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Jouke

by Jouke (Curate)
on Aug 15, 2000 at 17:25 UTC ( #27919=user: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

Current projects

I'm currently working on waaay too many projects at the same time...to mention some:
  • pVoice 2.1
  • pMusic(MediaPlayer a la pVoice)...first version 0.1 released
  • pStory 2.0
  • pHouse (controlling applicances in and around the house a la pVoice, using X10 and UIRT2)
  • AAC::Pvoice (set of modules to create pVoice-like applications) ... released on CPAN now
  • Audio::BASSXS (wrapper around BASS...released on CPAN now
  • PARcompile
  • Games::Tetris (I've taken over development of this module from RCLAMP
  • pTetris (Tetris a la pVoice, using Games::Tetris of course)
  • pShell (A minimalistic 'Windowmanager' for Win32, so people using the pXXX applications can start the applications themselves
I have a journal at use Perl;. My personal homepage is at http://jouke.pvoice.org

Last update: April 26, 2004 15:28 CET


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Resume

You can find my resume here

pVoice

I've moved all pVoice information to http://www.pvoice.org, so now pVoice has its own domain!!

You can subscribe to the pVoice mailinglist at http://www.pvoice.org/mailman/listinfo/pvoice

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Perlmonks I met in Real Life are: Dutch Perlmonks I know of (alphabetically):
ademol
aragorn
ar0n (ex-colleague)
asmodai
b10m
ChOas
Erik Hensema
gumpu
JaWi
jeroenes
jink
Joe++
Joost
Juerd
leons
liz
olly
orkysoft
pazuzu
sjaak
Sinister (ex-colleague)
Treenaks
wine
woolfy

Living in the Netherlands, but not quite Dutch:
kudra
mudpuppy
Ryszard
oakbox
pschoonveld

Not living in the Netherlands but speaking Dutch:
$CBAS
Beatnik
jv
toadi

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