Programming is fun. Programming is art.


Do you pine for the nice days of Linux 0.01, when men were men and wrote their own device drivers? Are you without a nice project and just dying to cut your teeth on an OS you can try to modify for your needs? Are you finding it frustrating when everything works on Linux? No more all-nighters to get a nifty program working?

Joking aside, Asagiri is an experimental operating system I'm co-developing with a friend. It's just a hobby, won't be big and professional like Linux.

It's currently located at


A thumbnailer for "application/x-compressed-iso" MIME type PSP software files.

Source Code

Uses Semantic Versioning if you rely on it for scripting.

  cso-thumbnailer_1_0_0.tar.gz md5: aa6e5a9060c8b0a1bb168ec98be6948a


MIT license as specified in the release.


I couldn't find any good CLI resistor calculator to my liking so I made one.
Presenting resistormaid! Just enter the color bands and you'll get the specifications.

Usage: resistormaid first second [third] multiplier [tolerance] [temp_coefficient]
Valid arguments: black, brown, red, orange, yellow, green, blue, violet, purple, gray, grey, white, gold, golden, silver

Source Code

Uses Semantic Versioning if you rely on it for scripting.

  resistormaid_2_0_1.patch md5: 9482b16ce012e24f2b24a4e1d10775c5

  resistormaid_2_0_0.tar.gz md5: 4296e292d9c723da5b316386e301be3e

  resistormaid_1_0_0.tar.gz md5: 30ce6803158fd4b8dacc58e9846a6d2c


Because to err is human.

Why does it say that the value I entered is invalid?

You either entered a value that isn't specified in the usage text or provided a value that isn't valid in its current position.


MIT license as specified in the release.

No binaries?

That would require you to place complete trust on me to provide legit binaries. I don't want anyone to place that amount of trust on me. My programs are intended to follow the Unix philosophy and therefore intentionally small. Audit and compile them.

Bugs, patches, suggestions et cetera

Contact me at the email address specified in the footer of this page, I'd really appreciate it! If you are sending a patch, please mention what license your patch is as well.