Projects


The Tor Project (2014-Present)

Tor is an volunteer-run Internet anonymity service which routes traffic through three servers in an “onion” design.

I am a Core Tor contributor. My focus in Tor development is on Onion Services and IPv6 support. I have also contributed to other areas in Tor including exit policy configuration, entry guard optimizations, and FreeBSD support.

My Tor commits can be seen at Tor's GitWeb.

I also run Tor relays and exits, and have done so since 2014. My relays can be seen at Tor Relay Status.

The FreeBSD Project (2014-Present)

FreeBSD is a general-purpose Unix-like operating system derived from UC Berkeley's 4.4BSD. I have been a FreeBSD user since 2012 and contributor since 2014.

FreeBSD Ports is FreeBSD's package management system. This is similar to other tools like Debian's apt-get and Node's npm.

I maintain Ports and a list is available at FreshPorts.

I am also a contributor to the FreeBSD kernel. I wrote patches for the networking and firewall (IPFW) stack, to add support for Intel's Whiskey Lake platform, and have tested other patches. Commits I worked on or helped test can be seen at FreshBSD.

Miscellaneous Personal Software Projects

I have also written toy software projects, all of which can be seen on GitHub.