads with some angle between them, but it's actually only one and it's straight - but so be it.)
(News about this website stay for, hum, let's say one year?)
2023-01-27: dabs 1.1 is out! Just a bug fixed. I did not see the mistake for so long... I suck.
2023-01-16: vlb is out! A small video player because for some unknwon reason vlc and ffplay don't work anymore on my setup.
2022-11-04: some fun with the Koch curve! (Scroll, bottom of page.)
2022-10-07: some fun with cubish puzzles (still work in progress, but me lazy, so let's release as it is).
2022-09-08: some fun with p-norm and raytracing! (Scroll the page, it's at the bottom.)
2022-03-22: A small tribute to pi is available for brain processing! Do not thank me.
I try to compose some music for the classic guitar. See here.
I wrote a little program to write this music. See here.
Dark obsessions (wav file). One hour of saturated guitar, screams and growls. Slow. Sad.
Write music or write software, in the end you just... write.
I use gnu/linux to write and run my software. All is released in the public domain, unless stated otherwise (should be rare and clearly visible).
Some small C programs with interesting output.
dabs is a DAB/DAB+ receiver working with an SDR device (like USRP B210).
base45.c and cbor.c are small programs useful to extract data from the covid shit qr-code string. (Some documentation is cbor.c.)
spectrojack is a small program to display the frequencies of audio data.
A small tribute to our beloved number pi. (Actually it's more a tribute to the discrete Fourier transform, but let's pretend it's a tribute to pi instead.)
Let's have some fun solving cubish puzzles.
A small video player for why not? (vlb and ffplay don't work anymore for me)
Some bullshit, for why not.
Some music I liked, so I don't forget. I tend to forget those bands and stuff way too easily.
LID settings for my laptop to not suspend when I close the lid (debian system, without systemd).
Ça se passe ici !
Contact: see this
Last update (more or less accurate): 2023-01-27