Here’s some of the things I’ve done.
I’m part of the team that develops and releases annual electronic badges for attendees of Queercon, an annual event for LGBT and ally attendees of the DEFCON conference.
The topic of my MS thesis at TU, attack graphs are a graph theoretic formalism for modeling network attacks and their interactions. Specifically, we introduced a new variation of attack graphs called hybrid attack graphs, which are designed to blend discrete and continuous elements to model the security of cyber-physical systems.
tucv is my LaTeX package designed to produce résumés and CVs in the style of the University of Tulsa’s Institute for Information Security format. I’m also hacking together a script, which I call tucvtextrender, to turn a tucv résumé into an attractive plain text rendering.
The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has a mailing list to distribute real-time updates regarding the appeal of Kristin Perry, et al v. Arnold Schwarzenegger (the prop 8 case). The Perry Prop 8 Tweeter scrapes these emails, caches them, and posts summaries and links to Twitter. With the conclusion of Hollingsworth v. Perry, this is also concluded.