As you might have noticed, I have a slightly silly number of google code projects. Most of these are crap or abandoned, although (I think!) there are a few good ones there. Rather than spamming the world with endless open source projects each with their own separate sites, I’m moving to using freehg.org for such things. You can find my code at http://freehg.org/u/DRMacIver/.
Right now what’s there is an alternative collections API for Scala that I’m tinkering with (it’s currently very basic, and the implementations that are there are more to explore the API than intended for serious use) and some random little Haskell projects I’ve written.
In the best spirit of open source, almost everything there is undocumented, uncommented and lacking a working build script. You can consider anything there that doesn’t come with an explicit license to be released under the WTFPL.
I’d not heard about the WTFPL before. I’m laughing very hard right now.