Vae Victis, dood!
Hi, welcome! This is my website. I'm a software developer. I love Free Software and Open Source Software, and all of my projects are available for anyone to use. I also would love for anyone to contribute to any of them. I can’t promise your contribution will be merged, but I can promise it will be considered and greatly appreciated regardless.
After reading this post I'm fascinated by the idea of seeing my website as a digital garden. As opposed to a newspaper where people come and find out all the latest news about what I've been up to. I have no interest in providing a news service.
I really want to just write, even if it isn't useful for anyone. I have a blog as well. It’s running on tekuti.
Mastering Emacs seems to do this. The front page is not a list of posts by date, but it seems just an excerpt from the very last one and then some paragraphs about different good articles on the site.
The first topic I pay any attention to of course has to be Emacs. I write all the content for this site in Emacs, I try to work as much as I can in Emacs, and I have a couple of small contributions to Emacs. My blog features a tag about it, specifically with its own feed you can subscribe to, in case that’s the only thing you’re interested in.
My literate configuration
Every so often I get really drawn to remaking my entire configuration into a Literate Programming style. See my latest attempt.