Everyone always has lots of projects going on. So do I. Here's where I intend to collect pointers to new and old projects of mine. See also my open source projects.
I am the main author and maintainer of cURL and libcurl. I always spend a lot of time reading and replying to curl, mails, as well as fixing bugs and improve things.
c-ares is an asynch name resolver library. I am project maintainer.
I needed a man page to HTML converter tool that makes nice-looking web pages. I found none I liked, so I wrote roffit.
C code portability is a subject I'm often involved in, one way or another. This is my take at gathering and summarizing info about it. I no longer work on this.
ipwhere is a nifty tool that tells in what country and continent a given IP address resides. I no longer work on this.
Portable and extendable printf and string functions: trio!
Convert a mail to a short plain-text: mail2sms. I no longer work on this.
An ANSI C preprocessor: fcpp
dbestfit is a complete and stand-alone memory system (malloc, realloc, free etc) replacement using a best-fit algorithm. I no longer work on this.
I and a few friends were gonna build ourselves a nice media computer/PVR. I collected some details and bits here. I no longer work on this.
Subversion List Archives
I run a few web archives of some Subversion-related mailing lists: Subversion Mailing List Archives
I'm active in the libssh2 project and I co-admin it.
Idling or Simply Inactive in These Open Source Projects
These are projects that I have been participating in, but I haven't been doing much lately or that I have abandoned completely: