TabletOS - Since ~2009
Problem: Windows is way too clunky for use on a dedicated device. The traditional solution(Windows) cannot offer instant access to my notes, all-day runtime, and piece-of-mind that my notes are stored safely. If your tablet pc is to be used strictly for the purpose of taking notes, as my tablet pc is, all functionality other than taking notes becomes a burden.
This software package is a bare-bone "Operating System" with support for taking notes using the Xorg Wacom Tablet module and Xournal.
Details: Developement has been on an as-needed basis for use with my Lenovo X200 Tablet. The system originally started as a minimal Debian install. As the Wacom Tablet code advanced and as my personal need for an even faster platform increase, I would tweak and patch the applicable parts of the system. Eventually, the machine lost it's Debian personality. Due to my familiarity with dpkg, I may roll out a Debian based distribution.
LinNetx - Since May 1, 2012
Originally called NetgearAdmin
Problem: Netgear only provides a Windows utility to manage their Netgear ProSafe Plus switches. Furthermore, the provided utility does not run in Wine.
Solution: This utility aims to offer a comparable management utility that runs natively on GNU/Linux.
Check out the progress and findings on Sourceforge. LinNetx
Counting Docs - Made public on Sep 12, 2012
Idea: I needed a way to differentiate each LaTeX document build.
Developement is tracked on GitHub. Counting Docs