I maintain various software (mostly but not all free software and open source software), detailed below. My level of activity in maintaining any particular piece of software may vary. I have also contributed to many other pieces of free software.
See my separate GCC, glibc, EGLIBC and C standards development page. I do GCC, glibc and EGLIBC development for CodeSourcery (part of Mentor Graphics since 2010/2011).
In 1996/7 I had some bugfixes to the bsd-games collection for GNU/Linux, and wanted to do something useful with them. Since this collection had been essentially unmaintained since 1993, I ended up receiving maintainership from the previous maintainer. The current version is 2.17 released 2005 February 18: bsd-games-2.17.tar.gz (MD5 sum 238a38a3a017ca9b216fc42bde405639) and bsd-games-non-free-2.17.tar.gz (MD5 sum f70b5fe38c3dd82b44024263819621f9), available from ibiblio.org. Binary packages are available in Debian and maybe other distributions whose maintainers for the package haven’t contacted me. Note that this collection is for GNU/Linux and GNU/Hurd only although parts may be more generally portable.
I maintain nppt, an enhanced ppt(6) to draw pictures of punched paper tape in both ASCII and PostScript formats (inspired by work for the CUCPS logo. The current version is 0.4 released 2004 June 6: nppt-0.4.tar.gz (MD5 sum 7a4fb16c1500792d37c1ebae95cd22c9), available from ibiblio.org. Although tested on GNU/Linux it should be more widely portable to other systems.
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