.org - The Personal Website of Brian Millar
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Projects

Welcome to my personal projects portal. Here you can access detailed information and documentation for my largest projects. There are many other smaller projects that don't deserve their own pages or detailed documentation. All of my projects including those not listed here can be found on my Github Profile.


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eXastum is an HTML5 Web Desktop Environment. eXastum
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Sandford is a new, simple Operating System. Sandford
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Aesalon is a fast, lightweight 3D Game Engine. Aesalon
sWave Reborn
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Original sWave
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The original sWave Project was a collaboration between myself and two colleagues to create a music streaming and commerce website for our final year college project. Now we are bringing this project back as an all-in-one media management and streaming solution for all your home entertainment needs.  
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Turbo 4kev is a Mozilla Firefox addon that aims to enhance the experience of using the 4kev.org website. Turbo 4kev

Some projects are too small to have their own pages, others are just silly little toys for fun, to see these projects you view the "fun" page or visit the "Tools & Scripts" page.

Free as in Freedom

All of my personal projects are completely Free Software and licensed under the GNU General Public License Version 3. Free Software is about protecting the freedom of the user, it is not about cost although all my projects are also free of charge. A lot of people refer to Free Software as "Open Source" software. I try to avoid the term "Open Source" when possible, I only use it when I know the other person will understand better what I'm talking about and I don't wish to explain the reasons why Free Software is the correct term to use, luckily on the web we have hyperlinks and don't need to explain things ourselves, so click here to learn about why the term "Open Source" misses the point of Free Software.