If you have a personal website, I want to hear about it – especially if you're a writer, an artist, a musician, or an open source developer.
Please send email to firstname.lastname@example.org or reply to this Pleroma post and tell me about your site, especially if you built it by hand or using a static site generator.
These are writers I know. Sometimes I've even read their books.
Emma Cooper is a gardener, writer, and ethnobotanist. She writes about plants, gardening, food, and the environment.
I met Ms. Gough at the 2018 World Fantasy Convention, after she and another author had been kind enough to ask if their conversation was disturbing me. Of course, they had to ask me three times because I had headphones on. Later, Ms. Gough was kind enough to tell me about her latest project, StoryBilder, a new platform for building novels from first idea to final draft.
Vane's website parties like it's 1999. It's an old-school HTML/CSS home page that would fight right in at the old GeoCities, or the new NeoCities. Totally a Fire Emblem fan.
Free Software/Open Source Developers
The people listed below are active in the Free Software/Open Source communities.
An Italian front-end engineer and web developer. Has been doing a lot of work with Rust and WebAssembly lately.
A pseudonymous developer who infrequently blogs about projects of interest to them. Their last project was an attempt to reproduce an old cracking tool for Quake.
M. Hirlimann has "a blog, memorabilia from Bosnia, Iceland", cats, and files like "Bros pre 1.0 boot disk, slides from talks I gave etc". Everything on his site appears to be in French, though.
Appears to be a Python developer and sysadmin. Most of his website is in French.
All I know about them is that they appear to be from New Zealand and that they run Arch Linux on a secondhand ThinkPad while looking down on non-developers who prefer Apple hardware.
A sysadmin and information security practitioner. He asked me to add his link, so here it is. He blogs about DIY, tech, news, wacky hijinks, hacking, Free/Open Source Software, and lots of other stuff.
A Debian developer, GPL advocate, and mechanical keyboard enthusiast. This guy gets his keyboards custom-made, writes the firmware, and then writes configuration GUIs. I like his attitude toward obnoxious tech recruiters, too.
Ms. Rapenne is an OpenBSD developer and Common LISP fan. She's also
the author of
cl-yag, which she uses to build her own
website. Definitely more hardcore than I am.
James S. Wheaton, aka "uranther"
Check out some new sounds…
Painters, sculptors, etc.
They're often both writers and artists, and it would be a pain to list them twice.
Neil writes a webcomic called "Anime Tentacle Monsters", which is about a young Canadian student named Annie, whose anxiety manifests as naughty tentacles that often expose her to public view.
I don't know where to put these people yet.
I was wondering what else lived on kellysniderfamily.com, but there doesn't seem to be anything else here but Adam's personal blog, which he put in a subdirectory.
They're a big fan of cyberpunk aesthetics, which suits me just fine. Seems they're also fans of Serial Experiments: Lain, which is supposed to be a classic anime that I've never gotten around to watching.