I started this project a couple years ago, and it only recently got off the ground enough that I committed the code somewhere (though it's still pretty minimal). A lot of work still needs to be done in the main instruction loop. I've been implementing instructions in the order of the execution of a test binary I created on an HP PA-RISC system.
To get started:</br>
almost 7 years
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As part of a graduate project I created the phylogen script, which combines the ASTRAL and IQTREE analysis tools into one iterative approach to finding the highest bootstrap score tree for various species of Mayflies. At the completion of the project, there was some work left undone, and I had a few ideas on how to improve the average bootstrap score of the final tree.
The admin-tools appimage provides several samba team YaST packages in a portable way, such as yast2-aduc, yast2-gpmc, yast2-adsi, and yast2-dns-manager.
Currently I build the appimage on obs, but this pulls in lots of unnecessary dependencies. Making it build independently would allow building on other distros. The difficult part here is going to be building minimal YaST dependencies.
When learning a new language, it's useful to read books in your target language. The trouble is, it's difficult and time consuming to look up the meanings of new words you encounter while trying to read. The purpose of this project is to create an ebook reader which allows you to highlight individual words and translate them quickly (similar to how duolingo stories lets you click on words to explain their meaning).
The SINK project is a set of containers and tools for Samba in Kubernetes. The images and tooling for the project are designed for Fedora and RH systems. The ultimate goal of this project is to tweak the tooling for use with our build service, etc.
This project will create a simple chat-bot for tutoring children for school. Lessons will be pre-configured by feeding in a document and requesting the material be taught to a child in consideration of the child's age, etc.