skelegorg : about

Hey, welcome to my site.

My name is Andrew, but i go by skelegorg online.

I like to make and fix things. I think fixing things is one of the most satisfying things in the world, to a somewhat irrational degree. I won't call it irrational because there's definitely a reason that I just can't articulate.

As with most people with personal websites, I have a background in computers. I don't program much anymore, but what code I write is usually C code to run on microcontrollers. I'm fascinated by radio technology, but haven't taken the dive on it yet.

If for some reason you'd like to reach me you can email me at skelegorg [at] protonmail [dot] com.

I have a Github page on which a few of my projects are hosted. All of my actual development stays on a Raspberry Pi sitting in the corner of my house with a cactus sticker on the case. I don't push much to Github.

My computer is a Thinkpad X1 Carbon Gen 9 which runs Void GNU/Linux + i3wm. I spent a while distro hopping and I didn't really land on void for any particular reason. I don't care a lot about on-disk bloat and systemd doesn't particularly bother me, although I cannot deny runit is pretty clean. Sometimes I forget the directories the symlinks belong in, though. In the end, as long as I can configure it how I want, I don't particularly care. If it works, it works.