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Software libraries that can be used by others (mostly Rust crates).
Server components that can be run locally or hosted somewhere.
Findstream is a better search for Twitch
that allows to search directly in stream titles. This doesn’t matter for specific games but is very helpful for variety categories like Art
or Science & Technology
where many different kind of stream are grouped together in a single category.
For example, you can search for Rust in Science & Technology with this project, allowing you to filter within the category itself which Twitch doesn’t support currently.
Utility applications, mostly for the command line.
Ipwall is a very simple tool to download a selection of IP blacklists and apply them to your iptables/ipset
rules. It uses the FireHOL
level 1-3 blacklists but can be configured to include additional lists as well.
It is meant as a companion to Veto to apply common bad IP blocks in addition to the dynamic blocking of it.
Veto is a log file based IP blocker that runs as a service on the system, tracks one or more log files and blocks IPs based on the log lines and rules defined by the user.
I started with this project as I was using fail2ban previously but noticed during load tests that it took about 60% of my server’s CPU and I wanted something more lean and fast.
Chat bots, usually for Discord.
Pretty much anything else that doesn’t fit into the other categories.
Amelio is a group project for the IUBH University in Germany. It is a ticket system that helps to report and track errors in study media.
BeatFly is a university project that showcases an application for a radio station. It doesn’t have a server to communicate with, so it emulates one acting like a fully working app. Main features include playing music (obviously) and reviewing and wishing songs.
This app uses the latest Android features (at time of creation) and is completely written in 🍵 Kotlin. Among the used libraries are AndroidX, Dagger, Moshi, Glide and others.