Here are some of the projects I’ve worked.
SimpleSlide is an attempt to create a zero-maintenance advertisement/presentation for business (eg. in store-fronts). The idea is to allow the user to simply drop image files into a shared folder and SimpleSlide should take care of the rest (meaning turning them into a slick presentation).
The Zimbra Virtual Appliance has been moved to a better home over at Email Service Guide. In addition to the Zimbra Virtual Appliance, you will also find other email related appliances.
A turn-key virtual appliance for the amazing Open Source video surveillance solution ZoneMinder. The Virtual Machine comes pre-configured with three sample cameras (public Axis IP cameras). Compatible with VMware Server 2.0 / ESX / Fusion.
A dead-simple video surveillance software that really follows the ‘Less is more’-concept. It is compatible with most UNIX/Linux systems and IP cameras.
pg_ha is a set of scripts for running and maintaining PostgreSQL in a high availability (HA) setup. It accomplishes this with tools like UCARP, PGPool-II and PostgreSQL’s Streaming Replication. The setup instructions are also available on Github.
When we shut down the company Devify, we decided that the best most noble thing to do would be to simply Open Source the entire code base for our red eye reduction solution Red iGone. The source code includes everything from the backend and API, to the web app and iOS apps (iPhone and iPad). All of it is available as open source under the GPLv3 license.
csconnect.py is a script that connects to CloudSigma’s API, resolves the IPs for your nodes, and generates an SSH-connection string for the server you specify. I mainly wrote this for my own need, but if someone else finds it useful, that’s great.
munin_zendesk is a Munin-plugin that fetches data from Zendesk’s API and plots it in Munin. It generates three different graphs: Number of closed tickets, number of tickets (all but closed), and customer satisfaction.
Screenly is (probably) the most popular digital signage-solution for the Raspberry Pi. It was built from the ground and up for the Raspberry Pi’s hardware to get the most possible performance. Screenly enables you to turn a regular TV into a digital sign with just $35 worth of hardware (the price of the Raspberry Pi Model B).