¶ Joel Stanley
Unmaintained. Please go see jms.id.au instead
¶ Open source projects
- Adelaide Hackerspace - I am part of a group of locals who started the Adelaide Hackerspace. We meet Wednesdays and Saturdays at Format in the city.
- Chromium - a web browser project I volunteer for. I have been a comitter since November 2009.
- BeagleBoard and linux-omap - high-end embedded platform, and it's Linux port. I spend time making Chromium run on this platform.
- SugarLabs - free software desktop environment for learning.
- OneLaptopPerChild - really cool hardware, and helping the world.
Random howtos, links and snippets that I find handy to have. Lots of these
came from my collection of TomboyNotes I've gathered over the past year or two.
I like gadgets. I also like Linux. Below are a list of devices I own, which run Linux in a non-TiVo fashion:
- Nokia N800
- NintendoDS (+ homebrew cartridge)
- Wii (+ homebrew)
- ThinkPad X300
- BeagleBoard (I don't own this, but I have access to one at work)
- OLPC XO-1
- Netgear DG834G ADSL modem and wifi router
- GoogleDevPhone, aka the HTC Dream, the first Android phone
- RTD1261 - An unbranded digital video recorder/tv tuner/playback device powered by a Realtek ASIC by that name
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