- tools.nafn.de - Pet-Platform for custom tools which suit my needs. Built using Elixir.
- reisen.nafn.de - German blog to write about experiences while traveling
- somar.nafn.de - Social Media Archive - My social media posts backed up in a dedicated static site. Posts are in German and English. Page size is about 10MB.
Not so public services
- img.nafn.de - A Lychee instance to share images with family and friends
- lb.nafn.de - A Livebook instance to learn and experiment with elixir in the browser <3
- b.nafn.de - A Kanboard instance to manage myself
- s.nafn.de - An Uptime Kuma instance with a public status page to get notified if one of these services is not running anymore
clamav-rest (2019 - ongoing)
Technologies: Python, Docker, Github Actions
Some time ago I started a tiny side project which allows you to scan for viruses via an API. The project was used in at a company I worked for in their SaaS product to scan user-uploaded files for viruses.
I still maintain it whenever it is necessary. The project is very small but the work around it to keep it maintained taught me a lot of respect for open source maintainers.
Ansible roles for FreeBSD (2022 - ongoing)
Technologies: Ansible, YAML, FreeBSD
Most - if not all - of the services I host are managed using ansible. I don’t particularly like ansible but it is boring and does the job.
University - Simulation of the Future (2015)
For a cross functional course called “Simulation der Zukunft” we had to create a simulation that depicts the movement of the sun and the shadow it casts on buildings. We did so by making use of three.js.
Our team consisted of two computer science students and two mechanial engineering students.
The project is still reachable: https://nafn.de/simdezuk/
Open Source contributions
Besides the usual quick Pull Request to fix a spelling error I contributet some things that I’m rather proud of. Either because they’re on a prominent project or because it is for something that I have not too much knowledge of but still was able to do some work.
Add precompiled NIFs for FreeBSD (2023)
Technologies: Elixir, FreeBSD
Pull request: github.com/elixir-explorer/explorer/pull/618
The change to fix this only touched three lines but it took me about 9 commits to get there. :) The elixir community was very helpful.
Testing live views with chromedriver fails on GitHub actions (2023)
Technologies: Elixir, GitHub actions
After working on a tiny open source project for years I’m somewhat aware of the amount of work it takes to create a project in public. So, when I interact with people who do this work for all of us, I try to be respectful and make their lives as easy as possible.
At one point I ran into an issue (which was my fault) with Wallaby which is Elixir based and does: “Concurrent browser tests for your Elixir web apps”.
I tried to make sure that the issue takes away as little time as possible of their time but … should’ve just read the readme instead . :)
Add GitHub actions to run Continous Integration tests to chessboard.js (2023)
Pull request: github.com/oakmac/chessboard2/pull/42
While working on a chess based phoenix live
view app I came across
the chessboard.js library and an
issue where the maintainer
help-wanted tag. Since I often work with GitHub Actions, I figured I
could help here.
Add documentation on lab.uberspace.de (2018 - 2019)