Seriously out of date; enumerates a number of packages I
maintained at the time of the last update (maybe a decade ago?).
official Debian Packages Overview page for me is much better, and
automagically updated, has links to bug report, build status and all that jazz.
Seriously out of date and mostly tips and tricks to get Linux to
work on the laptops I used in the 1990s and early 2000s. These days things
just work (if you pick the right model); loving my current X1 Carbon).
Sadly also out of date. Quantian was a wonderful project I created to
regroup quantitative software along with a kernel patch and boot system
which facilitated immediate and automagic creation of compute clusters
off a single bootable cdrom or dvd. It was very useful and reasonably
popular. However the underlying Open Mosix patch never made it from the
2.4 kernel series to the 2.6 kernel. These days, Debian and Ubuntu
are more complete than they were, helping on the package side. Plus, we
live in multi-core world reducing the need for explicit clusters.