San Francisco


Working on ways to write software that make it easier for newcomers to understand rather than for insiders to maintain: http://akkartik.name/post/mu-2019-1


In-progress note-taking app based on lines.love


In-progress note-taking app based on lines.love


Fork of lines.love for browsing read-only text files; useful starting point for further forks


Fork of lines.love without drawings; useful starting point for further forks


An editor for plain text where you can also seamlessly insert line drawings


Example repo demonstrating automated white-box tests


Example repo that can build subsets of features for easier comprehension


Minimal test harness for small C99 projects.


Minimal build system for small C projects. Written in Bourne shell (/bin/sh) for maximum portability and minimum dependencies.


Fork of Lua 5.1 to encourage end-user programming


Soul of a tiny new machine. More thorough tests → More comprehensible and rewrite-friendly software → More resilient society.


Reimplementation of Doug Lenat's Automated Mathematician by Bruce Porter's group at the University of Texas at Austin


An experimental, small, readable Lisp with thorough unit tests and extensible functions/macros.


ruby-warrior AI inspired by roboticist Rodney Brooks


UI-less firefox extension feedreader c. 2015

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