This is the June 2016 in review post. The previous monthly review post is here. The contents are:


I started the pysyspol project, a Python package that helps system administrators to enforce and implement syspol policies. It runs on CPython only.1

Other Python packages that help to implement and enforce private policies can depend on pysyspol. Just as with the policies themselves, if publishing code related to a particular policy doesn’t create serious security risks, consider sharing it by integrating it into pysyspol.

Public code repositories activity

Progress on projects:

49 commits total.


I made a donation to the International Longevity Alliance to help with their crowdfunding campaign for the Major Mouse Testing Program. The campaign was a success, the project reached its goal before June 25. At the time of this writing, the total amount pledged is $52,070 USD backed by 538 donors.

Folding@Home during June I scored 40,769 points, completed 44 work units and ranked 45th out of all the members of The Longevity Meme team, overtaking fellow folder zillion. My total score is 1,216,877 at the time of this writing. A graph of total daily production history during June can be found here.


  • My personal website got 303 views.

  1. syspol-js, written in JavaScript for Node.js, is another project that implements and enforce syspol policies.