Restarting this website, mostly to put a bunch of stuff that don’t have a place elsewhere. This is meant as a place to collect a few things I’ve done, among which you may be interested in:
- Write Yourself a Git!, a learn-by-doing git tutorial where you learn git fundamentals by reimplementing git.
sway.el, an Emacs communication library to the Sway window manager.
pgp-words, a Rust implementation of the PGP Word List.
- More anecdotal things are on my GitHub.
- My PGP key can be found here. I mostly use this for
signing commits and authenticating to SSH servers. If you need to
give me access to some server, just authorize all the
Asubkeys. There are encryption subkeys as well, so I guess you can send me encrypted e-mail, too, if you feel like it. If you want to doublecheck, its fingerprint is
D2A2F0A1E7A85E6FB711DEE563A44817A52EAB7B(in pgp-words: standard Pacific unearth outfielder / transit paramount eyeglass hemisphere / seabird Babylon tactics travesty / flatfoot Pandora deadbolt bookseller / reindeer coherence rhythm inferno)