I’m the kind of guy who ends up having one thing too many to do. I’ve started more projects than I could count, and way too many end up in the drawer when they are done. So I figured it was time to unleash some of them on the world. That’s why I’m releasing as many projects as possible as open source, and not just open source, but free software as well.
I’ve grown to become a big fan of the philosophy behind the GPL license. It is so free that it even takes away your freedom to limit other users’ freedom. So use my code for whatever you’d like. Just remember that I shared it with you, and that you should share your modifications with everyone.
To keep my projects in order, I’ve opened an account over at github. I’ll be hosting most of my projects there, but I’ll try to keep an up-to-date list here together with links to other source repositories.
I don’t write well-documented code when I’m working on minor projects, although I try to document anything meant to become something bigger. If you want to ask about anything regarding any of my projects, feel free to do so!
A simple physics based game where you control small particles to help them from crashing into each other.
- Trafikanten for Maemo
An application which uses Trafikanten’s APIs to deliver routing information in Eastern Norway. Maemo users may download the application here.
Originally developed by Simon Pickering (and others). I’ve joined as a developer to make barcode scanning a joy on the Nokia N900 and to create a plugin for Informed Individual.
Early alpha development
A WordPress plugin for organizations which need.
- Loose Cannon
My first 3D RTS game. Developed together with Vegard Johannesen.
- Informed Individual server
The Informed Individual project needs an API and a server. These are the first steps towards this.