Everything I write that is not under contract is open-sourced de-facto, since I put everything on Github. But not everything is worth a look.
Asynctest is a library written in Python. It provides utilities for writting tests for software using asyncio. In particular, it provides mocks for coroutines.
I started this project in 2015 and I am still its main author and maintainer.
I gave two talks about asynctest:
- FOSDEM 2017 (available on YouTube),
- Pycon FR 2016 (on YouTube).
Festune is a collection of scripts I use to manage my spotify playlists. It allows me to find duplicates between playlists, and generate others automatically.
I consider this project as a pet project. It's open-source so anyone can look at it and reuse my code, but I don't plan to maintain it nor add features that I'll not need. Pull requests are welcome though.