2009-01-05
As my hobby software projects get larger and larger, it is no longer that efficient to post large chunks of code for a finished project, especially when the code may be spread out over multiple files. To solve this problem, I've taken the step to get a domain from which I can host gzipped archives of software projects that I'm working on.

Currently, the only projects being hosted are hubcap and vplayer; a metronome and a commandline audio player, respectively, both of which are written in Vala and use the same audio playing class that most if not all of my future audio playing Vala projects will use. Reduce, Reuse, Recycle.

To keep things boring, I have chosen the rather blandly named jezra.net as the domain for this adventure of mine. The site is running the feature free framework that I mentioned in a previous post as well as some custom javascript and CSS to make the rounded rectangles on most of the pages; all of which I hope to post when I get a chance to clean up the code a bit.
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