User:BleuLlama

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iPodLinux Contributions


Now Playing

    • Various podzilla2 user interface enhancements
      • Menu Groups - groups similar menu items together - like the iPod Touch/iPhone Settings menu


In the playlist

These are in progress, but not my primary focus right now... they might pop back up randomly.

    • MikModule MikMod 3.2.0 port to podzilla2
      • smart queueing - caches multiple songs in one shot
      • Switch the audio device to the proper one for newer iPods
    • Transient (temporary) header widgets - status indicators for games, modules, etc.
    • Vortex (Tempest-like game for pz2)
      • gameplay
      • bug fixes
    • ipodmame svn, builds, nano support, (initial work by imphasing)
      • need to remove the horrible configuration-file based stuff. That was a poor idea
    • IPodGames reverse engineering AppleOS-based games for 5g iPods
      • Not really doing anything on this front, just maintaining the page.
    • Lithp Lisp-like interpreter with event hooks (version 2)
      • minor enhancements/functions needed - like adding a "backlight disable" thing
    • Other Bugfixes
      • Time/Date not getting to podzilla2 correctly on Nano/5G


podzilla 2 Modules

    • Llauncher Graphical external application launcher for podzilla2
    • Wumpus 3.0 - a non-legacy podzilla2 module, and to generally looks better than the pz0 version
    • Lithp Lisp-like interpreter with event hooks (needs updating)
    • Resistor color code tool thingy
    • Truchet pattern demo


iPod Linux / podzilla 2 / ttk Contributions Completed

    • Headed up the first ContributionContest (November 2006-January 2007)
    • TTK Startup - Tux instead of dots (Using tux icon from User:CourtC)
    • Modularization of header widgets and decorations
    • MPDC header widgets (icon indicator, progress display)
    • command line/resolution selection
    • color gradient rects (and subsequent rewrite)
    • color schemes: Amiga 1.x, Amiga 2.x, Red, Gameboy, BeOS, MacOS, TOS
    • appearance stuff: Scaled "Amiga", BeOS, Lisa, TOS, System 7 and MacOS decorations
    • load average display rewrite
    • header text justification
    • battery update rate/disable
    • ignore firewire->diskmode if on 5g or Nano


iPod Linux/podzilla 0 Contributions Completed

    • Clock engine, time setting, 1g/2g auto-timeset and all of the current clock faces.
    • HuntTheWumpus game for podzilla.
    • Lights - a "Lights Out" game for podzilla.
    • PodDraw - with color, and image saving.
    • WorldClock and strange time zone/DST type things.
    • Vectorfont routines. NOW WITH BETTER "J"!
    • Settings API for PTK/Podzilla Core (while coding for issue #14) (not used, since it sucked)
    • Appearance routines (including color schemes, decorations, battery indicator, load average display, etc)
    • Modal Dialog box. ("Ok" "Cancel" etc...)
    • bootloader multi-image support (different displayed graphic for each kernel chosen.) Somewhat obsolete now that Bootsplash exists.


Standalone Things Completed (and now abandoned)

    • BleuLlauncher a stripped-down, hacked podzilla 0 build that's just for launching programs. (pz0, pz2, idoom, etc....) with a timeout.
    • MikModPodzilla music player This one does have a GUI, and accepts user inputs. It plays playlists of mod files. (mod, xm, s3m, etc...) and is now somewhat a part of CVS podzilla.

Both of these are based on Podzilla0 which we've moved away from at this point. Now that Podzilla 2 supports launching, and my Llauncher Module is available, there's not much reason to develop it anymore. (The MikModule is in the works.)


Future Work (perhaps)

    • Porting MilkyPlayer to podzilla2
    • Alarms (trigger beep, audio playback, etc.) - i have a design, mostly, and a framework with hooks, but I haven't done the alarm setting code.
    • PodDraw - A re-write, adding in support for "Surround" and "Nibbler" games.
    • Cacheing back end for the settings system completed above (to reduce disk access)


iPod

    • "Trumpy" -- iPod Touch, 16 gig (loan)
    • "Cheese Musket" -- 5.5G, 30 gig, black (loan)
    • "Flynn II" -- 5.5G, 80 gig, white
    • "Burrito" -- Nano1G, 1 gig, black
    • "Wiggly" -- 4G, 10 gig
    • "Glorph" -- 1G, 5 gig, with high capacity battery
    • Most of the 4th gen Belkin accessories, 5th gen TuneTalk Stereo
    • Two SendStation Firewire Pocket Docks (one with, one without line-out)

About


Who

    Scott Lawrence (AKA Bleullama, AKA Yorgle, AKA Jerry) Oh, and I'm also a character in a friend's comic strip (http://www.clenchedfistlabs.com).

What

    C | C++ | Objective C | Z80 Asm | Java (/Swing/AWT) | Processing | Perl | XML | Javascript | PHP | HTML GUI design and widgets | applications-level coding | development tools | production tools | systems design

Other

    • LlemonIDE (http://umlautllama.com/project.php?ShortName=LlemonIDE) an IDE for creating and debugging Z80 arcade code
    • Yorgle Notebook (http://umlautllama.com/project.php?ShortName=Notebook) my cg/coding hacks/essays page
    • iMovie/Final Cut Plugins (http://umlautllama.com/project.php?ShortName=iMoviePlugins)
    • Turaco (http://umlautllama.com/project.php?ShortName=TuracoCL) / AGE
    • Pac-Matrix (http://umlautllama.com/project.php?ShortName=PacPengoOriginals) and other original code for Z80/Pac-Man
    • QuadBlok (Pac-Z80 version and Proce55ing version (http://umlautllama.com/project.php?ShortName=QuadBlokProcessing))
    • UberPaint/4P (http://umlautllama.com/project.php?ShortName=4P)
    • my now deceased webcomic, NORT (http://www.yorgle.org)
    • all of the projects (http://umlautllama.com/searchlist.php?All=ipl)

Designed, never built

    • Distributed Weblog system
    • Totem (http://umlautllama.com/project.php?ShortName=TotEm) Arcade Emulator
    • Alpaca (http://umlautllama.com/project.php?ShortName=Alpaca) Multitasking Z80 OS

Where

    Rochester, NY, USA

How

    OS X, Solaris, various Linuxen, vi, DPaint, homebrew tools

Contact




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