A portfolio of the main current and past projects of Pieter Hintjens:

  • (2011) CZMQ - high-level C binding for ØMQ (author).
  • (2011) ØMQ RFCs - series of protocol specifications for ØMQ architectures (main author, editor).
  • (2010) ØMQ - building community around iMatix's ØMQ product (benevolent dictator).
  • (2008-2009) Wikidot blog - official voice of Wikidot.com (CEO).
  • (2009) Wikidot packages - reusable components for Wikidot websites (founder, contributor).
  • (2009) COSS - the Consensus-Oriented Specification System, peer-to-peer specification framework based on branch-and-merge approach (author).
  • (2009) RestMS, a RESTful messaging system (founder, contributing author).
  • (2009) Stallmanism - This Religion is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of GNU General Public License (GPL) as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version. (co-founder, main author).
  • (2008-) X5 - a fast, efficient web server based on the iMatix Base2 technical platform (author).
  • (2008-) the Devil's Wiki - "Society (n.) Equal parts of beggar, baker, bureaucrat, and bandit." (author).
  • (2007) ODFworks - success stories from ODF users (author).
  • (2007-) Digital Majority - software Patents News & Views (founder, contributing writer).
  • (2006-) OpenAMQ - a fast, efficient open source AMQP messaging product (architect, lead).
  • (2006-2007) CAPSoff - early Wikiturfing experiment to ban the CapsLock key (designer).
  • (2006-2007) Wikiturfing - grassrooting the Internet using the principles of community (author).
  • (2000-) Alio Pacto - short stories about life (author).
  • (1996-2000) Xitami - a fast, efficient and portable web server (author).
  • (1995-2000) SFL - the Standard Function Library for portable applications (author).
  • (1996-1998) htmlpp - an HTML pre-processor used to construct large web sites (author).
  • (1992-1997) Libero - an open source code generator for many languages and platforms.
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