Name: Steven Young
Member since: 1999-11-16 23:04:08
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I've contributed very little open-source software so far, but my projects are available on my web-site.
One project is time-tracking program for the Palm OS. I am an attorney, and when I was working at a law firm, I used this program to keep track of all my billable hours (I am in-house now, and don't need to keep track of billable hours, so I am no longer maintaining this project).
Another project is a program to read audio data from a hard-disk formatted with the FDMS-3 filesystem used by Fostex multitrack recorders such as the FD-8. I've got one of these machines, and they record to an external SCSI hard-disk, but Fostex does not support any direct method of getting the audio data to your computer (instead they would have you go through a DAT machine, a sound-card, or some other method which is invariably either (i) expensive, or (ii) of bad quality). I reverse engineered their filesystem and wrote this program so that I can directly read the audio data and produce WAV files from it on my Linux machine.
I have a few other projects sitting on my hard drive that I plan to make available when I get the time.
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