I decided to take a day off from work today and turn the 3 day memorial day weekend into a 4 day one in order to take care of some house keeping. One of the things that's been on my to do list has been to open source the code from my Master's project and thesis from a few years back. It's now available on git-hub under the MIT license. I probably should have done this a long time ago, but at the time, I wasn't sure how, or whether I wanted to continue development of it after graduation. Since I haven't done anything productive with it since, maybe it will be useful to someone as open source and I figure this way it's also a lot less likely to get lost/forgotten. This article on open source scientific research was also quite persuasive.
I'm looking into releasing a couple more of my home brew projects on git-hub - namely my 2012 Google AI Challenge entry and also my graphics programming "framework", so stay tuned.