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  1. The Serenity Operating System 🐞

    C++ 20.2k 2.2k

  2. 🔆 A Python module for controlling power and brightness of the official Raspberry Pi 7" touch display

    Python 226 30

  3. 🌍 Web interface for OwnTracks built with Vue.js

    JavaScript 158 32

  4. Tools for running the test262 ECMAScript test suite with SerenityOS's JavaScript engine (LibJS)

    Python 21 10

  5. 📱 La Capitaine icons on Android!

    Python 17 4

  6. 🎮 A pythonic Xbox360 controller API built on top of the xpad Linux kernel driver

    Python 65 15

4,362 contributions in the last year

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Activity overview
Contributed to SerenityOS/serenity, SerenityOS/jakt, tc39/proposal-temporal and 38 other repositories

Contribution activity

June 2022

Created 1 repository

Created a pull request in SerenityOS/serenity that received 17 comments

LibJS: Implement the "Change Array by copy" stage 3 proposal

Part 1: Array.prototype functions

+662 −49 17 comments
Reviewed 94 pull requests in 8 repositories
SerenityOS/serenity 25 pull requests
SerenityOS/jakt 2 pull requests
tc39/proposal-shadowrealm 1 pull request
SerenityOS/discord-bot 1 pull request
tc39/proposal-temporal 1 pull request
linusg/serenity_exporter 1 pull request
bterlson/eshost-cli 1 pull request
tc39/ecma262 1 pull request
Opened 1 issue in 1 repository
SerenityOS/serenity 1 open
145 contributions in private repositories Jun 1 – Jun 24

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