Here are some side projects I’ve worked on in my spare time.
What began as part of an impromptu LaTeX workshop at the 2015 Linguistic Institute has turned into a full-fledged handout intended to familiarize folks with the typesetting system LaTeX. The handout is intended to be useful to anyone just starting with LaTeX, though one section does address some things that might be useful to linguists in particular. I really welcome and appreciate feedback about the handout so that I can continue to improve it. Please send any feedback you might have to me via email or raise it as a GitHub issue.
I maintain Docker images for past and present versions of psiTurk, a Python command-line tool for running and interacting with experiments on Amazon Mechanical Turk.
I’ve contributed to a variety of open source projects, to varying degrees.
I've suggested improvements and helped to fix bugs and version issues in Semantics & Pragmatics' Biblatex implementation of the Unified Style Sheet for Linguistics Journals.
I've made minor contributions to psiTurk, a Python command-line tool for running and interacting with experiments on Amazon Mechanical Turk.
I've made minor contributions to various parts of the broader Homebrew project, including contributions to
homebrew-coreand contributions to
I've made minor contributions to GitHub's collection of