日記

マリウス

The journal of マリウス, a consultant, software engineer and maker, passionate with open-source soft- and hardware, decentralized technology, mechanical keyboards and coffee.

  • Superhighway84
    Superhighway84 is an USENET-inspired decentralized internet discussion system, featuring a retro text user interface and powered by IPFS and OrbitDB.
  • Let's Take Wikipedia Offline!
    Well, not literally. But what if you could look up Wikipedia in an instant, without even requiring a working internet connection?
    Call it doomsday prepping or just a precaution, but let’s see if we can have our own copy of Wikipedia running offline, without having too much trouble along the way.
  • Project Updates Q4 2021
    Project updates from the current consecutive three-month period, with info on the current status of my projects and next steps. You might find this interesting in case you’re using any of my open-source tools.
  • Linux on the Desktop: Part Three
    I’ve been rocking Linux on the desktop for quite some time now and decided to provide some insights into what it’s like on a day-to-day basis, as well as cover some of the questions people had about my setup specifically.
  • ProtonMail Shows Why Your Data Won't Ever be Private Under Any "Orderly" Jurisdiction
    Another day, another eyebrow-raising situation unfolding at one of Europe’s privacy poster child. ProtonMail helping Swiss law-enforcement and Europol in an arrest warranted by French authorities once again shows how little the European turf can be trusted with privacy and why no customer data will ever be truly private under any industrialized nation’s jurisdiction.
  • Project Updates Q3 2021
    Project updates from the current consecutive three-month period, with info on the current status of my projects and next steps. You might find this interesting in case you’re using any of my open-source tools.
  • RAMA KARA ICED
    “Behind the scenes” photography from building the HHKB-layout KARA (ICED) by RAMA.
  • Linux on the Desktop: Part Two
    After more than 10 years on macOS I made the switch back to Linux on my desktop – but not how I originally intended. The PC laptop market is bonkers and I decided to not play along.
  • Canard: A Command Line TUI Client for the Journalist RSS Aggregator
    What if I told you that you could read your RSS feeds in your terminal, in full length, without ads, beautifully rendered with images? Meet Canard, a command line #TUI client for the Journalist RSS aggregator.
  • Conclusive: A Command Line Client for Plausible Analytics
    Conclusive, a command line client for Plausible.io, the open and privacy-respecting analytics platform.