A repository for testing and demonstrating the Console.Waterworks (Full & Core) NuGet packages. The main aim is to see how well they work in an F#-only environment.

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A website for displaying charts of the meta-data from Craig's work on his main website: https://www.craigoates.net.

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A NuGet package. It aim is to help you write extendable and command-based console programs in C# and .Net.

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Console.Waterworks.Core is the .Net Core version of Console.Waterworks.

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Death Socket consists of three projects. They are a .Net Standard 2.0 library, a console program and a Test Centre. The purpose of this repository is to provide a way for people to add grids to images.

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This is a basic WPF program which displays the data and time so it is readable from a distance -- if needed.

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A UWP dashboard which provides live updates for the 'Personal Flash in Real-Time (Andy)' and 'Personal Flash in Real-Time (Tony)' artworks -- part of the 'Return to Ritherdon' project by Nicola Ellis. Documentation can be found at

Updated 11 months ago

Data analysis on the light meter readings taken with the Light Meter project. The main area of study is the health and safety concerns regarding epilepsy.

Updated 11 months ago

A website for producing interactive charts without writing a single line of code. Built with Common Lisp and Python.

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A Python based project which measures the light levels of an environment and forwards those measurements on to a server. This project is one of several which forms the software-side of the 'Return to Ritherdon' project.

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A program for displaying the light reading data for the 'Personal Flash in Real-Time' artworks. Documentation available at

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A REST-API built with Flask and Python. Its main purpose is to receive the readings from the light meters welding booths in the Ritherdon factory and make them available for consumption by the relay-controllers in the gallery.

Updated 11 months ago

A website built in Common Lisp using Caveman2 as its framework. It is based on a collection of tutorials written by hyotang666. Those tutorials are based on chapters from the book 'Basic Ruby on Rails'. hyotang666 ported the Ruby code to Common Lisp.

Updated 9 months ago

A Python based project for controlling a set of lights via relay switches -- based on the light meter readings made available via the "Midpoint" project.

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A CLI program which grabs data from the Return to Ritherdon project's REST API server.

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The documentation repository for the software projects developed for the 'Return to Ritherdon Project' by Nicola Ellis.

Updated 11 months ago

A Python 3 console program which displays a personal collection of shortcuts. It, also, has a feature to append new shortcuts to your collection via the Command Line Interface (C.L.I.). or manually editing the shortcuts file (a markdown file).

Updated 2 years ago

A Python program which parses the data in the coblob database and transforms into a format which the co-data project can use. One of the main goals of this project is to reduce the load on the CPU in the co-data project.

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The purpose of this repository is to provide a way for people to create placeholder images quickly.

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The purpose of this repository is to provide a way for people to generate random "placeholder text" -- with a Markov Chain.

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