2022 November Retrospective

I accumulated quite a lot of repositories on GitHub over the years. Many are forks of ancient versions of libraries, which some people still tend of find and then attempt to use. Which of course is not a good idea for a number of reasons, but what can one do?

Well, one could go ahead and clean them up. Which is exactly what I started doing this month. There’s still ways to go and more to nuke, but the process has started.

If I had a dollar for every email I have from someone trying to compile or use one of these ancient relics I would have been the one to buy Twitter.

By going through the list of repositories during the cleaning process, I also happened to stumble upon a few very old personal gems of mine that I have totally forgotten about.


Qetesh is a tiny editor that let’s you use Egyptian Hieroglyphs.


It can save/load from local storage and export as an image.

You can find it over here.

Russian Flag Photo Filter

I know that given the current happenings and goings of the world this might not be the right time and place to resurface this in any capacity, but nonetheless I found it funny that this just laid there dormant for so many years.


You can take a look at it over here.