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Welcome to me on github

Hi, I'm Kit, he/they. In my coding life, I like Python, Rust, reStructured Text, and thinking of code as something for humans. I also really like git surgery.

I'm terrible at writing bios, so instead of making claims about "who I am", let me talk about "what I do".

Where to Find Me

I made a little calling card for the internet. I apparently made it at the right time, because a bunch of people like it. I'm glad! I find it useful, and a good chance to practice my values. I've tried very hard to make sure we're engaged in humane and ethical design at every turn in it, simple though it may be.

The code is here.

My Dotfiles

I put a bunch of time and care into my dotfiles, and I want them to be easily accessible when I set up a new laptop. So if I'm storing them here anyway, why not make them public? Usually when someone asks me how I did a thing in vim, I just link them to the appropriate section of my .vimrc.


A small tool to facilitate writing good Sphinx docs. I think documentation is very important, and being able to see what your docs will look like can help you, y'know, write them.

Half-finished things:


I want to be able to run tests, under pytest, for my Django data migrations. So this is a tool to make that easier. It's still under active development; lots of strange nooks and crannies in the code there.


It's not a thing yet, but soon, I hope, I will have a Django library to make integrating a WebSocket push notification surface into a Django REST Framework API easier.


  1. A calling card for the internet

    Python 12 5

  2. Make writing your Sphinx docs a little easier.

    Python 4

  3. My dotfiles.

    Vim script 2

  4. Test Django migrations through Pytest.

    Python 1

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June 2021

Created 14 commits in 2 repositories
129 contributions in private repositories Jun 1 – Jun 15

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