# Projects, past and present

This page is meant to serve as a dumping ground for the various projects I’ve gotten up to over the years. I do plan to list the most immediately-interesting stuff first; it gets gradually less interesting as you go down the page.

# Most recent work

Recently I’ve been doing most of my public-facing work on GitHub. I’m a fairly fresh new graduate, and never put much thought into working on actually-useful-to-others things until I finished up my degree. My most starred repositories unsurprisingly happen to be my most recent.

• how-to-host-one-html.page, an extremely hand-holdy readalong guide for people who have never put an HTML page on the Internet before and want to.
• resorter, a way to make Gwern’s implementation of a Bradley-Terry pairwise ranking CLI application easier to install. Or, in plain English, a program which lets you do this:
• finfreq, an increasingly machine-generated Anki deck of the top 1000 most-used Finnish words from a frequency list. I’ve cross posted this to Reddit a few times while it was under construction, and am now hard at work retooling those same scripts and databases for a much larger deck. I’ll post a GIF of what the current deck looks like once I find an Ubuntu replacement for BahraniApps’s excellent GIFCam - the one on the page is quite outdated by now.
• [vot5], a semi-readable rotation cypher meant to get over the primary hurdle of rot-13 in that you don’t actually need to open a new tab to read it. Yua jast niid tu fucas fur e mumint tu fogari uat whet’s biong seod. I used to run a Javascript implementation at vot5.live, but I decided to stop paying the cost for it and just throw it into a Netlify page of its own.