Inspired by the computing pages of rms and Leah Rowe.
My librebooted ThinkPad X200 computer is the machine I use the most and where I do most of my computing. I also have the privilege of having access to a fleet of servers through our school's Computer Science Club that I use for some more computationally intensive tasks every now and again, and also for hosting this very website.
I have used a wide variety of GNU/Linux distros over the years; but
as of late, I find myself using
Guix System, and
Debian (with no
non-free) almost exclusively. For the kernel, I mostly
Linux-libre. Guix System comes with GNU Linux-libre out of the
box, and on Debian-based distros I tend to install it from
jxself's APT repository.
I spend most of my time in GNU Emacs.
Maintaining this site
I took a great amount of inspiration
from Phil Hagelberg's setup.
The pages of this site are written in plain HTML using GNU Emacs,
with GNU M4 acting as a full-featured
make rules to build and publish the site. The
bibliography of my publications is
and further processed and put together
using GNU sed and another
GNUmakefile. The git repository containing all the
sources used to build this site is
Got a question or comment? You can find my email address on my contact page. :-)