This is the website of Hunter "Lilia" Turcin, a software engineer from Milwaukee. In my spare time, I maintain a collection of old computers mainly from the 1990s, advocate for bicycle infrastructure, play MMORPGs (sometimes), contribute to open source software, and do some fursuiting both locally and at conventions.
You may be looking for:
- Beaver, a GTK4-based Gopher client
- Calmira Reborn, a Windows 9x-inspired shell for Windows 3.1, forked from Calmira LFN 3.32
- helparchive, an archive of Microsoft's old KnowledgeBase articles
- msdn98extract, a utility for extracting Microsoft KnowledgeBase articles from the MSDN 98 CD-ROM
- mw-rtf, a MediaWiki extension adding support for an RTF (Rich Text Format) content model
- Place Kangaroo, a kangaroo-themed placeholder image service
- PollWhere, a web app for performing map location polls
- Random Bat Service, a bat-themed random image service that supports user contributions
- sewifurs.org, a website for the furries of southeastern Wisconsin
- turkbot, a multipurpose Discord bot with several dozen functions
- turkbot web, a web interface for a small subset of turkbot's functions
I am also the current maintainer of Xfburn, an optical media burning application that is part of the Xfce project.
My collection and guides can be browsed at the Computers Wiki!
And if you try poking around anywhere else, I'll turn you into a tiny mouse that's too small to use the keyboard!