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Hi there 👋

As using a single one-purpose github account for work and private was causing too much input in the wrong timeframes, I decided to split up my account into multiple:

  • My fliphess account (this one), that will only be held for historic purposes, but which I don't frequently use anymore.
  • My summerflip account which I will use for hobby stuff where the sun is always shining: home automation and other private, non-work-related projects.
  • Work accounts on which I will receive the whole shebang of linux, security, kubernetes and other work-related notifications and all the like.

This is so I don't get all the work related notifications on my private github account when coding and searching github as a way to relax during weekends.

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Contributed to flapperdeflipper/addons, basnijholt/addon-otmonitor, fliphess/json2mqtt and 5 other repositories

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