I am an court reporting student, and have been contributing to the Open Steno Project and the Plover open-source stenography engine. Here are some of my contributions:
AlleyCAT is an open-source computer-aided transcription (CAT) program for court reporting. It originated as a free alternative to proprietary software such as Case CATalyst and Eclipse.
is a Python and Rust library for reading and writing
(Rich Text Format with Court Reporting Extensions) documents,
specifically steno dictionaries. It tries to improve on Plover's
built-in RTF/CRE support by adding features such as inline comments
and engine commands.
rtfcre can be integrated into Plover with the
I wrote API documentation and a development guide for plugin
authors. It is currently hosted at
Steno Explainers is a series of cheat sheet graphics to serve as a quick reference for basic steno principles, as well as phrasing, symbol and keyboard shortcut systems.
is a Plover plugin that adds two extra keys to the standard