justJanne

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About

I’m a creator of many open source projects, including the Quasseldroid project. Your contribution helps maintain these projects, and many more!

Quasseldroid

The Quasseldroid project was originally started by Frederik M. J. Vestre (freqmod), and many others, including Martin Sandsmark, Magnus Fjell and Ken Børge Viktil have contributed over the years.
Since 2014 I am the new maintainer, and have worked on a redesign to use Material Design, and am now working on a rewrite to significantly improve performance and stability.


quassel-rest-search

In February 2016 I started work on a project to replace Quasselsuche. The goal was to create a new search solution for the Quassel project that would feature a REST API, a modern web interface, and also significantly improved performance. Long-term, I wanted to experiment with search in this project so we would have a plan for implementing search in the Quassel core later on.
The PostgreSQL backend became feature complete in March 2017, since then the project is mostly complete, only a SQLite backend would still need work.


Quassel Icons

In 2017, Google announced Android Oreo, and with it the move to adaptive icons. This meant we needed a new icon for Quasseldroid. At the same time, we had planned to provide better support for the Breeze theme on desktop. As I had already created the last two icons for Quasseldroid, I decided that this time we should aim for a consistent look on all platforms, and started creating a demo page so we could test different color schemes. A scheme was chosen shortly afterwards, leading to me finishing this project with the final version of the icons in March 2017.


Powerline Go

As powerline-shell felt too slow, I decided to port it to go in August 2017. Since then this project has seen lots of activity and many active pull requests.


Other projects

I also contribute to other projects, you can find these on https://github.com/justjanne/ and https://git.kuschku.de/users/justJanne/projects
Goals
$47 – reached! per month
A better server to run the CI and Website so I can actually run unit and emulator tests in CI.
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