Jeff Triplett

Projects

Most of my projects range from scratching personal itches, working on community projects and initiatives, and OSS projects.

bsd-license-generator

BSD License Generator.

Days Until Late Night

This simple website solves the age-old-Kansas basketball of how many Days Until Late Night.

Django Podcast

A Django application to easily create podcast feeds.

Django Proxy

Rewrote Django Proxy. A reusable django application to create a proxy object for your models. Intended to aggregate various content types into a model for reuse.

Django RQ Email Backend

Provides Django email integration for RQ.

DjangoCon.us

The website(s) for DjangoCon.us:

My dotfiles

My personal dotfiles which are managed using Bash and Ansible.

flask-whois

A browser based whois tool with JSON support.

Is the Lead Safe?

My basketball at a glance website dedicated to answering the basic questions of “Is the Lead safe?” using a modified version of Bill James’ method.

Please note: the website only operating during the NCAA season.

Public roadmap

jefftriplett.com

My website is hosted on GitHub pages, has a custom theme that I built myself, and its source code is public on GitHub.

kindlestrip

A pip-installable conversion of Paul Durrant’s kindlestrip.

Lawrence Trail Hawks Website

My local trail running club needed help with their website and this is a fully working Django website for “running” a running club complete with weekly runs and race events.

markdownurl2print

Simple app to render a Markdown document into both a reader and printer friendly format.

Personal Goals

Since 2015, I have been sharing my personal goals on GitHub. Sometimes updated weekly.

GitHub Actions for Python

A sample GitHub Actions Workflow which shows how run, lint, and test Python code.

requests-forecast

A minimalist Forecast.io API client.

trolley

Trolley syncs issues between CSV, Github, and Trello.

url2markdown-cli

Fetch an url and translate it to markdown in one command.

100+ more projects on Github

See more projects on Github.