Here are a few ways to contact me. Note that I follow the Croker’s Rules, so feel free to speak up!
Here’s my e-mail, encrypted with a very secure algorithm:
If you can’t decrypt this, feel free to leave a comment anywhere with your e-mail address and I’ll get back to you.
Comments on this blog are powered by isso. Here are a few things you need to know:
- Your comments are stored (hopefully safely) on my server. I make regular backups.
- When you leave a comment, you have the choice to fill the ‘e-mail’ field. I won’t share it with anyone, and I’ll use it to contact you directly if needed. But please note that you won’t get automatic notifications by mail.
- After you submit your comment, you’ll have 15 minutes to edit or delete it (If you are wondering, this works with a secret token stored in a cookie).
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At the top of each article, you’ll find a link allowing you to suggest an edit on Github. This is what works best for me, but you are free to use any method that works best for you. I’m always grateful when attentive readers allow me to improve my work!
I have a Mastodon account:
I also have a twitter account at @d_merej
You can also find me on freenode, my nick there is
Here’s my GitHub account.
Among other projects, you can find the sources of this blog.
I cross-post most of my blog posts to dev.to. You can reach me there if you like.
Finally, I have a keybase.io account. You’ll find my public GPG keys and their proof of ownership there.