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Kwpolska/README.md

$ whoami

I’m Krzysztof — you can call me Chris. I’m a web developer from Wrocław, Poland who knows his way around Django, and also sometimes does Vue (but can also work with other stacks).

Open source stuff

A lot of my open source projects are on GitHub. Projects I contributed to include:

  • Nikola, a static site generator written in Python, which tries to be fast and support multiple input formats (including Jupyter Notebooks) (I’m the co-maintainer)
  • PKGBUILDer, an AUR helper
  • django-expenses, a simple yet comprehensive system for managing personal expenses, written in Django
  • …and a bunch more, listed below and on the Repositories page.

Educational content

I also write educational posts sometimes. You might be interested in:

Where to find me

I rarely blog at chriswarrick.com. If you want to e-mail me, try my name @ the domain my blog is in, or you can look at the contact page.

Pinned

  1. pkgbuilder Public

    An AUR helper (and library) in Python 3.

    Python 62 13

  2. A static website and blog generator

    Python 2.3k 434

  3. A template for Python Projects. INSERT TAGLINE HERE.™

    Python 162 30

  4. upass Public

    Console UI for pass.

    Python 133 17

  5. Automation for nginx and uWSGI Emperor setup. Based on my pyweb tutorial and Ansible.

    Dockerfile 22 7

  6. A comprehensive system for managing expenses.

    Python 6 4

196 contributions in the last year

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Activity overview
Contributed to getnikola/nikola, getnikola/plugins, Kwpolska/django-expenses and 21 other repositories

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