I have always liked free/open-source software and from time to time, I contribute to some of the software that I use. Some of the software that I have developed or contributed to for work is also open-source.Currently I am working for:
- qdacco: Catalan-English dictionary. Implemented in C++/Qt. Available on Debian and Ubuntu. Production ready.
- qnetload: network bandwidth monitor for the desktop. It started as a replacement of xnetload when xnetload was not maintained and nowadays it has some more features. Implemented in C++/Qt. Production ready.
- radio-pi: it started as a small Python3/Qt program to listen to internet radio stations using a Raspberry pi using a remote, small TFT screen and speadkers. Nowadays we don't use it for the Raspberry pi but I use it almost daily on the computer. Good for hacking.
- Small contributions to Django, django-crispy-forms. I hope that in the future I will be able to contribute again.
- Grub2: I added gettext support (my favourite contribution) and some other small improvements (2009-2010).
- I contributed (many of these before 2010) with small features or bugfixes to Pydance, pidgin, Amarok, gnokii, geeqie, xdiskusage
- Citation Style Language: my main contribution was adding all of the Elsevier standard styles as dependent styles
- citeproc-js: Mendeley Desktop was one of the first applications to integrate citeproc-js. I wrote unit tests for, reported bugs and gave feedback to citeproc-js during the first releases
- Chronojump importer: a tool which is part of Chronojump, used to import sessions from different SQLite files
- A variety of applications for the Swiss Polar Institute: SPI Media Gallery, Project Application. For Arctic/Antarctic expeditions: science-cruise-data-management
I am a big fan of OpenStreetMap. I wrote part of the backend of a mobile app to find Benches.
During my 10 years of employment at Mendeley I was part of the team of Mendeley Desktop (not open-source).