Projects I've done outside this framework include the wftk open-source workflow toolkit, the Despammed spam filter, the LPML literate programming processor, and more. You can probably hire me to do some programming, by the way: my technical résumé is here.
So here is a list of minor projects.
- Despamming the Toonbots forum: a diversion in the realm of scriptsmanship
- The modbot (a better forum despammer)
Also, a Comment framework, very simple. So simple I didn't even write it. (Yet.)
Also, a set of paraphrasing tools for online and/or collaborative use. Just the concept stage.
The Perl tutorial represents the test-based redevelopment of the wftk system from scratch. So far I'm just in the data manipulation stage, but I have a plan, and more amazingly I'm still moving forward with that plan, after about two months. It's worth looking at.
Meanwhile, the Python tutorial is barely started (really, it would be much fairer to say that it's not at all started). The idea is to maintain a native-Python port of the CPAN-based Perl wftk. This ongoing method-by-method comparison should yield some insight into the natures of the two languages. Or so I imagine.
One such exception is the form registration scripts I'm working on. These are used to extract text entered on handwritten, scanned paper forms without having the original form handy. (Yes, they also give you the form.) This is a common situation when translating clinical trial documentation.
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