Here is a list of the open source code and projects that I've released to the public. They're roughly listed in reverse chronological order so the most recent are first. If you're particularly interested in FOAF related projects then view my FOAF projects page
XSLT stylesheets that connect together geo-tagged metadata exposed by several services with Google Maps.
A semantic web crawler implemented in Java.
A Java API for reading FOAF metadata
A bookmarklet for jumping directly to "print-friendly" pages on many websites, thereby avoiding the adverts
A Java port of the MusicBrainz API
Java code to extract RDF metadata from MS Office documents using the POI API.
A "Little Language" for building project structures. Implemented using Ant and XSLT
A stylesheet that will convert a JSP TLD file into HTML. Plus a "rich" version that allows for embedded HTML in the TLD file. Two separate transforms then convert this to a plain TLD plus HTML documentation.
Linked for posterity only as the code no longer works in latest Firefox/Mozilla browsers
Again, for posterity. The first bit of code I ever gave away was some utilities for working with Quake2 PAK files in Java. Basically a re-written and improved version of some Java code that John Carmack released. This lead to my getting involved in Q2Java around 1999/2000. My first real experience in contributing to open source applications.