the perpetuum mobile of bad design

2 minute read Published: 2019-03-10

This will probably be the last note for a long time.

Disregard the design of this website. I'd like to fix it up one day, but I'm far too busy in other projects to be bothered to make my own website pretty.

Since the last post I've released a couple of gnurl version, helped pushing GNUnet 0.11.0 to the release, wrote a good amount of the current gnunet.org website, became self-employed in addition to my full-time studies at university, switched from mainly GuixSD development to contributing to NetBSD (pkgsrc), made GNUnet build on NetBSD (still debugging the rc.d service), and countless other things.

At the moment I'm waiting for the bad weather to pass so that I can try out my skateboard for the first time in many months, hoping that the wheels I bought finally cope well enough with the abysmal condition of our roads and sidewalks.

If you came here looking for references, I will probably still update the content of the websites and completely rework my patreon etc accounts. While it's true that I currently mainly work to pay my healthcare, I'm doing fine (money still being an issue though). Anything you donate is seen as a token of attention and reward for my work on free software and open source projects.

The best reference you can get at the moment is GNUnet, as well as my slow work behind the scenes in Taler

Eventually I will move away from this bad design. But not today, and not in the foreseeable future.