Some of my current software development projects. All are open source,
and the larger ones include contributions by many different authors.
Unless otherwise stated, this software is released according to the
terms of the GNU Public Licence, version 2.0. In essence this means
that you are free to do whatever you like with it, provided you
acknowledge the original author(s), and continue to make the source
available. There is, of course, no warrany of any kind.
The KBOX project
KBOX is an attempt to get a very small Linux distribution, with
rudimentary package management, onto Android devices — without
rooting or otherwise modifying the device.
Kevin's music server
KMS (also known as
kmediad) is a project to create a
browser-controlled music player with wide format support, compatible with
Linux and Windows (and, perhaps, other) platforms.
A collection of open source utilities for Cygwin and Linux.
A Z-code interactive fiction interpreter for GTK, with rudimentary
graphics and sound support. Now you can play Zork Zero on Linux :)
Kevin's Music Server for Android
A web-based audio player for Android devices (a rudimentary Android port
AndroidStart: a start menu for Android
A simple launcher/file browser for Android 4.x devices.
Simple audio equalizer for Android
About as simple and no-frills as an equalizer can get.
ChordTool — a chord wheel (and more) for Android
Analyze chords and scales and their relationships — a tool for musicians
SunTimes — Sun and Moon times for Android
A simple app for telling you when it's going to be dark.
QTADS on the BlackBerry Playbook tablet
A port of QTADS to the PlayBook allows TADS interactive fiction
games to be played on the tablet (with some reservations).
winchimer — a windchime simulator for Windows
Gentle tinkling on your desktop