This page lists all projects I actively work on, with some information about them, releases, any packages, and documentation to get people started on using them.
Bashtard is a configuration management system built on the idea of simplicity for the user. It lets you write reasonably simple Bash scripts to configure your systems, while providing just enough abstractions to make it easy to work with various base systems.
It is similar in purpose as other configuration management tools, such as Ansible and Puppet, however Bashtard tries to keep dependencies to a minimum while still providing some abstractions to make the process easier. This allows Bashtard to run in more constrained environments, with the abstractions allowing it to manage a varied array of systems in a single network.