Thank you for visiting Calindora, the web page of Jason Lynch. At this point, I've given up trying to write an opening paragraph that actually makes sense.
While I have a number of projects I'm attempting to work on in my spare time, very few of them currently have a presence on the internet. I expect this to change as we roll into and through 2012. For the moment, here's what's available:
Custom Title MOD for phpBB
Back in 2002, I wrote a modification for phpBB called the Custom Title MOD, which unsurprisingly allowed users to set a custom title (sometimes referred to as a rank) for themselves. This modification proved to be exceedingly popular, and when phpBB 3 was released, I eventually rewrote the MOD for that version. However, I've long since personally lost interest in this MOD. I don't even currently manage a bulletin board. However, despite my best efforts to stop caring about this project, it continues to be downloaded, so I continue to make it available for users. I fully expect that new features in future phpBB versions will make this MOD obsolete.
The latest version of the MOD is 2.0.0-rc1, and is available for download. There are no known bugs, and as far as I know, is compatible with the latest version of phpBB. If you have managed to find what you believe to be a genuine bug, please send me an e-mail and I will attempt to confirm it. In the past three years, I have received exactly zero e-mails reporting bugs. There is no longer an active support thread on phpBB.com, but you can probably review the old one. The solution to your problem is almost certainly buried in that mess.
I am an active supporter of both Bitcoin and Litecoin, peer-to-peer digital currencies. They are both in their early stages, but I believe they have a lot of promise for the future. If you wish to support the operation of this site, please considering sending bitcoins or litecoins to the appropriate address:
Related to Bitcoin is the concept of distributed computing, wherein users contribute their excess computing power to various scientific and mathematical projects. I am currently tracking the progress of distributed.net's OGR-27 project and making projections about when it will finish, as well as running a publicly accessible proxy for distributed.net projects (with user stats on the web site). You can find more information at Calindora Distributed Computing.