Making websites for our fragmented web
The web is changing all the time. Whether visitors are using a laptop,
a phone, or listening to a screen reader, your website needs to work
We can help!
I develop fast, beautiful websites that work for your
users. If you or your business needs a new website, help with an
existing website, or another of our services,
please contact me!
- Jacob Hume, Web Developer
I have been slowly moving all of my domains away from GoDaddy to my preferred registrar, Hover (full disclosure; that's a referral link). I have about a dozen domain names, but one of them is much more complex and important than the rest: FragDev.com.
Read the full post: Transfering a domain from GoDaddy to Hover
Latest Project: Getreel
A service that helps users watch online videos without blowing through
their bandwidth cap. Getreel allows you to schedule video downloads to
occur overnight, when many satellite providers allow extra downloads.
Getreel is a web service written by Jezra
in Ruby, and I contributed the web front end that uses vanilla
responsive and uses only CSS and SVG to achieve its appearance.
If you are interested, you can check out Getreel yourself!
Here at Fragmented Development, we run the following FLOSS software:
Mumble is a voice chat server. It's a great way to talk to several
people at once, have a one-on-one chat, or record that episode
of Hacker Public Radio
that you owe to Ken Fallon.
FragDev GNUsocial Instance
GNUsocial is twitter, without
all the exclusion and proprietary
bits! In addition, it's federated - so users on our GNUsocial
instance can send messages to users on other independent instances.
A social bookmarking application, SemanticScuttle is very similar
to Del.icio.us — before the remake.
Tiny Tiny RSS
A very functional, lightweight RSS reader with a few extra social
functions. If you like Google Reader, you should give TTRSS a try.
A smooth, simple webmail interface, Roundcube is a great web-based
IMAP email client. It can be used as an interface to any IMAP
server, but on FragDev it talks to Dovecot and Postfix.
Our servers run a host of underlying software that allows us to host sites
- Debian GNU/Linux