I'm Frederic Cambus, a software and network engineer living in Rzeszow, Poland.
My main areas of interest are ANSI Art, DNS, HTTP, Text Mode, and OpenBSD.
I'm working on StatDNS, a DNS research project publishing monthly TLD zone files statistics and producing open source DNS tools, and on Telize, an IP Geolocation API.
In my spare time, I'm an OpenBSD developer. Here are my commit statistics and history for the ports and src repositories, as well as the list of ports I maintain.
I also used to be known as Cleaner on Artscene and Demoscene.
Open Source projects
All my open source projects are released under the BSD 2-Clause license.
- AnsiLove - ASCII / ANSI art to PNG converter, also supporting several artscene file formats.
- AnsiWeather - Weather forecasts in the terminal, using ANSI colors and Unicode symbols.
- Logswan - Web log analyzer targeted at very large log files.
- Motyl - Opinionated blog-aware static site generator.
- RRDA - REST API allowing to perform DNS queries over HTTP.
- Spleen - Monospaced bitmap fonts for consoles and terminals.
- StatZone - DNS zone file analyzer targeted at TLD zones.
- Telize - High performance JSON IP and GeoIP REST API (IP Geolocation).
- Ascii Codes - Online collection of ASCII tables for all MS-DOS charsets.
- DNS-LG - Multilocation DNS Looking Glass (DNS over HTTP).
- Goto10 - (French) BBS and Minitel Archives.
- Minitel.org - Memories of Minitel and X.25 networks.
- SBUG - Subcarpathian BSD User Group.
- StatDNS - DNS and Domain Names statistics and tools.
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