This page lists some programming stuff I've done; it is not a complete list.
VUW Timetable application
You should realise that this program is a collection of bugs, which sometimes work together to produce some useful results. However, any deviation from a certain input will result in unpredictable output. There is a todo list.
- Make the saved images use the correct-sized canvas
- Add in new Alan MacDiarmid (AM) building
- Make easier to disable s/CHEM/ALCH/ stuff
- Fix streams
- Implement s/CHEM/ALCH/
VUW Wireless Login (VUWWL Prefs)
20120328 Initial release
- This was developed to automatically manage the web-based authentication of the wireless at VUW.
- The idea is there is an open wifi network, but to have access to the internet one must authenticate with some webpage. This is a pain. Especially as every time the wifi connection is lost, authentication must be performed again. Hence, I wrote an android app, that should work for Android 2.1 onwards (tested only on CM7.2/Android 2.3.7). Any time the wifi connection changes, it checks the network name, and if it's the correct one (configurable), then it tries to log in.
- The website it tries to authenticate with is configurable, as are three fields (default to username, password, domain). Also, there are non-configurable fields Submit=Submit, and buttonClicked=4. The request is sent as POST not GET, though in the future this may be selectable.
- It is possible to manually request it tries to log in, but the network name must still match. There also must be a wifi connection.
20120710 Update for ICS compatibility
- Removes the various notifications, which might be less annoying.
- Now works on ICS, as the notifications appeared to break it.
- In a future version, should be able to have some arbitrary number of rules.
20120729 Adds support for more than one rule
- Now supports an arbitrary number of distinct rules, with some user-chosed ID.
- Only runs rules that match the SSID of the connected network.
- Allows deleltion, but not deactivation, of rules.
- Still shows no notifications, this is certainly less annoying.
This list post (http://email@example.com/msg503765.html) includes a fix for python-4suite-xml, which is used by opensync-plugin-googlecalendar.