This forge contains all my software projects. Everything is free software.

You may also find some of these softwares on other platforms (github, gitorious, bitbucket…), but for mirror-purpose only. The preferred way to contribute, to report a bug or to communicate with me is through this forge, not those other platforms. For example, please avoid making pull-requests on github as I may not notice them. You can however host your git clone on github and use the “git request-pull” command, or you can simply use “git format-patch” to send me patches. Send me the result in a bug tracker ticket on this forge (you can create a ticket without an account), or by e-mail.

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poezio: Poezio 0.10
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poezio: Poezio 0.8.1
Release of poezio 0.8.1
Added by mathieui over 3 years ago

poezio: Poezio 0.8 released
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poezio: Poezio released
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Latest projects

  • louloulibs (2015-02-27 11:54)

    Some little static libs that are used by more than one of my projects.

    Projects currently using louloulibs:
    - biboumi
    - vaporo

  • vaporo (2015-02-27 04:20)

    XMPP <-> steam gateway

  • plzimg (2014-09-01 05:41)

    A simple web application to upload and view images, in python3, using the Flask framework.

    Does not, and probably won’t ever, provide user login, search, tags, etc.

    When an image is uploaded, it creates two thumbnails, a small one and a medium one.

  • litesql (2013-06-25 13:21)

    A personal, non-official “fork” of litesql.

    Upstream seems dead for ~2 years now. The goal of this repository is to fix some issues that I encountered (and maybe some other bugs or implement new features that would be needed in batajelo, later), and try to maintain it in a usable and distributable way, for c++11....

  • slixmpp (2013-05-15 10:59)

    Slixmpp is a python 3 XMPP library.
    It is a (friendly) fork of SleekXMPP (https://github.com/fritzy/SleekXMPP), and its goal is to “improve” the core of the library (the way it reads or writes on the sockets, the way it handles timed events, the way it queues events, etc) by entirely removing all threads from the library and using an event-based approach instead....