Coding arbitrary stuff is fun, and it’s even more fun if it may be of use to someone. Thus, besides the occasional opening of issues and pull requests to arbitrary repositories, I am maintaining a bunch of projects, as for example:
docstr-coverage A python documentation coverage checker with a long history: It shows which of your functions, classes, methods, and modules don’t have docstrings, calculates overall coverage, and provides a wide range of related utility functions. I joined it in 2020 as an official co-maintainer. Find it on github, and pypi.
licenseplate A browser extension for license-aware github browsing: I’m scared of copy-pasting code from repositories without sufficient permission and built a small chrome extension to help me avoid just that. Check the docs, github repo, and chrome web store.
uncertainty-wizard Creates uncertainty-aware deep neural networks fast and easily: Ok, yes, that’s part of my PhD and not really a side-project. Developing it was still fun, though… Check the docs, github repo, and pypi.
regatta-volunteers A discontinued self-signup platform for event volunteers: The organization of rowing regattas requires a very large number of specifically skilled volunteers. I developed and maintained a free platform allowing organizers to define, manage and analyze workshifts, and volunteers to select and sign up for such workshifts. After successfully being in production for five years, used to manage plenty of events and workshifts, I discontinued the project 2019 as commercial alternatives became available.