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Hi there 👋

🔭 I’m currently working on:

  • Retrospring, a social Q/A platform
  • PangyaTools, a toolset to keep defunct versions of the game Pangya alive
  • DeckHack, a community of TweetDeck enthusiasts and extension developers
  • ...and many, many more things. If I don't build something, I take something apart!

📫 How to reach me:

🎮 I enjoy playing games (and taking them apart), especially including 🎵

❤️ I'm looking for sponsors to keep my projects maintained and operational


  1. surfbird Public

    A Microblogging client built on Electron and Vue

    JavaScript 321 59

  2. Q/A based social network

    Ruby 58 15

  3. A browser extension to improve TweetDeck with a lot of features

    TypeScript 679 85

  4. The most advanced, yet intuitive, grid system available for Sass or Stylus

    CSS 3k 258

  5. A Google-free YouTube subscription management interface

    Vue 28 6

  6. 🎁 Taking apart webpackJsonp

    TypeScript 78 21

358 contributions in the last year

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Activity overview
Contributed to pixeldesu/omochikaerii, Retrospring/retrospring, bildpunkt/fallalery and 5 other repositories

Contribution activity

September 2021

Created 1 repository

Created a pull request in Michcioperz/path-of-anilist-resistance-unofficial that received 3 comments

Add UI

+3,754 −49 3 comments
Opened 1 other pull request in 1 repository
Reviewed 1 pull request in 1 repository
Retrospring/retrospring 1 pull request
Opened 1 issue in 1 repository
Retrospring/retrospring 1 open

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