The fork­able repos­i­tory is an online col­lec­tion of code and para­code.
It’s a inter­face to code and out­put main­tained by LAFKON Pub­lish­ing

Social and tech­no­log­i­cal advances make it pos­si­ble for a grow­ing part of human­ity to access, cre­ate, mod­ify, pub­lish and dis­trib­ute var­i­ous kinds of works. We try to sup­port and exer­cise those new pos­si­bil­i­ties and cre­ate a wealth of col­lec­tively re-usable works. We favor an ecosys­tem where works can be spread, re-used and derived in cre­ative ways. The eas­ier it is to re-use and derive works, the richer our cul­tures become.*


The fork­able repos­i­tory is a brows­able direc­tory tree. Brows­able means, you may access its con­tents, sim­i­lar to most stan­dard folder struc­tures, by either click­ing on fold­ers or files or enter a path directly.

Brows­ing by paths may seem a bit unusual, if you’re expect­ing an ordi­nary web­site. Ordi­nary web­sites nor­mally pre­fer to supress global direc­tory brows­ing, what nor­mally results in some kind of error mes­sage. Since the fork­able repos­i­tory is a mean to make things acces­si­ble, I decided allow brows­ing is the most sim­ple solu­tion, to ensure this func­tion. Every des­ti­na­tion is a start­ing point as well, you can explore yourself:

If you fol­low an image link and would like to browse from there on, this is impor­tant to know. It is enough to remove the ima­ge­name from the path vari­able to get to a direc­tory list­ing and con­tinue browsing.

Using stuff

Most of the stuff you find in the fork­able tree is avail­able under free licenses. Just check the notice at the bot­tom of the page. If you are inter­ested in a com­mis­sion, don’t hes­i­tate to con­tact us.