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Hi there 👋

I'm Mark (he/him). I work as a customer-facing software engineer and tinker with tech in my free time. I'm a big fan of OSS, TypeScript, Docker, home automation and self hosting. I tend to aggressively (over)-use containerisation and orchestration everywhere - if it's not in Compose, Ansible or Git, it's not real.

Things I Publish / Maintain

🐳 = Docker image; 🌐 = web app; 🛠️ = library; 🚀 = other things

🐳 borg-prometheus-collector Prometheus collector for Borg backup repositories
🐳 iperf-prometheus-collector Prometheus collector for monitoring network throughput via iperf3
🐳 speedtest-prometheus-collector Prometheus collector for tests
🐳 darwin-to-mqtt Util for publishing National Rail train departures to MQTT
🐳 speedtest-to-mqtt Util for tracking results and publishing them to MQTT
🐳 cloudflare-dns-updater Util for updating Cloudflare DNS records to point at your current IP
🌐 🐳 atlas Super-simple "where I've been in the world" tracker web app
🛠️ @dragonlabs/redux-cache-key-util Lightweight util for validating inter-dependent cache entries
🛠️ @dragonlabs/eslint-config Opinionated and fairly minimal ESLint config
🚀 Android FAB Android floating action button + speed-dial menu UI component


  1. android-fab Public

    Floating action button (FAB) for Android with speed-dial menu functionality

    Kotlin 196 26

  2. TypeScript

  3. Publish National Rail departures to MQTT


  4. Monitor results and publish them to MQTT


362 contributions in the last year

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Contribution activity

August 2022

Opened 1 pull request in 1 repository
markormesher/borg-prometheus-collector 1 merged

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