[CS-FSLUG] projects?

Timothy Butler tbutler at ofb.biz
Fri Feb 8 23:03:07 CST 2019

I realized it had been far too long since I checked in here — belated Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you, Eduardo, and to all of you! 

I’m afraid I’ve not had time to contribute to anything in recent times, either. I’m doing some coding for myself, but nothing that I’m at a good point to release like I had hoped. 

If only there was more time…


Timothy Butler
Universal Networks, LLC
tbutler at uninetsolutions.com

"The best theology would need no advocates: it would prove itself." —Karl Barth

> On Jan 1, 2019, at 11:07 AM, Eduardo Sanchez <sombragris at sombragris.org> wrote:
> Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to everyone!
> I used to work (2002-2012) for KDE as a Spanish translator. I had to
> leave it on 2012 due to lack of time.
> I know that our admin (tbutler) used to work on Bible Time
> (http://www.bibletime.info), and also I think Karl Kleinpaste, of
> Xiphos fame (http://xiphos.org) is on the list.
> I really wish I could have contributed more to Free Software projects.
> Sadly I cannot tell my left hand from my right hand in programming.
> Blessings
> Eduardo 
> En respuesta al mensaje de Tim Young <Tim.Young at LightSys.org> el Tue, 1
> Jan 2019 06:59:24 -0600
>> So, what open-source projects are being worked on these days?  We 
>> usually have an interesting collection of stuff being worked on by
>> the people of this group.
>> I have not been working on anything much in the past few months, but
>> my primary project for 2018 was something called EduNetworkBuilder 
>> <http://tyounglightsys.ddns.info/EduNetworkBuilder/>. That is a
>> project for teaching computer networking concepts for when I was
>> working in Kenya. My Kenya trip for 2019 should be my last one for a
>> few years.  I am not sure how much I will continue working on
>> EduNetworkBuilder after this, though I may add IPv6 and a series of
>> puzzles for teaching that.
>> I did spend two weeks working on Kardia <https://kardia.sf.net>, an 
>> open-source donor-manager / finance tracker for missions.  (the
>> website for this is woefully out of date).  We have two current
>> deployments of Kardia, and are looking at adding two more in the next
>> three months.
>> Our organization has also been fairly heavily involved in Midwife-EMR 
>> <https://github.com/LightSys/midwife-EMR>, an open-source medical
>> info tracking solution that runs on low-power hardware (primarily
>> used in the Philippines at the moment).
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