The other day, I made a thing:
Say hello to my new project playground called wenzel.io!
Over the years, I've been publishing a number of open source projects of varying size, and for a long time now, I wanted to have a project site to list them all (the interesting ones, anyway).
Sure, I have a github project list, but that's only a poor substitute, because it contains all sorts of work related to my day job that bubbles to the top, not letting me show off the projects I want.
Plus, some of my projects need to be deployed somewhere on the Web on their own domains for various reasons. I was never sure what domain to put these on. Now I can create newproject.wenzel.io and off I go!
Finally, if you're interested in the back story behind some of the projects, click on the individual projects' names and take a look at their project pages (like this one for python-bcrypt, for example).
Check it out and let me know what you think!
I'm blogging about once a week in 2013, on various topics. This is my thirteenth post of the year.