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These are all my projects starting back to the early 2000s (some of them moved over from Subversion, Sourceforge and even CVS)

I have a passion for open source providing anything from short samples up to full complex solutions like my (very outdated...) Nymphicus multi protocol social media client.


Just a small fun fact: my username (which I am using eveywhere including dates back to the 90th when AOL started to grow and was a very cheap way of getting free internet - for a month. So first month my username was sven, second svenwalther, then svenw followed by svenwa and it all ended with svenwal :)


  1. Hugo based homepage


  2. A Docker image with typical tools preinstalled for Kong CI/CD usage

    Dockerfile 9 2

  3. A Kong plugin which adds a random latency and/or errors to a request in order to simulate bad networks

    Lua 2 1

  4. A Dockerfile to create a JSONPlaceholder with example data

    Shell 2 1

  5. Chapper Public

    Forked from TlhanGhun/Chapper

    Chapper is a small client designed to be focused on the main things and having no not need stuff. It is the little brother of Nymphicus for Windows and shares much code, ideas and know how …


  6. Forked from TlhanGhun/nymphicus-windows

    Nymphicus for Windows is a multi-account and multi-service social media client. You can connect multiple Twitter and Facebooks account define any number of customized views to filter the incoming p…


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January 2022

59 contributions in private repositories Jan 2 – Jan 19

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