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== About me ==
 
== About me ==
 
I'm a programmer at Moscow-based software and telco company. Also I've got a [http://peter.fedorapeople.org/ page at Fedorapeople]  with some Fedora-related stuff.
 
I'm a programmer at Moscow-based software and telco company. Also I've got a [http://peter.fedorapeople.org/ page at Fedorapeople]  with some Fedora-related stuff.
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== About my beasts ==
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* [http://www.smolts.org/client/show/pub_597e2d6d-7d94-4299-a9ae-e7c3a7e35b31 Moya] - Western Digital MyBook World Edition (ARM926)
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* [http://www.smolts.org/client/show/pub_597e2d6d-7d94-4299-a9ae-e7c3a7e35b31 Sulaco] - Mac Mini G4 (PowerPC)
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* [http://www.smolts.org/client/show/pub_65bc6f12-d2a0-4c6c-9a29-5ae52489011e Nostromo] - noname PC (x86 distro at x86_64 machine)
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* [http://www.smolts.org/client/show/pub_5c0edf98-7224-40c2-9045-715bfc45c1e2 Workplace] - noname PC (x86)
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* will add more later...
  
 
== Packages currently maintained in Fedora ==
 
== Packages currently maintained in Fedora ==

Revision as of 06:33, 22 June 2009

Contents

Peter Lemenkov

Contact info

  • Email: lemenkov@gmail.com
  • Jabber: lemenkov@gmail.com

Если вы хотите включить в Fedora/EPEL нужное вам приложение, и не знаете с чего начать, то можете связаться с участниками проекта Fedora, (говорящими по-русски, между прочим! :)), в xmpp-конференции fedora-devel@conference.jabber.ru

About me

I'm a programmer at Moscow-based software and telco company. Also I've got a page at Fedorapeople with some Fedora-related stuff.

About my beasts

  • Moya - Western Digital MyBook World Edition (ARM926)
  • Sulaco - Mac Mini G4 (PowerPC)
  • Nostromo - noname PC (x86 distro at x86_64 machine)
  • Workplace - noname PC (x86)
  • will add more later...

Packages currently maintained in Fedora

https://admin.fedoraproject.org/pkgdb/users/packages/peter?acls=owner

Participation in Special Interest Groups

Packages currently cooking

My Wishlist and interesting apps

  • AIRES - a set of programs and subroutines to simulate particle showers produced after the incidence of high energy cosmic rays on the earth's atmosphere, and to manage all the data associated with these simulations.
  • Apetag - A command line ape 2.0 tagger.
  • Astroseries - RTS game.
  • BLAST - finds regions of similarity between biological sequences.
  • c-repl - REPL for C.
  • Commander Stalin - Soviet RTS game based on Boswars and Stratagus engine.
  • Crystal Space - free cross-platform software development kit for realtime 3D graphics, with particular focus on games.
  • Cuneiform -an OCR system originally developed and open sourced by Cognitive technologies.
  • DISLIN - high-level plotting library for displaying data. Non-commercial clause.
  • DMD - Linux D Compiler
  • Euler - powerful, versatile, and open source software for numerical and symbolic computations
  • FreeArc
  • FreeWRL - VRML/X3D browser. TODO: advice Harold Blount to include (after proper modifications) his rpm into Fedora.
  • Garlic - free, open source molecular viewer and editor.
  • GDC - D Programming Language for GCC
  • JavaNNS - successor of SNNS, Stuttgart Neural Network Simulator.
  • Kilim
  • lfm - Last File Manager is a simple but powerful file manager for the UNIX console.
  • libgfx - library to simplify the creation of computer graphics software.
  • Mac-on-Linux - virtualization solution for PowerPC
  • Magnus - special purpose mathematical package for Infinite Group Theory computations
  • Maxwell Word Processor - lightweight text editor with Motif GUI. no news since 2001 though.
  • Mercury - new logic/functional programming language.
  • MOLMOL - molecular graphics program for displaying, analyzing, and manipulating the three-dimensional structure of biological macromolecules, with special emphasis on the study of protein or DNA structures determined by NMR.
  • MonetDB
  • MooseFS
  • Mule - Enterprise Service Bus and integration platform.
  • Nial - Nested Interactive Array Language.
  • Ngraph - program creating scientific 2-dimensinal graphs for the researcher and engineer.
  • Openfire - (formerly Wildfire) is a real time collaboration (RTC) server, based on XMPP. Initial attempt to package it was made.
  • OpenFOAM - The Open Source CFD Toolbox.
  • PerfSuite - collection of tools, utilities, and libraries for software performance analysis.
  • plan9port - port of many Plan 9 programs from their native Plan 9 environment to Unix-like operating systems.
  • PyNGL - Python scientific visualisation package. Someting weird with their license, although they claims that they changed it.
  • QKDT
  • RALCGM - program to interpret Computer Graphics Metafiles. Seems dead, but source still can be found.
  • RasMol - program for molecular graphics visualisation
  • Red5 - Open Source Flash Server
  • Redick - Redick is an open source implementation of the J Programming Language.
  • RLaB is an interactive, interpreted scientific programming environment. Recently was renamed to rlabplus.
  • SALOME - a generic platform for Pre and Post-Processing for numerical simulation.
  • sC++ - educational parallel programming language
  • Skipstone - handy Gtk+ Web Browser which uses Gecko or WebKit.
  • Spark - XMPP IM client optimized for businesses and organizations.
  • SR - educational parallel programming language. Predecessor to the MPD programming language.
  • STLport - multiplatform ANSI C++ Standard Library implementation.
  • SqueezeCenter (former SlimServer) - media server.
  • Talend Open Profiler - sophisticated yet simple-to-use data profiler.
  • TCM - collection of software tools to present specifications of software systems in the form of diagrams, tables, trees, and the like.
  • Ted - text editor.
  • Tkhtml3 - Tk widget that displays content formatted according to the HTML and CSS standards.
  • TOra - Toolkit for Oracle which aims to help the DBA or developer of database application.
  • Tulip - software for visualisation of huge graphs.
  • Vis5d+
  • VisAD
  • VisIT
  • VisTrails - scientific workflow management system developed at the University of Utah that provides support for data exploration and visualization.
  • XITE - X based Image processing Tools and Environment.
  • XtreemFS - distributed, object-based file system.

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