still under active development since spring 2000
This website was started as a digital playground for web technologies in the early new millenium. The previous version of this web site has been online for around 15 years and was based on a self written content management system, written in Perl and optimized for connections with 8KiB/sec downstream.
The site always hosted self written software, tutorials and a lot of personal stuff. But most importantly it used to be the central point where all my stuff was linked together in a way and I will try to get to this point again after so many years.
Also one of my core principals with this site is, that I hate unnecessary introductions. I am pretty sure, that whoever visits this site knows what he or she is looking for and I will try to deliver just that.
Thank you so much for being here. Enjoy your visit!
I was looking for a way to use FreeBSD as router OS in my home. Its purpose was to route OpenVPN traffic from and to my network, so that an individual host configuration becomes unnecessary. My first setup was based on a raspberry pi and that works good enough and is so simple, that it can easily be fixed if something breaks.
I further improved the setup and installed a local DNS recursor in order to get DNS under my control.