In 2009 I thought that it would be great to have an ability to log into TYPO3 using one-time-passwords (OTP) so as to beat any keyloggers if I want to log into the backend from an insecure computer. I researched various systems and decided that RFC 2289 fits the bill because there were existing J2ME calculators that I could use on my Java-enabled phone (the era of smartphones had already started but majority of the phones were still running “dumb” OS with some J2ME apps to make them smarter). However, I realized that there was no generic PHP class developers could use so I decided to write one and started PHP One-Time Passwords project on SourceForge.
In summer 2002, during my university years, I went to the USA with Camp America to work at a resort called Golden Acres. The time there left me with lots of memories that I wanted to “capture” in a time capsule, aka a photo gallery. More than 10 years later that photo gallery still lives on.
In 2005 and 2008 I worked on electronic versions of two books written by PhDr. Pavel Doležel, Csc. and PhDr. Tamara Váňová. I like to call them “eBooks” even though this term nowadays describes something else than what the project really was – a website burned on CDs attached to every printed copy of the book.