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gEDA is the GNU Electronic Design Automation suite. For a while in Summer 2006 I was employed to work on it by Cambridge University Engineering Department as part of an undergraduate research opportunity. Since then I have continued to work on it.
Things in gEDA I have worked on extensively include:
I tend to focus my attention on the low-level infrastructure of gEDA, such as the libgeda library.
If you wish to find out what I've been working on recently, you can read my blog posts about gEDA. I also have a personal git repository where many of my changes get put to mature; it can be obtained using:
git clone git://repo.or.cz/geda-gaf/peter-b.git
You are likely to be more interested in branches other than master, which tends to track the main gEDA unstable branch.
At the moment I have two development branches on the go:
This branch factors out gschem's schematic rendering code into a separate GObject- and Cairo-based shared library. This is designed with several aims in mind:
Currently, the state of the branch is that the library is more-or-less complete. Most gschem rendering occurs via libgedacairo, with the exception of "rubber" drawing operations. It's 90% done, just the last fiddly 90% to go. ;-)