I am Johannes Findeisen, born in December 1979 in Lugala (Tanzania).
I work as Linux System Administrator and Software Developer since the year 2002. My favorite operating system is Linux. In my youth I played around with Atari ST - I still own 3 of them and love them - and Commodore Amiga computers.
My favorite programming languages are C and Python but I am familiar with PHP, JAVA, Lua, Ruby etc. too. My daily tasks are mostly done using a Shell interpreter like Bash or Zsh. In my job I also used Ksh as Shell because it is very portable to other UNIX operating systems like AIX. Personally I prefer the Zsh Shell. For me a programming language is more a tool than some magic stuff, so when I need to learn a new language for a project it is always fun to do. I prefer procedural programming and sometimes some object oriented coding.
Personally I prefer Alpine, Gentoo and Artix Linux. Alpine and Gentoo for servers and Artix for the desktop. Since companies prefer Debian, Ubuntu, CentOS/RHEL (Redhat) and SLES (SuSE) I am very familiar with these Linux distributions because of my Job. My ideology is to build the most simple solutions as possible but nowadays things are getting very complex and it is hard to resist against all this new stuff.
In my spare time I like biking, fishing, making electronic music and building electronics stuff using microcontroller boards.
I love the nature.
I love Free Software.
I love simple written code (KISS), so I try to do so as well.
You will not find me on Facebook!
The logo of this homepage was created at that time I registered hanez.org in late 2000. It was my brother Jakob who took some files from the web and merged them! :) Thank you, Jakob!
This website is built using Jekyll, a simple, blog-aware, static site generator.
This website runs using the webserver lighttpd.
This website is making use of Fork Awesome, a fork of the iconic font and CSS toolkit.
This website is making use of Lity, a ultra-lightweight, accessible and responsive lightbox.
My servers are running the following software:
- Alpine Linux is a secure, lightweight Linux distribution based on musl libc and busybox.
- Artix Linux is Linux distribution based on Arch Linux but systemd-free.
- Bogofilter is a mail filter for filtering SPAM mails.
- daemontools is a collection of tools for managing UNIX services.
- djbdns is a DNS implementation.
- Docker is a platform to deliver software in packages called containers.
- Dovecot is an open source IMAP and POP3 email server for Linux/UNIX-like systems.
- ezmlm-idx is a tool for mailinglist management.
- Gentoo Linux is a flexible, source-based Linux distribution.
- Git is a free and open source distributed version control system.
- lighttpd is a webserver designed and optimized for high performance environments.
- MariaDB is one of the most popular database servers in the world.
- nginx is a web server, reverse proxy, load balancer, mail proxy and HTTP cache.
- OpenLDAP is an open source implementation of the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol.
- OpenSSH is the premier connectivity tool for remote login with the SSH protocol.
- OpenVPN is Open Source VPN.
- Postfix is a free and open-source mail transfer agent (MTA).
- Prosody is a modern XMPP communication server.
- qmail is a mail transfer agent (MTA) that runs on Unix.
- Radicale is a Free and Open-Source CalDAV and CardDAV Server.
- Rspamd is a Fast, free and open-source spam filtering system.
- ucspi-tcp includes command-line tools for building TCP client/server applications.
- Unbound is a validating, recursive, caching DNS resolver.
- VPopMail provides a way to manage virtual e-mail domains.
This server is hosted at netcup. Very awesome hosting and support!
I am running mirrors for the following FOSS projects:
- Alpine Linux at https://alpine.unixpeople.org (unofficial; only "latest" and "edge"; only x86_64;)
- Arch Linux at https://arch.unixpeople.org (official)
- Archstrike Linux at https://archstrike.unixpeople.org (official)
- Artix Linux at https://artix.unixpeople.org (official)
- BlackArch Linux at https://blackarch.unixpeople.org (official)
- F-Droid at https://fdroid.unixpeople.org (unofficial)