Index of /project

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[DIR]100-0/2017-07-23 23:56 - First prototype of a waycast
[ETC]_/2022-12-06 04:20 - Miscellanea, including archived projects
[DIR]Breccia/2022-12-08 13:06 - Lightweight markup for point-form outlining and drafting
[DIR]building/2020-11-10 06:31 - Building software
[DIR]Emacs_Lisp/2022-12-08 13:06 - Emacs Lisp programming
[DIR]Java/2022-12-08 13:06 - Java programming
[DIR]pollwiki/2018-05-10 19:34 - Files for Votorola’s pollwiki cum streetwiki
[DIR]proto-Breccia/2019-05-23 13:01 - A first, aborted attempt at Breccia
[DIR]proto-waycast/2019-05-16 12:14 - Second prototype of a waycast
[DIR]proto-wayic/2019-05-16 12:14 - Second prototype of wayical tooling
[DIR]proto-Web/2019-06-30 05:25 - Earlier version of project Web
[DIR]Screenpager/2019-05-23 16:48 - Screenwise paging tool for X workstations
[DIR]streetwiki/2018-04-25 09:21 - Files for the streetwiki, a residential voter registry
[DIR]Tapster/2022-12-08 13:06 - Maintaining a variant copy of a text file
[DIR]Textbender/2019-05-23 16:48 - Recombinant text for collaborative writing
[DIR]Votorola/2019-09-25 13:14 - Public guidance of decision systems
[DIR]way/2022-12-08 13:06 - Pulling through to a higher estate
[DIR]wayic/2022-08-28 21:16 - Tools to aim for what matters
[DIR]Waymaker/2019-05-23 16:48 - First prototype of wayical tooling
[DIR]Web/2022-12-08 13:06 - Web interfacing
[DIR]wmctrl/2011-04-05 19:03 - Standing fork of the `wmctrl` X windowing tool
[   ]editorial_guidelines.brec2022-12-05 00:26 5.7KMiscellanea, including archived projects
[htm]editorial_guidelines.brec.xht2022-12-08 13:08 48K
[   ]lexicon.brec2022-09-27 02:56 1.1K 
[htm]lexicon.brec.xht2022-12-08 13:08 10K 
[   ]maintenance_manual.brec2022-12-05 05:07 18KMiscellanea, including archived projects
[htm]maintenance_manual.brec.xht2022-12-08 13:08 182KMiscellanea, including archived projects

Projects

Greyed out projects I no longer maintain or use, except for reference.

The sooner you start coding your program,
the longer it is going to take.
— after Henry Ledgard