I have quite a few software projects on
github.The most interesting are probably
- Functional data strutures for R6RS Scheme.
- Persistent vectors for R6RS Scheme.
- Aims to be a quickcheck a-like for R6RS Scheme.
- Bindings to
GDBM for Guile. Maybe not all that useful, but it serves as a nice example of Guile's FFI.
I am not necessarily affiliated with these, but I do recommend them.
- An implementation of the scheme programming language. I
occasionally submit bugs and patches, and try to help out on the
mailing list and IRC channel. If you can, use 2.0, it's much better.
- A package manager for Guile and other R6RS Schemes. Needs more love.
- A library of portable scheme code put together by Andreas Rottman.
- A scheme derivative that is probably the most exciting lisp in
current use. Continues to push macros in the right direction. If you
aren't going to use guile, then you should use this :).
- An optimising compiler for Haskell written in Haskell. If I
weren't so fond of Scheme, I'd be pushing Haskell.
- Text Editor / Religion / Lifestyle
- Asynchronous web framework for Emacs Lisp. Yes, you did read that right.
- IRC Bot I'm fond of playing with on the #emacs freenode channel.