The blog on this site has editorial content and is not limited to topics related to technology. It covers a wide variety of things I am passionate about.
My dev blog is a space for me to share what I learn as I tinker with technology at work and home. It has been online since 2007. It started as a personal space for keeping notes. I never imagined it would be successful at the scale of exceeding 1.5+ million total views and 700+ comments while hosted by WordPress. I am migrating posts from its old host as time permits but both old and new hosts are online and serving content for the foreseeable future.
pytest-hidecaptured is a pytest plug-in that removes captured output so it is not displayed. It is MIT-licensed.
brokerlso is a small Python library to create Qpid Management Framework (QMF) version 2 messages. It is MIT-licensed.
Seagull is a GPL-licensed test tool to generate traffic for multiple network protocols. I forked the original repo to add patches so it can build on modern Linux distributions, such as Ubuntu 14.04 and CentOS 7.
Bug report to Apache Qpid Proton and patch.
NetBSD Problem Report #52178 which resulted in a patch in revision 188.8.131.52 in pkgsrc-2017Q1 branch.
Pull request 424 to conda-docs.
Bug report to freebsd-ERL-build.
Other contributions through mailing lists such as freebsd-current and freebsd-arm.