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Jakub Pastuszek

Webmaster, system administrator, programmer.

On this website, I write about projects that I have worked on and on other topics I find interesting.

I hope that information you can find here will be useful to you, or at least to my future self.

You can find the source code of this website and projects mentioned here on my SourceHut profile page. The source code of my other projects can be found on my GitHub profile page.

You can meet me at Rust Dublin meetups. Check my LinkedIn if I am avaliable for hire.

If you have any comments regarding the content of my posts or you noticed any errors on this website or in my projects, please send me a message via plain-text e-mail to ~jpastuszek/projects@lists.sr.ht mailing list or using the relevant issue tracker.

Built using Zola. Self-hosted with caddy. Styled with Tachyons. Colours by Penina.

About me

I am a co-organiser of the Rust Dublin meetup where you can find me participating or presenting.

I am interested in UNIX and Linux, programming, electronics and technology in general.

I like coding in Rust. I used to code in Ruby, C, C++ and even in AVR assembly.

I also like to think about privacy, freedom, energy and our future.

For more about me and my work, please check the following links:

About this website

This website follows Brutalist Web Design guidelines. It uses no JavaScript and contains no trackers.

I self-host it with caddy on a home server.

My ethical guidelines for this website are:

  • Allow for scrutiny, provide an easy way to give feedback.
  • Open licensing of the content and source code.
  • Make a website, not an application.
  • Don't use JavaScript unless unavoidable.
  • Don't use untrusted 3rd party elements that can expose the visitors to harm (e.g. tracking, ads) or block access to this website (e.g. Cloudflare).
  • Don't push visitors into unethical services to be able to use or give feedback to this website.
  • Use clean, responsive and accessible design.
  • Usable with text-based browsers.
  • Economical and energy-efficient.
  • Don't say "users", say "people" or "visitors".