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~mgorny

/whoami

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Gentoo developer since 2010 (wiki profile, open hub, blog)
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Open-source developer and contributor (projects, github, twitter, mastodon)

/donate

If you think that my open-source work is beneficial to the community, please consider donating a little. You can use GitHub Sponsors. If you prefer another method, feel free to contact me directly.

/email

I can be reached as mgorny at the domain name of the distribution I'm developing. My OpenPGP key can be found on the Gentoo keyserver (or fetched via WKD):

$ gpg --keyserver hkps://keys.gentoo.org \
      --recv-keys 3408B1B906EB579B41D9CB0CDF84256885283521
$ gpg --list-keys 3408B1B906EB579B41D9CB0CDF84256885283521

Please do not encrypt non-confidential mail unnecessarily -- I do not carry the key on me at all times.

/irc

For quick contact, IRC is preferable over e-mail. I can be found on Libera.chat, on some of the topic Gentoo channels.

/connect irc.libera.chat
/whois mgorny

I do use Quassel to keep my IRC connection active 24/7. If I am away, I will reply to your message as soon as I come back.

/copyright

Copyright 2012-2020 Michał Górny. The website, associated CSS and JS are licensed under CC BY 4.0.

The text Gentoo logo is based on the Gentoo signet, copyright Gentoo Foundation and Lennart Andre Rolland, CC-BY-SA 2.5. Gentoo is a registered trademark of Gentoo Foundation.

The NetBSD logo is based on the original NetBSD logo, copyright The NetBSD Foundation, subject to terms of NetBSD logo usage guidelines. NetBSD is a registered trademark of The NetBSD Foundation.

The weird road-sign-alike logo is based on the Git Logo by Jason Long, CC-BY 3.0 Unported. Git and the Git logo are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Software Freedom Conservancy, Inc., corporate home of the Git Project, in the United States and/or other countries.

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The body of this webpage is OpenPGP-signed. In order to verify it, open the source and use a OpenPGP message verification tool such as GnuPG. However, please remember that it can prove only that the specific body part has not been altered. HTML provides a number of ways of altering what you see, so trust only the code you just verified, not the rendering of it.

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