I intend to put documentation about past, current and future projects of mine here.
However that shouldn't lead you to the assumption that these projects are released or in any other way intended for the public. I might release some of them when they reach a final state, but not earlier.
Hans-Ulrich Kiel and I wrote iMaze, a multi-player game. (The page is located at the Technical University of Clausthal.)
I wrote a program that plays the ancient east-asian board game Go, and a web interface for it.
A long time ago I invented a board game called octopawn.
A significant amount of code exists already, but many necessary things are still missing.
jws - a windowing system for text windows
wwm - a window manager with special jws support
User space TCP/IP - an experimental IP stack running outside the kernel
Cars - a racing game
You can download the source of a few of them.
No code has been written yet.
All of these projects are connected in some way, so you may want to have a look at all of them to get the big picture. Actually I have problems deciding what to implement first.
Moon - an operating system, formerly named "joerchOS"
a language for Moon
Data format specification - a format specification language similar to XDR
IP host - hardware and software for keeping joerch.org on the Net
To the joerch.org main page.
Page created: Jun 29, 1997 -
last update: Nov 26, 2002 -
Jörg Czeranski (Impressum)