The majority of my software development time is spent doing exciting things with the Dstny Automate Team on the Call2Teams platform. Aside from that, some of the niche open source projects I have worked on are listed below.
A selection of VoIP utilities, primarily focused around SIP.
Input your boggle grid and see which words you missed!
A mini site that aims to make creating typical SIP flow diagrams easy by using the brilliant mermaid graph library. View Project.
Script for OS X to convert from an iTunes playlist to an MP3 CD regardless of input format. View Project.
A non-fussy, simple, modern, very mobile friendly WordPress theme. View Project.
Micro test repo for fiddling with .gitattributes View Project.
The falcon633 child theme soon to be used on the Falkus.co blog. View Project.
Useful configuration that I use as a starting point for new machines. View Project.
Create a usable, static copy of your WordPress website. View Project.
Add 'ghprojects' shortcode to your WordPress install to list your recent Github Projects View Project.
A fairly minimalistic, responsive, easy to customise WordPress theme. View Project.
A slight adaption on the usual 'recent posts' WordPress widget that allows only showing posts from a select category. View Project.
Because HTTP headers are interesting. View Project.
Mini perl script to generate a table of contents from tags left in a CSS/SCSS file. View Project.
Extended version of WordPress's Text Widget that applies a custom CSS class as set by the user. View Project.