I write software, and I'm a Linux and BSD enthusiast.

My primary long-term project is a public-access UNIX system called tilde.institute. Users are encouraged to explore the OpenBSD operating system, write software, and socialize. Features include mail, gopherspace, webspace, games, development tools, and a local node in the larger tildeverse IRC network. It uses OpenBSD's httpd(8), gophernicus, pf, and OpenSMTPd. On 18 April 2019, it was featured on BSD Now (episode 294).

I'm currently working on an async Gemini protocol server called laika. Gemini is a nascent communications protocol that fits somewhat between HTTP and Gopher conceptually.