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👋 Hi there! I'm Pavel, and I sometimes write software, but I can do rather a lot of other things with computers as well.

🤔 I'm generally interested in improving the way we learn and organize our private information; and a firm believer that programming is going to be the new literacy, but programming languages won't be a major part of that transition — we're not even remotely at the limit of what 📄 GUIs can do (🎬 this guy has explained some of the problems really well, but that's just a tip of the iceberg).

🔭 I'm not actively working on anything open-source right now; my latest jam is self-hosting for most of my personal information (aka "getting off the cloud") and my smart home powered by the wonderful 🏠 Home Assistant and a whole bunch of diverse hardware. Once I sort that out, I'm hoping to start condensing my knowledge into a more reusable form (e. g. Metacademy looks promising); I have previously tried, among other things, writing a blog and answering on Stack Overflow, but none of that seemed good enough.

📫 I keep my up-to-date contact details over on 🌍 my website. Feel free to get in touch by any means specified there!

🇷🇺 Не говорите по-английски?

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  1. My public notebook for arbitrary notes that may or may not be useful to others

    HTML

  2. Personal website

    SCSS 5 2

  3. A concept of a federated skilltree for tracking skills: for self-assessment, self-improvement, skillset representation and exchange

    7

  4. Build a simple page that can be cached for offline access with this simple Jekyll template

    JavaScript

  5. "Visual novel" (or more like text adventure game) from GeekParty 4, recreated with Jekyll

    CSS 10 12

  6. Offline-friendly cheatsheet of logical fallacies

    HTML 1

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Contributed to D-side/digital-garden, D-side/fallacies, D-side/D-side and 5 other repositories

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May 2021

8 contributions in private repositories May 5 – May 12

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