Computer Lab: Projects
Currently I maintain four bigger online projects besides my personal homepage. They are:
In August 1994 the G.A.U.H.P.I.L. was the first list dedicated to personal homepages of users of a certain computer system. It is the most important contribution to the World Wide Web I made by now. Meanwhile the G.A.U.H.P.I.L. is back for the future! In February 2004 I have converted the list into a MySQL database. The list currently shows more than 700 users!
The "Standard Amiga FD-Software Copyright Note"(TM) was my second
Amiga project - it started in December 1994. This project tries to set
a standard for DefaultTools and to get rid of the big variety of boring
copyright and distribution notes. There are translations in several languages
to support "localized" software. On February 27, 1999, I finally launched
the official online support site which offers quick information about the
"AFD-COPYRIGHT"(TM) files! Here you can download all available translations,
sometimes even before they are released on Aminet!
This project was something I wanted to do for a while, but first I
had to finish my final diploma exams. So the project startet in August 1996.
It is a collection of multimedia-related acronyms, which are listed
alphanumerically on 26 pages.
This illustrated tour report is still under construction and the work on the english translation didn't even start yet. In fact, I didn't do anything on this project since 1999. Currently I try to setup a travelogue page.
The News page shows the latest changes on all my web projects.
Further information about my previous online projects can be found in the Design Evolution.
© Dietmar Knoll (E-Mail) 2001-03-23, latest change: 2004-12-03