This is my personal website, with no commercial intent and purpose. It reports on my activities, results, and experiences in the area of programming with Oberon and the Embedded Oberon system, running on custom RISC5 processor implemented with FPGAs. That’s it.
You can contact me via e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. No, I don’t have either a Twitter nor Facebook account. I value my peace of mind.
The menus at the top are drop-downs, where applicable, but you can also click on the menu item itself to get an overview page. The item on the top left-hand side is the home link.
On narrow mobile phone screens, the main menu itself is a drop-down, with no secondary drop-down from there. This would be awkward. Navigate via the overview pages in this case.
The single posts have little arrow-heads to the left and right that allow you to jump to the next or previous post, respectively. If the screen, or window, is too narrow, the arrow-heads appear near the bottom.
The latest posts are accessible as RSS feed via
Everything from desktop computers with large screens to laptops to tablets and mobile phones should present the contents somewhat decent and navigable.
The site gets tested on recent browsers, namely Safari, Chrome, Firefox, and Edge, on macOS, Windows, and iOS. I don’t have access to Android or Linux desktop systems, sorry.
No special efforts are put into supporting ancient browsers. Upgrade. It’s in your best interest anyway, from a security point of view.
- changing the theme
- displaying images full screen
- displaying multiple images as left-right scrollable gallery
If you don’t understand what the following paragraph means, you’re fine. Enjoy.
This site uses static files only, and all accessible pages are publicly listed in the sitemap.xml file. If you simply read or crawl this site accordingly, all will be fine. I am very strict regarding attempts to access content otherwise, as there’s simply no need for that. If you repeatedly
POST to this site, or try to access a script resource such as a
.php file, you will be banned for some hours. If you attempt to connect using other protocols than HTTP, you’ll be banned as well. If you’re banned several times, the monitoring mechanics will start to ban you for days.
See the Licences section for the terms and conditions that apply to the Oberon and Verilog code on, or referred to, from this site.
Your privacy is impor… stop the BS. Let me not, as most websites, state that your privacy is important, to then outline on page after page how I undermine it.
Let me just tell you what I do, without weaselly wording.
I don’t use any third party analysis and tracking service. I have decided that I neither need nor want it. Hence, this site does not use any cookies at all, and does not store any personalised data.
Your visits will be recorded in the usual server log files. I use goaccess to analyse the server logs for technical problems, misuse, and attacks.
The site contents consists completely of static files, without any server-side processing. The contents files are generated with Hugo on my Mac and uploaded to a Linux server at Linode. This server is 100% under my control, log files and all.