I'm a nerd who has been using Linux since 2001 and BSD since 2013. I love all things UNIX & Linux, and I also absolutely love developing software.

My primary long-term project is called tilde.institute. It's a place created in the tildeverse for users to explore the OpenBSD operating system. The tildeverse is a network of *nix servers whose purpose is to foster collaboration, development, and self-education with respect to the Linux and BSD world. tilde.institute features mail, gopher, web hosting, games, development tools, and a local node in the larger tildeverse IRC network. It uses OpenBSD httpd(8), gophernicus, pf, and OpenSMTPd. On 18 April 2019, it was featured on BSD Now (episode 294). I've poured my heart into this, and regularly spend 20+ hours per week working on some aspect of it.

My current side project is directly related to the tildeverse. Previously, a draft spec was written for a kind of currency simulation (not cryptocurrency) by another administrator. I've decided to write an implementation of this currency simulation using the spec. It's a fun project! If you'd like to see the (incomplete) code: github.com/tildecoin/rtcoin

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