I’m a 40 year old chemist and Debian developer, working for a public municipal environmental protection office. In my blog I write about everything concerning me: Debian, Windows, issues to hardware or software I’m related to, politics and hobbies.
Below is a list of projects I created or particpated in.
Related projects and project work
Debichem is a team effort to package and maintain chemistry-related packages in Debian GNU/Linux. It was founded by Michael Banck in 2005/2006. Until then packages usually had been maintained by a single person or a small group and packaging files had been stored locally. With the availability of the Alioth service a platform had been created, which introduced the concept of team maintenance to everyone invloved in Debian by providing
bluefishis an open source editor. It was originally designed as an HTML editor for Linux systems. I started participating in this project in around 2005 with some basic autotools related stuff for upstream and also with my first packaging attempts for the Debian Linux distribution. I became the official Debian package maintainer even in the . Since then my upstream related tasks within this project were:
bde-lockis a simple Windows installer hosted on GitHub, which creates a drive context menu entry
Bitlocker Lock Driveto lock an unlocked BitLocker encrypted drive without the need to restart the Windows system. If an encrypted drive is (automatically or manually) unlocked during Windows startup or operation, there is no drive context menu entry to lock it again. To do this, one can run either
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