This is a list of “stuff” I’ve worked on over the years, in reverse chronological order:
This site has changed shape a few times, beginning with WordPress (2008 to 2015), to a fully static site (until end 2017), to what you’re looking at now (static site plus comments). There’s an Archive page which brings everything together.
The list of all articles on this new site can be found at https://jeelabs.org/articles/.
JeeLabs @ GitHub has a bunch of projects, with several people working on them, in front of and behind the scenes. Note that I have now moved all my personal code repositories from jcw @ GitHub to my server at https://git.jeelabs.org/.
JeeLabs Docs has some documentation. This was started a bit late in the game, so it’s pretty lame. Then again, it does document a few recent projects and hacks.
The JeeLabs forum and wiki are starting to get a bit stale, but are still operational and contain lots of information. An older forum (2011 to 2012) used Drupal, and before that it was BBPress. These are static snapshots (some links are broken, but all the content is there). So much for long-term forum maintenance, I guess.
The Tcl’ers Wiki used to be a place where I spent of lot of my waking hours, but we’ve both moved on since then. This was an early Wiki based on Tcl + Metakit.
The Equi4.com website was started in the 1990’s and lists projects I’ve worked on quite a long time ago, including Metakit, Tclkit, Critcl, Wikit, Vlerq, and CatFish (now in my personal git repo’s). There is even an ancient weblog plus musings.
Before that, there was no internet, only text-based email - hard to imagine, eh?
Note that only my public & non-commercial projects have been listed above.
It looks like (at least on internet) nothing ever goes fully away …