I’ve done a couple of (hopefully) interesting things over the last few years. Here is a selection of my favorite projects:
Syncany – An open-source cloud storage and filesharing application.
socksproxy – Simple SOCKS proxy to tunnel your way around things
sockproxy is a simple script to run a SOCKS proxy on your own server. It is merely a wrapper script to orchestrate SSH and iptables properly to make it easier in everyday use. I’ve also written a blog post about it.
zfsu – Collection of ZFS utilities
zfsu is a collection of ZFS utilities. It consists of the following tools: zfsu tx (aka zfstx) maintains a mirror of a ZFS pool over the network. zfsu ret (aka zfsret) is a simple script to apply local retention (destroy snapshots) of a filesystem and its snapshots. zfsu res (aka zfsres) is script to resilver a slow mirror, e.g. a HDD disk if mirrored with a SSH.
Terminator Host Watch – Terminator plugin to apply host-specific themes
This plugin monitors the last line (PS1) of each terminator terminal, and applies a host-specific profile if the hostname is changed. It’s very simple, but very useful.
sf – Wrapper script around sshfs to make mounting/unmounting easier
sf is a wrapper script around sshfs to make mounting/unmounting easier. It probably doesn’t deserve its own package, but I use it on so many machines that it might just be worth it. Again, super simple, but useful.
JSON-RPC extensions for request-mapping, authentication, logging, and validation
At Datto, we use JSON-RPC based APIs very heavily, in particular with our JSON-RPC library php-json-rpc. I wrote four extensions for it. Namely php-json-rpc-auth, php-json-rpc-validator, php-json-rpc-simple and php-json-rpc-log.