technical description

Klever Internet Nothings (KIN) is a collection of free, open source utilities, which were supposed to make one's life on the internet easier. Now that the life without internet isn't considered to be life anymore, the internet part became redundant, but if we were to remove the letter we'd rather make it KI. But we won't.

KIN started as a windows (win32) based project, but having to work a lot with internet services I found unix-like operating environment much more convenient and moved to linux. As a consequence I've abandoned active development of windows software and started quite a few unix projects.

It took me less than eternity to realize that people may want to pick up the windows development (and many people have actually asked for sources) and that people may also benefit from my unix software — I'm starting to make bits of it public too.

So, meet the family:

2011
cliche
*nix tinimalistic template preprocessor
2009
iii
*nix The Eye-Fi card manager daemon implementation for linux and other unices
2008
napkin
*nix sleep pattern tracking software for the Sleeptracker® watch
2006
fireflix
firefox flickr manager firefox extension
midillo
*nix midi manipulation c++ library and tools
2005
libopkele
*nix c++ implementation of the OpenID, decentralized identity system
2004
konforka
*nix The C++ convenience library used for other KIN projects
dudki
*nix minimalistic process monitoring daemon, that reports the fugitive and tries to put the latter back on track
sitecing
*nix c++ based web development engine, based on the preprocessing documents with embedded code
kingate
*nix The C++ CGI support library, implementing plain and fastcgi protocols
1998
T42
win32 win32 implementation of unix ntalk protocol
klog
win32 windows implementation of the syslog server popular on unices
kinsole
win32 The win32 console mode telnet client implementing the protocol according to RFCs and basic terminal emulation
1997
pumpkin
win32 osx windows and OSX implementation of tftp server and tftp client
bigbrother
win32 simple network monitoring tool
1996
dipstick
win32 utility for evaluating mirror sites list and picking the most icmp-responsive
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