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Hi there πŸ‘‹

My name is Christophe VG and these repositories contain my serious and less serious code ramblings. My interests are mainly focused on software development as a trade and tooling to get things done.

I'm basically on this eternal quest to create my personal stack to be able to quickly create whatever little application crosses my mind. Because they come across often and fast, if I'm not done quickly enough, they end up somewhere in /dev/null πŸ˜‡

Since the early 80s, programming languages have always had an enormous attractive force on me, making me explore every single one I could lay my hands on. Many I'd like to erase from my memory (Visual Basic, Java, C#, yes I'm talking about you!) Notable highlights that got some appreciation over time included PHP, Javascript, C,.. and around 2013 Python entered my editor. Just like MacOS, it felt like the "where-have-you-been-all-my-life" experience all over again, making all other languages feel like some form of masochism 😈

Currently my (ever changing) focus is on the pinned repos below:

  • bpmn-tools - my collection of Python modules to work with BPMN. After a few rounds of prototyping, I'm currently working on a 1.0 target. After that I hope to revive UmlCanvas to the likes of
  • pypi-template - my semi-biased/personal template-based set of common & best practices for managing a Python project/package on PyPi - I like consistency, so most of my (Python) projects/repos are based on it
  • baseweb - my unholy matrimony of Python and Vue(tify), also known as my personal ultra-rapid web-application development environment, bringing together the basic and standardized technologies that I feel are appropriate for what I need to do at a given time (read: Python, Flask, OAuth, REST, SocketIO, Vue, Vuetify, JavaScript). I also try to keep baseweb-demo up to date with the latest additions, yet YMMV.
  • human-parser-generator - this older project is (very slowly) getting a remake/sequel transitioning it from C# to... Python πŸ˜‡

And please remember: everything in these repositories is all and only about software: it is software and/or enables building software. It's made mostly for fun and shared as openly as possible for others to enjoy.

Nothing more, nothing less.

So ... Be kind, be useful, live and let live.


  1. bpmn-tools bpmn-tools Public

    A collection of tools to work with BPMN

    Python 5 3

  2. pypi-template pypi-template Public

    Template-based common/best practices for managing a Python package on PyPi

    Python 2 2

  3. baseweb baseweb Public

    A little bit of Python serving a lot of Vuetify goodness

    JavaScript 1

  4. human-parser-generator human-parser-generator Public archive

    A straightforward recursive descent Parser Generator with a focus on "human" code generation and ease of use.

    C# 29 9