CNOSSOS works on Free Software: I do it for the four freedoms and the tenets of the Open Source definition.
CNOSSOS works in the open: you can find my work on GitHub, and in KDE repositories, and elsewhere.
CNOSSOS works holistically: if I use it, I’ll agressively improve it.
ARPA2 Parts of the ARPA2 project, Quick DER, LillyDAP and Steamworks, are developed by CNOSSOS in collaboration with Rick van Rein and others. This work can be found in ARPA2’s GitLab repository.
Personal I do various things in my spare time. Useful bits may include QuatBot, a Matrix meeting- management bot, and FreeBSDTools, a getting-started collection for new FreeBSD committers. I’m one of the maintainers of the FreeBSD KDE ports.
A Canadian by birth and a Dutchman by training, I studied mathematics and computer science (PhD. in formal methods from the University of Nijmegen), worked in legal and licensing for a while, wrote some medical-related software, and then moved on to working on Open Source projects full-time.
My pronouns are he/him, I’ll eat anything but vegetarian is preferred.
You can use GPG-signed or encrypted messages to communicate with me. The key is available from keyservers (if they are still running), or here, pubkey.asc.
sec rsa4096/0x7FEA3DA6169C77D6 2016-06-11 [SC] [expires: 2020-06-12] Key fingerprint = 00AC D15E 25A7 9FEE 028B 0EE5 7FEA 3DA6 169C 77D6
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