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Warning! As (most of) these projects are currently being worked on, and can experience breaking changes. Do not use the demo instances to hold personal data.

Most of the projects are currently free to use, but please DO NOT store sensitive or irreplaceable data on them unless otherwise stated. None of the projects listed currently have their own dedicated hardware or hosting, due in part to a lack of funding, all instances (if there currently are any) are run on my testing machine, and are subject to go down at any time.

RooDo (Active development) #

Boxing Kangaroo
Boxing Kangaroo by CheesyBear on Deviant Art

RooDo is a task management and productivity web and desktop application built in Rust and designed to help you “knock out” your tasks. Project was conceived on June 4th, 2024 and has yet to have a public release.

Planned features include:

  • Creating Tasks from natural language
    • EX: Meeting with Tim next Tuesday
    • EX: Meet with the group chat every first and third Thursday
  • Time Blocking calendar with tasks
  • Kanban Board
  • Notes
  • User accounts
  • End to End Encryption
  • Privacy Sensitive Analytics
  • Desktop App

Notatio (Inactive) #

Photo of Notatio Homepage
Photo by James Musselman

This was my project for my senior capstone. It was programmed in 3 months using Go. The main objective of the capstone was to have students work in a new language, creating a piece of software from scratch with only approved resources like the language documentation. I have not developed this any further since the class ended but may come back to it in the future.

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James Musselman
James Musselman
I am a upstart software developer, systems administrator, and problem solver looking to make the world a better place. Feel free to chat with me on one of the platforms below.