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  1. TikZ library for drawing Bayesian networks, graphical models and (directed) factor graphs in LaTeX.

    TeX 709 135

  2. Haskell/Hask inspired classes and functions in Python

    Python 4

  3. Niche i3 Desktop Environment: Keyboard-driven DE installed in the home directory

    Nix 16

  4. Live offline OS for cryptocurrencies based on NixOS

    Nix 5

  5. The junction tree algorithm for (discrete) factor graphs

    Python 10 2

  6. Personal NixOS configuration

    Nix 42 8

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May 2021

jluttine has no activity yet for this period.

April 2021

Created 2 repositories

Created a pull request in NixOS/nixpkgs that received 6 comments

pythonPackages.ipympl: fix build

Motivation for this change EDIT: The package had already been upgraded in staging but the build was broken. This PR fixes that. This update fixes …

+3 −1 6 comments
Opened 4 other pull requests in 2 repositories
Reviewed 1 pull request in 1 repository
NixOS/nixpkgs 1 pull request

Created an issue in Bitmessage/PyBitmessage that received 4 comments

Separate view key like in Monero

I'm not familiar with Bitmessage details, but as far as I understand, the private key is used in decrypting a message but also in creating a messag…

4 comments
Opened 7 other issues in 6 repositories
monero-project/monero-gui
1 closed 1 open
39aldo39/DecSyncCC
1 open
mymonero/mymonero-app-site
1 open
jupyter/nbdime
1 closed
jupyterlab/jupyterlab
1 closed
m2049r/xmrwallet
1 open
13 contributions in private repositories Apr 1 – Apr 20

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