Welcome to my personal page, which have taken some years to create. Not due to
its massive amount of content and extensive design, but rather a lack of
priority. To keep my internet footprint low, you won't find any fancy
with a clean and simple design.
Commits in the last year
2020-02-22 15:11:08[dotfiles] [bin] committed too much
2020-02-22 15:10:02[dotfiles] [bin] some minor changes to dmenu scripts
This site is rendered from markdown to static HTML files, so there are no need
for any preprocessors running on my servers, causing any delay for neither me
nor you. If you want to use the content on this site please read this
copying policy first. This site should be
or third party plugins. If you experience any problem viewing this site, it's
probably due to your browser not being compliant with W3C standards, and you
should switch it to another browser. If you find any legitimate errors in the
content or how it is being rendered please let me know.
If you feel triggered by any of my content please don't hesitate to direct your
complaints to /dev/null. This should be a safe space for everyone :). On a more
serious note, if you have any legitimate critique to my blog posts, send me an
email and I might make a correction – if I deem it necessary. I currently
don't have a feature for making comments on my posts, so this should work for
I'm a hacker, living in... Well, does it
matter? If you want to get in touch with me I'm usually at some IRC or
available through email at email@example.com. You can read all about my projects
and software I've both created and
use. Why not have a look at my
All source code for software I've created should be available
here. If you cannot find the source code, please let me
know as it should be available.
You can get my GPG public key, for
sending me messages. Please use it, if you can, and if you have trouble using
it have a look here.
You can also reach me through
bitmessage. I personally recommend
using the notbit client. However, have in
mind that messages through bitmessage only stays in the blockchain for 48
hours. So in worst case, it might be that I miss your message.