This is a non-exhaustive list of projects I have been involved in.
FreeBSD’s package management system (similar to
apt-get is on Debian and Ubuntu). I maintain a variety of Ports
including well-known software titles such as Keras,
Mongrel2, Nestopia and
I2P. I also maintain Ports for some lesser-known
software titles and personal projects.
The Tor Project
Tor is an Internet anonymity service which routes traffic in three-hop “onion” circuit to increase anonymity. I contribute to Tor’s codebase, and run many relays including exits.
My contributions to Tor’s codebase focuses on IPv6 support and Onion Services, but I have also contributed to other areas such as entry relay optimizations, exit policy configuration, and FreeBSD support. These can be seen at Tor’s GitWeb. I have been contributing to Tor’s codebase since 2016.
I have also been running relays since 2014. I have run relays in the United States and in many European countries, all running FreeBSD as the underlying operating system. A list of relays I currently operate can be seen at Tor’s Relay Status.
Miscellaneous Software Projects
I have wrote a few software projects “for fun” in the past. The most significant include: