Here are all projects that I have some association with and that have a public repository.
Projects that I'm actively taking part in.
Ifi-ordenen is the official website of Hennes Majestet Keiserpingvinen den Fornemme (Her Majesty the Royal Penguin the Distinguished), a knight order that focuses on honoring people that have accomplished great deeds for the students at Department of Informatics.
I’ve been the main driver behind this project, primarily as developer, but have received help from my fellow members in producing content.
Resume is the codebase I use to generate my personal CV. It’s built upon a template I found, and is usually updated around the times I’m looking around at possible job offers.
I also constructed a competence chart where I constructed a lot of customs command to output tables like the ones that can be seen in my online CV.
- Solid Data Browser
Solid data browser is the default web application that allows you to interact with your Solid pod through your web browser.
Projects that are active but where I've completed my active participation.
- Cybernetisk Selskab sanghefte
Cybernetisk Selskabs sanghefte is a song booklet I usually update once a year, some time before Ifi-galla, a student gala at Department of Informatics. It’s written in LaTeX and utilizes the Songs LaTeX package.
- Node Solid Server
Completed or inactive projects
Projects I've participated in before, and/or projects that simply aren't in active development anymore.
ebookr was intended to be a framework for creating e-books in various formats (PDF, HTML, EPUB, and MOBI). The idea was to have the content coded into one given format (markdown) and generate various documents based on that. It used Pandoc extensively, but had ambitions to bridge the gaps between LaTeX and the other formats by supplying adapters for various LaTeX packages.
Unfortunately I haven’t had time to pursue this project any further. It may be revitalized at a later time.
geomancer was the product of a game jam held by Åpen sone for eksperimentell informatikk. It’s a simple rogue-like game where you navigates through a dungeon-ified version of Ole-Johan Dahls hus (the facilities of Department of Informatics).
hdo-budget was an experiment conducted by Holder de ord to explore how to present a state budget using the capabilities of a web app in a manner that was easy-to-understand and meaningful in terms of gaining insight.
We utilized AngularJS as the main engine behind the site.
I was the main developer on the code, but had a lot of help from the Holder de ord-team to find, structure and clean the numbers.
hdo-quiz is a small mobile app that explores the possibility of having a quiz-app that draws political promises from the APIs of Holder de ord and prompts the user to guess which party made the promise by swiping the promise to a given by party to the left or to the right of the screen (i.e. Tinder-like interface).
I’ve been developing the code alone for now, but may include more members of the Holder de ord-team if we decide to explore the app further.
- Holder de ord
Holder de ord is an organization that functions as a parliamentary monitoring website. By analyzing the promises made by the Norwegian political parties and their votes during the following years, they try to see how these two data sets matches, and whether or not the politicians keep their word.
I’ve been working on Holder de ord off and on, and not so much on their primary website.
The idea behind Swocial was to create distributed systems that served some social purpose and built upon Semantic Web technologies. I realized immediately that this was an endeavor I couldn’t do myself, so I started out writing a manifesto that was going to describe the project and its ideas.
Unfortunately I didn’t have the time to pursue it, and it quickly went cold. It’s still something I would like to bring life back into at some point, but don’t know when that will be.
- TG Hacking Compo
“TG Hacking Compo” is the website used to serve the hacking competition at The Gathering 2013. It served a set of tasks designed by Aleksi Luukkonen, Hans Fredrik Furholt, and Julian Bark Jark. It proved a bit unstable during the computer party, but it did the job.
A little something I coded after I saw an infographic on the web, and I decided I wanted to make it dynamic. I wrote a blog that summarizes the experiment where you can read more about it.