Freedom-focused hacker. I love everything about free software, and spend much time contributing to it myself. I occasionally write articles to help other people getting started with free software, and show the issues with proprietary software. I'm Active on a number of IRC channels, spread over multiple IRC networks. Currently I have made over 10 modules for Perl 6, which are all available on CPAN. I also write a blog post on occasion, with my latest write-up being "How to sign PGP keys".
If you think what I'm doing is awesome, and want to support me, you can do so through donations. More information about how to donate and what I do with the donations I receive can be found on the support page.
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For instant messaging I use OTR where possible. My fingerprints are the following:
973F92EA 4A45DE93 60C2C60E DDC049D5 149B3BE2XMPP, firstname.lastname@example.org
B174A02B 1F0A4258 B1527988 770843B4 0582A0D8IRC, tyil @ DareNET
C6025214 E05A4FB6 5E65B900 9CA6A7AF A4A35C48IRC, tyil @ Freenode
80999DD8 22504629 44EC13E3 5C31BF2F FC825703IRC, tyil @ Rizon
I do not read my mailboxes very often, so please do not expect a timely response. If you require a response as soon as possible, please find me on IRC instead.
I am mainly active as
tyil on Freenode. Other networks I frequent
are DareNET and Rizon, using the same nick,
use OTR for private messages on IRC, so be sure you use this if you want to
discuss something in private.
I am on Mastodon, as @email@example.com. I generally preach about free software and Perl 6, and announce articles from myself and others that I find interesting.
I am available via XMPP/Jabber on
firstname.lastname@example.org. Like IRC,
be sure to have OTR enabled if you wish to talk to me. Since my XMPP chats go
BitlBee, the response time is about the same as via IRC.