For a few years, I have found a deep passion for open source and Linux. As I kept learning about the importance of FOSS ecosystems, I quickly got interested in self-hosting open-source alternatives and contributing to a few projects myself. That’s also how I got involved in the development of Garuda Linux.
My most recent project was writing
Ansible roles for the whole Garuda Linux and Chaotic-AUR infrastructure. I’m really happy with how it turned out! 😊
Some of the projects I maintain or contribute to:
Chaotic-AUR is an Arch user repository that provides binary builds for roughly 3k packages, most of them being built hourly straight from AUR. As the lead maintainer, I’m in charge of handling the repository and coordinating work. Have a look at this page to find out more! 😁
NixOS "dr460nixed" flake
I particularly enjoy maintaining my devices as well as the Garuda infrastructure, since they are both NixOS-driven. My setup is available as ISO with an installer, bringing this particular setup to everyone who likes it.
FireDragon is a Librewolf fork that focuses on providing a smoother user experience while keeping the important privacy tweaks. It also integrates quite well with some of our self-hosted services such as searX. Wanna know more about it? 😋