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tools/emacscontains my personal Emacs configuration (packages & config)
fun/aoc2019contains solutions for a handful of Advent of Code 2019 challenges, before I ran out of interest
tools/blog_clicontains my tool for writing new blog posts and storing them in the DNS zone
tools/cheddarcontains a source code and Markdown rendering tool that is integrated with my cgit instance to render files in various views
ops/kontemplatecontains my Kubernetes resource templating tool (with which the services in this repository are deployed!)
ops/besadiicontains a tool that runs as the git
post-receive-hook on my git server to trigger builds on sourcehut.
third_party/nixcontains my fork of the Nix package manager
Packages / Libraries
nix/buildGoimplements a Nix library that can build Go software in the style of Bazel's
rules_go. Go programs in this repository are built using this library.
nix/buildLispimplements a Nix library that can build Common Lisp software. Currently only SBCL is supported. Lisp programs in this repository are built using this library.
tools/emacs-pkgscontains various Emacs libraries that my Emacs setup uses, for example:
dottime.elprovides dottime in the Emacs modeline
nix-util.elprovides editing utilities for Nix files
term-switcher.elis an ivy-function for switching between vterm buffers
net/alcoholic_jwtcontains an easy-to-use JWT-validation library for Rust
net/crimpcontains a high-level HTTP client using cURL for Rust
Services in this repository are deployed on a Google Kubernetes Engine cluster using Nixery.
web/homepagecontain my blog and website setup (serving at tazj.in)
web/cgit-tazcontains a slightly patched version of
cgitthat serves my git web interface at git.tazj.in
ops/journaldrivercontains a small Rust daemon that can forward logs from journald to Stackdriver Logging
Presentations I've given in the past are in the
presentations folder, these
cover a variety of topics and some of them have links to recordings.
There's a few fun things in the
fun/ folder, often with context given in the
README. Check out my list of the best tools for example.
If you'd like to contribute to any of the tools in here, please check out the contribution guidelines.